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Notes from 2004

Harold Jarche

I’ve gone through my 2004 posts, which was my first year of full-time blogging on this site, and here is what still remains interesting. Note that in 2004, blogging was not mainstream yet. In 2004, I posted for the first time, “Learning is business, and business is learning – finally.&#. I am a human being.&#.

Feedburning like it's 2004

David Weinberger

The post Feedburning like it's 2004 appeared first on Joho the Blog Oddly, I’m trying out the Feedburner service that lets you subscribe to this blog and have new posts emailed to you once a day. The real point of this post is to see whether I’ve set it up correctly.

Whose Connectivism?

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I would like to make just one point, that it is not "Siemen's 'Connectivism,'" that he gave a name to a theory and approach a number of us had been working on for some time. I don't mind saying I borrow the name from him, but I would certainly say this is as much my theory (and that of numerous other people) as it is his.

the core competency for network era work

Harold Jarche

My conclusions in 2004 remain today: My conclusion for a while has been that knowledge cannot be managed, and neither can knowledge workers.

An Amazing Story About a Certified Asshole on This American Life.

Bob Sutton

As regular readers of Work Matters know, since I published The No Asshole Rule in 2007 (or really, since I published a short essay on the rule  in Harvard Business Review in 2004) I have since been deluged with stories about certified assholes of every stripe. Bob Sutton. Book Me For A Speech. Brightsight Group. Search. Again? Sutton.

PKM Workshop 2013

Harold Jarche

My own journey with personal knowledge management began in 2004. Or you could take a workshop to kick-start your learning.

PKM 89

Dear Adobe, Please buy Flickr

Doc Searls

This photo of Utah is the dozens of thousands I’ve put on Flickr. Since then it’s had ups and downs. Me too. I volunteer Adobe.

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Preparing your workforce for tomorrow

Harold Jarche

I created a performance improvement toolbox when I started this blog in 2004, and have kept adding to it over the years.

are you prepared?

Harold Jarche

One of the reasons I started working on PKM, in 2004, was to stay current in my profession. This in turn changes the existing social contract.

Shared thoughts

Harold Jarche

Tweet Over the years I’ve written a fair number of words on this blog, starting in 2004. You might think of it as a visual business card.

adapting to perpetual beta e-book

Harold Jarche

All of the ideas discussed here have been explored initially on my blog, established in 2004. Table of Contents. THE INTELLIGENT ENTERPRISE.

mediated relatedness

Harold Jarche

I gave a presentation on ‘Understanding Media for Learner Engagement’ to the UNL Extension network yesterday. It is political.

Please tell me about your PKM

Harold Jarche

Jon and his wirearchy framework have been an integral part of my views on the network era workplace since 2004. With whom do you learn?

PKM 125

a half-baked idea

Harold Jarche

You will develop half-baked ideas that might turn into lines of business, like PKM did for me, which I originally wrote about in 2004.

PKM 39

SWITCH festival shows the power and potential of cross-industry collaboration

Ross Dawson

I first met Mark Zawacki when I did the opening keynote at the ANZA Technology Conference in Silicon Valley in 2004, and Mark was also a speaker at the event. Mark has since founded the highly-regarded corporate accelerator 650Labs , which helps leading global corporates to drive innovation.

Purpose: The Word of 2016

Dan Pontefract

Joseph Campbell, Pathways to Bliss, 2004. Several years ago I started an annual writing tradition that continues to this day. Purpose.

Learning Styles, ha, ha, ha, ha

Jay Cross

I wrote this post in Thursday, December 08, 2005, but I’m reposting it here because some people still have not got the message. Just Jay

Organizations, work, and learning

Harold Jarche

They cover the main themes of organizations, work, and learning, that I have been discussing on this blog since 2004. Management in networks.

The invisible change in the news

David Weinberger

The fact that in 2014 it seems old hat is the proof that in 2004 Dan’s vision was acute. The first chapter of Dan Gillmor ‘s 2005 book, We the Media [ pdf ], is a terrific, brief history of journalism from the US Colonial era up through Sept. And in 2014 it has a different lesson to teach us as well.

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Introducing Findings

Steven Berlin Johnson

I wrote a little lovesong to Devonthink for the New York Times Book Review in 2004.) A blog post I had written about Devonthink in 2004 had included this little riff: The other thing that would be fascinating would be to open up these personal libraries to the external world. Oh, the irony.) It’s a social commonplace book.

eBook 104

Kevin Wheeler: How Gen Y Learns

Jay Cross

Kevin started FOTI in 2004 out of his passionate belief that organizations need a more powerful and thoughtful architecture for talent than they have.

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: GIO 3.0 - The 2007 Global Innovation Outlook

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

with back-to-back meetings in New York City, one of which I was the host for. and GIO 2.0. But where do the problems come from in the first place?

Google+ and the Unsettled World of Social Media

Andy McAfee

Like apparently all other tech geeks, I’ve been playing with Google Plus for the past week. Visual Guide to Circles in Google+ by @ross.

Reflections on the early days of social networking as LinkedIn reaches 100 million users

Ross Dawson

From there, Friendster was founded in 2002, LinkedIn and MySpace in 2003, and Facebook in 2004. In February 2004, the same month that Facebook launched, I gave a presentation on The Rise of Social Networking Technologies (incidentally the second presentation ever at the Innovation Bay network). Some have flourished. Enterprise 2.0

Analysis and Support of MOOCs

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

My contributions to the Network Learning 'Hot Seat' addressing the question, "How do we analyse and support the networked interactions of thousands of people learning together?" View the whole discussion here. # # # These are two very different questions and I'm not sure it's useful (or even appropriate) to ask them together. Gibson. No it isn't.

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: Some Thoughts on Multidisciplinary Innovation

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

» November 12, 2007 Some Thoughts on Multidisciplinary Innovation The 2004 US National Innovation Initiative succinctly pointed out that "[Innovation] is multidisciplinary and technologically complex. It arises from the intersections of different fields or spheres of activity." This is not surprising. Why is it so difficult?

70:20:10 - Beyond the Blend

Charles Jennings

Diagram from Heinze & Proctor ‘Reflections on the Use of Blended Learning’ (2004). University of Salford, UK. Work is becoming more complex.

Activate your knowledge

Harold Jarche

PKM is much more than processing information. It’s about ideas, conversations and especially relationships. Passion at Work, page 11].

Harold Jarche » Big Consulting Companies Jumping on Bandwagon 2.0

Harold Jarche

Home About Consulting Contact Key Posts Clients Toolbox Français Harold Jarche Entries RSS | Comments RSS Subscribe by e-mail Twitter Faves planetrussell: "Globalization creates interlocking fragility, while giving the appearance of stability." " —Nassim Nicholas Taleb, PhD. technology ? The game is afoot! The upstart [.]

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I Learned A Lot At My First-Ever F Up Nights

Dan Pontefract

” In 2004, Clayton was COO of a web development shop called Mercurial Communications. Don’t shoot the messenger! Todd Dunlop.

PKM: The Book

Harold Jarche

I have been writing about personal knowledge management on this blog since 2004. PKM helps individuals, organizations, and society.

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Business or Pleasure? - why not both: Larry's magic numbers - bite.

Martijn Linssen

from 2004 to 2009 SAP revenue grew 42.7% from 2004 to 2009 Oracle revenue grew 128.4% over 2004 to 2009 SAP has an average profit% of 25.7%

The Giant Zero

Doc Searls

Way back in 2004, I asked him to draw me the Internet, and that’s what he did. Many years ago, Craig Burton shared the best metaphor for the Internet that I have ever heard, or seen in my head. He called it hollow sphere: a giant three-dimensional zero. And at no cost. We are not going to un-discover it. Hopefully for the better.

Seven years and still independent

Harold Jarche

When I started (19 Feb 2004), the term blog was not exactly mainstream and one media “guru&# said blogs were on their way out.

Is Design Thinking the “New Liberal Arts”?

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Design thinking has become an increasingly popular topic of discussion over the past decade. Let me explain. the credit card, iTunes, etc.).

How technology is transforming events

Ross Dawson

I actually did a keynote at the Meetings Industry Association conference in 2004, in which I both spoke about and demonstrated technologies and facilitation structures that will create the future of events, however it looks like I didn’t write anything up from that. Before events: - Connecting with speakers and others attendees.

Enterprise 2.0 and Social Business are Hollow Shells without Democracy

Harold Jarche

Thomas Malone, in The Future of Work (2004) envisaged four potential organizational models for the network era: Loose hierarchies.

Thanks for the code

Harold Jarche

My self-hosted blog started in 2004 using the Drupal CMS and I later switched to WordPress , which made it much easier to manage. Technology

An Irish Wake for the PC

Andy McAfee

His post points out that in 2004, the year before IBM sold its PC business to Lenovo, the company’s pre-tax income margin was 11.1%.

Social networks and engineering serendipity in the workplace

Ross Dawson

After introducing what Yahoo! The University of Chicago sociologist Ronald S. Burt calls these organizational gaps “structural holes.”