Hello World and Welcome

March 9, 2009 at 10:06 pm Leave a comment

After requests that I start my own blog, here it is! Join me as I travel the world gathering a wealth of knowledge from friends and customers as they share with me assessment practices, evolving uses of Questionmark’s technologies and adaptations triggered by the changes occurring in our complex world.

As CEO of Questionmark I am passionate about the world of assessment and learning, and believe that asking the right question to key to discovering how to improve at an individual, group, organization and community level.  By asking the right question we can gather information, feedback and data to gain an insight into possible and desired directions and outcomes.  Just as we expect our doctor to ask us questions and then diagnose and prescribe something meaningful our  assessments should allow for the same.  Just as blood test results provide our doctor with key information to provide an effective diagnosis our tests, quizzes, exams and surveys should do the same.

So what can you expect from this blog?

Frequent updates from the far corners of the world, my observations, perspectives and some insight as I get to pick the brains of some very bright and talented people … who knows what else might fill these pages; this is a changing medium, and I’m sure this blog will morph organically with time.

Without learning I am lost – so please leave comments to help me understand what helps and what hinders you!  Thank you and enjoy the blog!


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