Harold Jarche

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beta conversation 2016-11-22

Harold Jarche

I will be hosting the next Working in Perpetual Beta webinar on Tuesday, 22 November at 16:00 GMT/UTC (08:00 Pacific, 11:00 Eastern, 17:00 CET).

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taking back our society

Harold Jarche

The greater. Read more » Communities Work

countering fascist thinking

Harold Jarche

Jason Kottke reviewed an article by the philosopher Umberto Eco and summarized it as 14 features of eternal fascism. Read more » Democracy

beta conversation 2016-12-14

Harold Jarche

The subject will be connected leadership, Read more » Beta Conversations

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the neo-generalist

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A neo-generalist is somewhere between a polymath and a hyperspecialist. If you just read all the books they mention, you would be much the wiser.

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working in perpetual beta

Harold Jarche

Working in Perpetual Beta is the latest volume in the perpetual beta series. This is not a recipe book. As a student of history, I doubt these claims.

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implementing network learning

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In the network era , developing the skills of a master artisan in every field of work will be critical for success. Experience. Ideas. Opinions. Value.

learn like a gamer

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Learning is the new literacy. Personal computers are just one example. We buy new ones every few years. Operating systems change. How do gamers learn?

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the problem is to know what questions to ask

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What will become of them? What do you mean you have no idea? That’s your job! Almost everything is changing, except human behaviour.

deliberate practice

Harold Jarche

The key to developing expertise is deliberate practice. Practice & Development of Expertise: Part 1 – Part 2 – Part 3.

tensions of modern learning

Harold Jarche

Clark Quinn , my Internet Time Alliance colleague, has presented a quick view of old and new ways to address organizational learning engineering.

social media: an unrealized opportunity

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“The difference between a community and a network is that you belong to a community, but a network belongs to you. You feel in control.

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social learning for complex work

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“Carnegie Mellon’s Robert E. 1997: 15-20%. 2006: 8-10% estimated. What you find when you look something up is probably current.

imagining open collaboration

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At work and in school we are pretty good at creating documentation to share explicit knowledge. It means learning and working at the same time.

thinking critically

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Critical thinking can be looked at as four main activities: Observing and studying our fields. Participating in professional communities.

human networks connect through empathy

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We are only as good as our networks. Our decisions reflect the diversity of our networks. How do we understand the complexity of social networks?

connected curiosity

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Some people seem to be naturally curious. Others work at it, while some just lack interest in learning. You can notice this when traveling.

learning from the peloton

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“The peloton is the main group or pack of riders in a road bicycle race. Riders in a group save energy by riding near other riders.

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we are the experts

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If work is learning, and learning is the work, why do we need experts responsible for managing it? Do we need learning experts in the network era?

complexity and social learning

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As we transition from a market to a network economy, complexity will increase due to our hyper-connectedness.

automation is coming to a job near you

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Just as farmhands were replaced by machines 100 years ago, so too will knowledge workers be replaced by networked computers in the next few decades.

a note to business ‘leaders’

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Would you still be a leader if you lost your positional authority? How would you know? It’s the sum of many small interactions. Leadership

connected leadership is smarter

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Creating a more diverse workplace. Read more » Leadership

it’s not a skills gap

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The lack of skills is not the main problem facing most organizations today, in spite of what many managers and executives might say. Researchers Dave Swenson and Liesl Eathington identified several factors contributing to hiring challenges, but a widespread lack of skilled workers was not one them … The Iowa researchers’ conclusion?

strategic transformation of workplace learning

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Strategic transformation is more than changing what you work on. “Strategic Transformation. ” – Jane Hart. 20%: Exposure.

story skepticism

Harold Jarche

I have been thinking about storytelling lately as a lot of people are talking about it as essential for business, leadership, and whatever ails you.

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the core competency for network era work

Harold Jarche

I developed the personal knowledge mastery ( PKM ) framework of Seek > Sense > Share from a need to stay current as a working professional.

connecting cooperation and collaboration

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reliance on others to do the work. we all contribute our own work. This shows the underlying problem with collaboration. Image: Amy Burvall.

network leadership = adapting to perpetual beta

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Even five years ago it was not the norm to work at a distance. Employers wanted to keep workers on-site when it made no sense. ” — Charles H.

learning in the network era

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This week I am reviewing my posts from 2015 and putting some of the core ideas together. Remember that great teacher who inspired you? enough training.

principles and models for the network era

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The End of the Market Era. But the age of oil is ending, and markets are being replaced by networks as the dominant organizing model.

cooperation makes us human

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Automation of procedural  work is accelerating. At the same time, access to real-time data is making individuals more powerful, and managers obsolete.

the future of human work

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People can never be better at computing than computers. We cannot become more efficient than machines. Accidents will diminish with self-driving cars.

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leadership is learning

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In an era of ubiquitous connectivity, leadership at all levels and all sectors must be about promoting learning. Consider the case of young children.

from knowledge worker to master artisan

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A Foundation for Modern Work. This approach has been used in several organizations. Machines can analyze but only humans can feel.  PKMastery

rewiring work

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“Machines that learn (limited AGI) will obsolete ‘jobs’ FASTER than entrepreneurs can make them and people can retrain to fill them.”

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a workable future

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full report PDF ). Combine the best of investor-owned and commons-based platform models. Solve for both transparency and privacy.

self-organization is the future

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Central planning and hierarchical decision-making are just too slow and ineffective, especially for complex situations involving lots of people.

practice, creativity, and insight

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Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. call these Friday’s Finds. Friday's Finds

bring your own network

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The day when a single person can work alone, without any help from others, is fast disappearing. About five years. Read more » PKMastery

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