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Top 10 eLearning Predictions for 2010

Tony Karrer

If you are interested in this, I will be doing a Virtual Presentation – Ten eLearning Predictions for 2010 that will be closely aligned with this post.

Three Models of Knowledge Production

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

knowledge production as growth - on this view, data is like a raw material that serves as a nutrient or growth medium. Here's what I think.

Network Learning: Working Smarter

Harold Jarche

Teams and organizations that can share information faster and make better sense of it are more productive. In California, Ray Prock, Jr. Vimeo).

The Glass Box And The Commonplace Book

Steven Berlin Johnson

This is what happens when you search Google for the ostensible topic of our discussion tonight: “journalism.”. if in the space marked E. i.

SharePoint 2010: The New Employee Gateway?

Dan Pontefract

It’s quite amazing, in my opinion, considering the product is relatively archaic and institutionalized. SharePoint 2010 has better 2.0

Business or Pleasure? - why not both: Klout. Nail. Coffin. Who cares?

Martijn Linssen

Business or Pleasure? - why not both Home About Contact Thursday, 25 November 2010 Klout. Klouts product is bad. Coffin. Who cares?

Chief Learning Officer Job Description: Change Needed

Dan Pontefract

Learnerprise is the combination of Enterprise 2.0 and Learning 2.0 concepts. To me, the CLO needs to be renamed. Social Learning. TD Bank University.

2010-2020: The Great Divide

Martijn Linssen

PaaS your DTAP: Test, Acceptance and Pre-production systems have never come at a cheaper price. How can you keep it all together ? And people.

Learning is (still) conversation

Harold Jarche

Other top-rated methods include the use of (external) search engines; trial & error; informal on-the-job instruction; and professional reading.

Opening new common ground

Doc Searls

Search. What new paradigms for searching are being developed, especially in the context of all the topics above? It’s free.

Why I think @Klout is Krap

Martijn Linssen

So, it wasnt Philip - who, by the way, is Chief Product Officer at Klout I have had my share of issues with Klout here and here , and via email.

Passion and Wisdom

John Hagel

We need the productive friction that comes from bringing together passion and wisdom. People with passion are constantly searching for others who either share their passion or who can be helpful to them in their quest to achieve new levels of performance. Passion and wisdom. Youth and age.  want to challenge this belief. 

Business or Pleasure? - why not both: Microsoft and Cloud - they.

Martijn Linssen

Business or Pleasure? - why not both Home About Contact Tuesday, 21 December 2010 Microsoft and Cloud - they just dont get it, do they? Coffin.

Reshaping Relationships through Passion

John Hagel

Passion fosters a uniquely strong and productive bond that provides both the stability and stimulus needed to continue to grow and succeed in a constantly changing world. 1. I have always been shy. As a child, I learned to turn inward as a way to protect myself against an environment that I perceived to be very threatening. 

No Agile Gospel please, just give me Enlightenment

Martijn Linssen

Not because they had so much fun and anarchy creating a product that only they themselves could fix or maintain. knowledge lock-in. Hi Martijn.

Business or Pleasure? - why not both: Would more Influence fix.

Martijn Linssen

Business or Pleasure? - why not both Home About Contact Friday, 13 August 2010 Would more Influence fix your self-esteem? Really impressive.

Top 10 posts of the year on social media

Ross Dawson

This post is in the top 10 on Google searches for 'Juicystar07' and so has been seen thousands of times. 6. Social search will drive value. 5.

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

Martijn Linssen

24 September 2010 03:47 Martijn Linssen said. 24 September 2010 15:37 David Dobrin said. 24 September 2010 17:27 Martijn Linssen said.

"12 Things Good Bosses Believe" is the Most Popular Post at HBR in.

Bob Sutton

Search. James Adams: Good Products, Bad Products: Essential Elements to Achieving Superior Quality. Rakesh Khurana: Searching for a Corporate Savior: The Irrational Quest for Charismatic CEOs. Rakesh Khurana: Searching for a Corporate Savior: The Irrational Quest for Charismatic CEOs. Bob Sutton. Brightsight Group.

The Most Creative Brains are Slow

Eide Neurolearning

The classic picture is on the WISC-IV is very high verbal and perceptual reasoning and slow processing times (Coding and Symbol Search).

Business or Pleasure? - why not both: Enterprise 2.0: The Prodigal.

Martijn Linssen

11 November 2010 06:50 Martijn Linssen said. Hanoz Dilli Dur Ast :) Regards, Prem 11 November 2010 18:02 Jon Husband said. Scary! Coffin.

Business or Pleasure? - why not both: The product-to-service.

Martijn Linssen

In big IT companies, there isnt much enthusiasm to be found for selling Open Source products. 22 August 2010 11:44 Wim Rampen said.

Why We Need the New News Environment to be Chaotic ? Clay Shirky

Clay Shirky

Pew recently reported that advertising revenue rebounded in 2010 for all forms of media, except newspapers. You just have to demand, and be willing to pay for, a news product worthy of your affections. Interest driven media tries to understand what people are interested in, and often what they are searching for. Clay Shirky.

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Social shifts the focus from Presales to Aftersales

Martijn Linssen

Products can be unique, but will get copied sooner every time. December 2010 04:46 said. than Marketing 2.0! being dead.

The Data Bubble II

Doc Searls

In The Data Bubble , I told readers to mark the day: 31 July 2010. Once we have that, the level of economic activity that follows will be a lot higher, and a lot more productive, than we’re getting now just by  improving the world’s biggest guesswork business. First in a series. That Stalking by Cell Phone. Related pieces—.

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Passion and Reason

John Hagel

It helps us to choose the most productive directions to pursue as we venture into the domain and helps us to solve the difficult puzzles that we encounter. Productive friction. have written about productive friction elsewhere.    Passion provides a firm foundation for productive friction to emerge and flourish.

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Relationships and Dynamics - Seeing Through New Lenses

John Hagel

  Change can be highly unpredictable and can rapidly call into question the ability to predict demand for products or services.  Product life cycles are compressing across many, if not most, industries.  Do we all look at the world in the same way? Hardly. Of course, this is not an either/or proposition. 

Twitter's accidental path to monetisation

Martijn Linssen

17 September 2010 17:23 Martijn Linssen said. Now read that again, please. Free = bad , it says - doesnt it? think that is very true. Coffin.

The Evangelist, the Priest and the Monk?

Martijn Linssen

Business or Pleasure? - why not both Home About Contact Monday, 4 October 2010 The Evangelist, the Priest and the Monk? October 2010 21:13 A.

Strategy & Business Lists Hard Facts Among Decade's 10 Most.

Bob Sutton

Search. James Adams: Good Products, Bad Products: Essential Elements to Achieving Superior Quality. Rakesh Khurana: Searching for a Corporate Savior: The Irrational Quest for Charismatic CEOs. Rakesh Khurana: Searching for a Corporate Savior: The Irrational Quest for Charismatic CEOs. Bob Sutton. Brightsight Group.

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Why #VRM is Fools' Gold

Martijn Linssen

Business or Pleasure? - why not both Home About Contact Wednesday, 18 August 2010 Why #VRM is Fools Gold There, off my chest. Bakery? Coffin.

The Power of Pull

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

But, labor productivity has been steadily rising, and is now nearly double what it was in 1965.  Where have the benefits of these productivity gains gone?  The key challenge was to manage the growing means of production in the most efficient way possible.  Now they have turned their attention from analysis to prescription. 

March 2010 Informal Learning Hotlist

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

March 1, 2010 to April 1, 2010. The Social Media Bubble - , March 23, 2010. Twitter for Learning – 55 Great Articles -  eLearning Technology , March 24, 2010. Augmented Reality – Explained by Common Craft -  Common Craft – Explanations In Plain English - , March 23, 2010.

The teachings of failure

Doc Searls

Somehow the bold-faced search terms give it a little extra punch… Trojan Storm. We’ve seen this movie: the one where a big company takes over a whole market ecosystem. There was IBM with mainframes, Microsoft with operating systems, Apple with pocket music players (and now apps for phones and tablets). IBM did that with PCs.

Extreme Scale Computing

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

This will let us search for optimal solutions to many problems in science and engineering, as well as enable us to calculate the probabilities of extreme events. The performance advances of supercomputers in these past decades have been remarkable.  They got us into the terascale and petascale ranges.  But, they will not get us to exascale. 

Mainframes and Clouds

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

On July 22, I attended IBM’s announcement of its new generation of mainframes, the zEnterprise System in New York City.  As you would expect with any product announcement, this new mainframe is significantly better and faster than its predecessors.  think that mainframes owe their continued survival to two key qualities. 

Ngram Faceoff: Hope and fear | Daniel Pink

Dan Pink

Personal Productivity (14). December 27th, 2010. Paul Puckett on December 27, 2010. Corey Blake on December 27, 2010.

The Evolving Social Organization

Harold Jarche

Appear in the places that seem productive or interesting or challenging or fun. For example, one can follow conversations on Twitter by searching for “hashtags”. According to the authors of Getting to Maybe , in complex environments : Rigid protocols are counter-productive. Tweet Co-author: Thierry deBaillon – @tdebaillon.

Futures of the Internet

Doc Searls

My own views are more than well represented in the 2010 report. Third, search itself is at risk. For the last fifteen years we have needed search because Web grew has lacked a directory other than DNS (which only deals with what comes between the // and the /.) Google makes money because of search, and because of Gmail.

“What happens in interaction between the parts is more important than the parts”

Harold Jarche

Search and ‘find’ skills. To build trust and productive relationships that are mutually beneficial for information sharing. g. Here are some of the things I learned via twitter this past week: Think Tweets are simple, 140 character messages? Think again via @TammyGreen [interesting annotated map]. We can only imagine.