Think, Apply, Observe, Reflect.



Dynamic Learning is the act of gaining internal and external reflection on the observed application of knowledge. The Dynamic Learning Theory best explains how adults learn because it cultivates, builds upon, and reshapes knowledge and past experience rather than replicating it.

Unlike traditional learning, where the bulk of the resources are focused on the training event itself, the Dynamic Learning approach puts heavy emphasis on self-directed learning, real-world application of knowledge, and reflection by a certified mentor. This results in far better learning outcomes than a traditional seminar. Best of all, the skills can be immediately applied by individuals and teams within the business, creating long term behavioral change, rather than short term knowledge transfer.


The Bionic Learning Model, developed by Leigh Teece and Kurt Friedmann, evolved over the collective 50 years of their professional lives, which have focused on education, finance, innovation and corporate development.


Intuit, reflect, incubate ... artifact creation.