Welcome to my blog.
I have a lot of things on my mind, and I’d like to share them with you. Hopefully you’ll find something interesting and useful, even discuss. If you have something in mind to discuss, PLEASE LET ME KNOW! The best approach to problem solving is talking them through with others, trying stuff out, discuss some more, and move on to the next.
I’m a designer at heart. I long to innovate and find creative solutions to problems, this is what I do, what I am passionate about.
I see solutions as a balancing act between function-aesthetics-experience and business-performance-happiness goals. I approach projects not only from working on the solution but also how the solution is worked on.
I’ve been drawn to many different fields of practice, each providing me a venue to explore, investigate, think, design, innovate and produce. I’ve played many roles and lived many experiences. This has allowed me to learn, develop and fine tune my skills, build relationships, help and learn from many people with diverse expertise and skill sets, help clients with different needs and challenges to solve.
All this allows me to connect the dots. See links across boundaries, connect people with people and people with solutions. I have an innate understanding of the various roles, figuring out what and who are needed, get the right people involved, get them to work together, and make it happen.
Let me help you get it done.
Until I have the time to transfer everything here, take a look at my personal exhibit space to get a glimpse of stuff I’ve done… And if you understand French, you can take a look at some of my interviews…
The first ever, at the beginning of my career in… 1973, while I was developing computer-based training in anatomy at the Faculty of Dentistry of the University of Montreal.
Several years later for “Careers in Educational Technology” at TELUQ, the distance education University of the Université du Québec.
Finally, I was interviewed again at the TELUQ, this time for the TED6375 Course on Project Management of Educational Technology projects (please note I did a tight radio cut to shorten it…).