What happened to learning from games?

Consider these words of wisdom from a recent edition of Forbes magazine.

“Like most educated people, Michael Travis, an executive search consultant, knows how to conjugate a verb.

“That’s why he cringes when his colleagues use the word ‘learning’ as a noun. As in: ‘I had a critical learning from that project,’ or ‘We documented the team’s learnings.’ Whatever happened to simply saying: ‘I learned a lesson from that project?’

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