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Failure - learning or leavening?

Jeffrey Phillips

Most learning is based on trying and failing and having the willingness to try again and to learn. Without failure, the individual or the company is not trying hard enough and certainly isn't learning. It took people who were willing to try, to learn, to adapt and who weren't bound by the existing norms to make the idea work.

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Because it is currently being challenged by poor sales performance, it has bunkered down and frozen any change initiatives, learning programs or new projects until mid-2025. The company she works for is acknowledged as an entrepreneurial industry leader.


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Learning How to Learn

Rmukesh Gupta

We live in a world which is constantly changing and if we really want to stay relevant, we need to find a way to learn new things (technology, process, business models, behaviours, skills, etc) all the time. So, it pays to get better at learning or get better at learning how we learn. Some of us learn better by reading.

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Learned Helplessness in creativity

Idea to Value

It all has to do with a psychological condition known as learned helplessness. This is the condition where is someone (human or also animal) is put through a negative situation which they cannot control for so long, that they learn there is no point in fighting it anymore, even if later on they are shown a way to stop the negative effects.

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How Automation is Driving Efficiency Through the Last Mile of Reporting

Speaker: Jamie Eagan

Leveraging automation for efficiency and accuracy: Learn how automation tools and technologies can streamline repetitive tasks, reduce manual errors, and free up valuable resources for more strategic initiatives. 📅 April 24, 2024 at 11:00 am PT, 2:00 pm ET, 7:00 pm GMT

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4 Things I’ve Learned About Ideas

Digital Tonto

The post 4 Things I’ve Learned About Ideas first appeared on Digital Tonto. Ideas must combine and recombine so that they can memetically evolve. For our ideas to succeed, we need to serve them well. As Daniel Dennett put it, ““A scholar is just a library’s way of making another library.”

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Learning by Doing: Embracing Experiential Learning


Drawing inspiration from David Kolb’s ideas on experiential learning, we introduce our innovative approach called “Learning by doing” Traditional training programs often involve significant investments of time and money, yet they may not always deliver the desired outcomes. Happy Learning to everyone!

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LLMs in Production: Tooling, Process, and Team Structure

Speaker: Dr. Greg Loughnane and Chris Alexiuk

They're often developing using prompting, Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG), and fine-tuning (up to and including Reinforcement Learning with Human Feedback (RLHF)), typically in that order.

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Peak Performance: Continuous Testing & Evaluation of LLM-Based Applications

Speaker: Aarushi Kansal, AI Leader & Author and Tony Karrer, Founder & CTO at Aggregage

In this webinar, you will learn: How to effectively evaluate LLM powered apps 📊 How to set up a CI pipeline for an LLM app 🚀 Strategies to improve LLM apps over time 🌐 Don't miss this exclusive session! These strategies are critical to ensure reliability and efficacy in real-world applications.

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LLMOps for Your Data: Best Practices to Ensure Safety, Quality, and Cost

Speaker: Shreya Rajpal, Co-Founder and CEO at Guardrails AI & Travis Addair, Co-Founder and CTO at Predibase

Putting the right LLMOps process in place today will pay dividends tomorrow, enabling you to leverage the part of AI that constitutes your IP – your data – to build a defensible AI strategy for the future.

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Embedded Analytics: A Force Multiplier for Business

You’ll Learn: How businesses drive revenue with analytics How organizations save on development costs and resources How embedded analytics compares to traditional BI platforms and similar tools Download this white paper and learn how embedded analytics is a force multiplier for business across many industries.

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The Essential Guide to Analytic Applications

No matter where you are in your analytics journey, you will learn about emerging trends and gather best practices from product experts.

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The High Cost of a Bad Hire

Check out this infographic to learn how much these bad hires are costing you! 74% of organizations admit to making bad hires every year.

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How to Find and Test Assumptions in Product Development

Watch this webinar with Laura Klein, product manager and author of Build Better Products, to learn how to spot the unconscious assumptions which you’re basing decisions on and guidelines for validating (or invalidating) your ideas. You'll learn: Why every product leader goes into a new project with untested, hidden assumptions.

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Navigating the Product Tightrope: Balancing Innovation and Current User Demands

Speaker: Jason Brett - Founder & Chief Product Officer, Product Coffee

Through real-world examples and expert guidance, you will gain valuable insights into effectively managing the tension between innovation and current user demands, ultimately leading to the development of products that delight customers while driving business growth.