The prezi we used:
Full Module Description
The document we created to prepare the session is on gdocs. Use it if you want to understand the structure of the 4Cs that we used (see below for the book on Training from the Back of the Room).
Implications of my thinking on some established business concepts:
The original article by the Real Options evangelists Olav Maassen and Chris Matts. After five years, the thoughts as they’re phrased there (for instance the finance maths—RO as I use it is not about money and calculation at all, the “optimal decision process”—which I don’t think exists) can be misleading or even irritating (if you think that basing every decision on money earned is an unethical idea).
I started a new series on Real Options on this blog, starting here.
Lean Startup by Eric Ries gave us the term validated learning. Almost all the quotes from the concept part of the validated learning module are quotes from the chapter on Learning of this book. Highly recommended!
Training from the Back of the Room describes how to design a training using the 4Cs: Connection, Concept, Concrete Practice, Conclusions. If you liked the way we structured the training into modules and exercises, this book explains the why and how.