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Dan Cox

Dan is a marketing and sales veteran, with more than 35 years in the high-tech and education industries. He has worked for global enterprises like Hewlett-Packard and Sprint as well as small start-up opportunities, giving him a broad perspective of what works in hi-tech marketing. Dan’s experience as an entrepreneur and business owner emphasizes his operations and financial expertise in profitable business development. His successful hi-tech businesses enable him to share his keen insights and experience with other growing organizations. An experienced eLearning and corporate education professional and business executive, Dan is sought by companies for counsel in developing successful business and marketing models and strategic partnerships.
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What College Taught Us About Microlearning

Posted by Dan Cox on Jan 3, 2018 10:00:00 AM

Some of us come away from college wondering, “What did I really learn?”

Later in life, we came to understand that there we many lessons learned in college that we benefits us in many ways (and, I do not mean staying away from keggers.)

Unbeknownst to us college academians, we came to understand the value of micro-learning. It wasn’t called that when I went to college (yes, kids, they had college, pen and paper, even automobiles when I went to college). My son, who just graduated from law school practiced the same successful micro-learning activities that I did. What did he do. . . .?

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Topics: micro learning, microlearning, bite-sized learning, college, University

7 AM Start Time

Posted by Dan Cox on Dec 10, 2017 2:18:49 PM

“It’s your last couple days, Dan.”

“Yeah, it feels surreal, Bob. My first job . . . coming to an end. But, it’s for the best. Moving on to another opportunity that is better for my career.”

“Well, good luck with that Dan. Stay in touch and let me know if I can be of any assistance.”

Common dialogue that occurs every day in the workplace. The very dialogue that happened to me several decades before. Bob, the senior sales person in the firm I joined right out of college, was the star performer. He had been with the firm 6 years longer than me. Bob had done so well that the firm had recently made him a partner.

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Topics: micro learning, microlearning, employee development, focus, bite-sized learning, self-development, reflection