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Autonomy and Value in Social and Workplace Learning

Charles Jennings

My colleague Jane Hart recently shared the diagram below on her blog. The principle is that in the new working environment learning is the work.

70-20-10: Origin, Research, Purpose

Charles Jennings

The original is on the 70-20 Blog site. This is a re-post of an article by Cal Wick of Fort Hill. Bob agreed. Lombardo and Robert W. It does.

From Courses to Campaigns : using the 70:20:10 approach

Charles Jennings

There are many reasons why this objective makes good sense. Secondly, we also know that context is vital for effective learning.

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Learning in the Collaboration Age

Charles Jennings

We may not have noticed it at the time, but the world of learning changed in 1990. the rest is history. And for Organisational Learning?

70:20:10 – Above All Else It’s a Change Agent

Charles Jennings

Recently Tom wrote a series of blogs titled ‘ Ten Things I Believe About Workplace Learning ’. In other words, they’re rocket scientists.

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2016 Top Tools for Learning

Charles Jennings

Flipboard : allows me to bring news, blog posts and sites of interest together simply. The second resource I turn to each morning after Twitter.

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Managing Learning?

Charles Jennings

If you want to learn more about PKM I’d recommend mining Harold’s blog. In it Donald posited something I’ve been advocating for years.

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The Power of Reflection in an Ever-Changing World

Charles Jennings

(I wrote the original piece this article is based on for Training Industry Quarterly in Winter, 2012. Of course there are exceptions.

Why the Real Power of eLearning is Social

Charles Jennings

This post was prompted by a webinar I gave on behalf of Citrix/GoToWebinar on 6th July 2011 and originally posted as a guest post on the Learning Pool blog. I’ve made a few changes to it here. Looking Back eLearning has been with us in one form or another for at least the past 50 years, maybe longer.

Real learning – let’s not confuse it with completing templated exercises

Charles Jennings

I read a piece written by Kate Graham of e2train on Thursday and it started me thinking about the ‘real learning versus managed learning’ debate.

The #Blimage Challenge

Charles Jennings

So what sense and inspiration could I possibly draw from this psychedelic image and make meaningful on a learning blog post? Watch out.

21st Century L&D Skills

Charles Jennings

My colleague Clark Quinn puts this very well in his blog posting ‘ Future of the Training Department ’. So, what’s changed?

2015 Top Tools for Learning

Charles Jennings

Flipboard: A tool I couldn’t do without on my iPad. I use Flipboard as my blog and news aggregator. Of course there are other tools I use for learning – Wikipedia (naturally), Blogger (that’s where this blog sits), Audacity for audio work, Google Hangouts, Microsoft Live Writer and others. It’s certainly a tool that works for me.

Determinism, Best Practice, and the ‘Training Solution’

Charles Jennings

Development rather than Training Mike Myatt identifies some of the important challenges around leadership development in a recent HBR blog article.

Down But Not Quite Out: what can we learn from the plights of Learning Tree International and Readers Digest?

Charles Jennings

Despite moving some activity onto the Internet and getting its journalists blogging the company is still struggling. So it's no surprise really.

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The Future Business of Learning for Suppliers

Charles Jennings

Last month Tony Karrer wrote an very insightful piece on his eLearning Technology blog about the Business of Learning. It has no other option.

Making Your L&D Department Meaningful & Relevant

Charles Jennings

Everything from podcasting tools, wiki tools, social networking tools, screencasting and conferencing tools, blogging tools and so on. Action 1.

70 years on and still relevant: The Sabre-Toothed Future

Charles Jennings

But I thought it a good starting point for a new blog about performance, learning and productivity. This first post is a long one.

What blogging was

David Weinberger

At a recent Fellows Hour at the Berkman Center the topic was something like “Whatever happened to blogging?,” ” with the aim of thinking about how Berkman can take better advantage of blogging as a platform for public discussion. They asked me to begin with some reflections on what blogging once was, because I am old.

6 Use Cases for Enterprise Micro-Blogging

Dan Pontefract

Imagine if she sent out a few micro-blog posts announcing she’s available for in-person fireside chats at the canteen or open gathering area.

Blogging angst

Euen Semple

My friend Dave Tebbutt is wondering whether to give up his blog or not. Many of us over the years go through periods of questioning why we blog and if it is worth it. For me the biggest reason to blog is personal. So in fact I am currently making an effort to blog more often. It’s like lobbing pebbles into ponds.

Our Three Young Children Blog … Here’s Why

Dan Pontefract

Why do we encourage (and ultimately allow) three young children who technically aren’t allowed to be on Facebook yet to publicly and openly blog?

The Soothing Effect of Blogging

Luis Suarez

It’s hard to believe, even for myself, how the last time I wrote a blog post over here was a bit over two months ago. Go figure. I doubt it.

Reclaim Blogging – On Why Your Blog Still Is Your Best Personal Branding Social Tool

Luis Suarez

One of them is my Flickr account and the other one, of course, is my blog. This blog. Well, the answer, right now, as we stand, is No.

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In the beginning was the blog

Harold Jarche

Chris Brogan, co-author of Trust Agents , has a number of insights on blogging and engaging online. Each of these took a while to write.

The end of blogging’s golden age

David Weinberger

Brian Solis has responded to Jeremy Owyang’s provocative post declaring the end of the golden age of blogging. Here’s the comment I posted on Brian’s site: I think in a sense it’s true that the golden age of blogging is over, but that’s a good thing. And not because of anything bad about blogging.

Let’s Rename Micro-blogging to Chatting

Dan Pontefract

Today, what I take umbrage with is the term micro-blogging. Blogging, for me at least, is an exercise in creative and thoughtful writing.

Back to Blogging

Doc Searls

So I can get back to all the stuff I’ve neglected in the meantime, including this: blogging. think it was twelve years ago today that I put up the first post on this blog. Writing in WordPress is more complicated, but my favorite blogging tool is still OPML. Alas, one diversion that became essential to deny was blogging.

Blog Post: Steve Jobs on "Think Different"

David Gurteen

This video is from an Apple "Think Different" - Internal Meeting in September 1997 - just 10 weeks or so after he returned to Apple.

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Reflections on Ten Years of Blogging

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Friedman’s words came to mind as I was reflecting on the evolution of blogging since I posted my first blog in May of 2005.

Litmos Guest Blog Series

Clark Quinn

As I did with Learnnovators , with Litmos I’ve also done a series of posts , in this case a year’s worth. So, we have presentations on: Blending learning. Performance Support. mLearning: Part 1 and Part 2. Advanced Instructional Design. Games and Gamification. Courses in the Ecosystem. L&D and the Bigger Picture. Measurement.

Micro-blogging can help build your organisational culture

Dan Pontefract

How Micro-Blogging Came To Be. This was the beginning of a new term; micro-blogging. Henry Ford. Moving Towards a Culture of Sharing.

Why blogging still matters

Euen Semple

"?Most of what we inherit is so clearly correct it goes unseen. It fits the world seamlessly. It is the world. But despite its richness and variability, the well-defined world we inherit doesn't quite fit each one of us, individually. And so you make your place in the world by making part of it -- by contributing some new part to the set.

Corporate blogging: value versus risks

Ross Dawson

Knowledge@Australian School of Business recently published an interesting article on corporate blogging , which drew on an interview with me. It’s certainly not that every company needs to be blogging, far from it. At stake are the inherent risks in blogging and other forms of social media engagement. Enterprise 2.0

Blog Post: Do you have listening difficulties?

David Gurteen

By David Gurteen We all appreciate the benefits of listening such as listening to ignite other people's thinking But most of us are not that good at it. There are many techniques that we can learn to improve our listening ability such as empathic listening. But maybe it is easier then we think. Let go!

Micro-blogging can help build your organisational culture

Dan Pontefract

How Micro-Blogging Came To Be. This was the beginning of a new term; micro-blogging. Henry Ford. Moving Towards a Culture of Sharing.

“Blogging is just people showing off”

Euen Semple

This was the reaction someone had to the discussion the other day about the benefits or otherwise of blogging. remember an elderly relative saying “Oh yes blogging, that’s just people expressing their opinion”. Besides blogging is so varied in its manifestations that blanket statements about what it is or is not are nonsense.

Blogging is fragmenting into multi-platform content creation – long live blogging!

Ross Dawson

First , blogs are not waning. All the major blogging platforms are growing. Mini-blogs, which sit in-between the two. No longer.

The Best Blog Posts of January 2014

Jane Hart

Here is my personal pick of the best blog posts in January 2014. Social learning

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Tweet Kings & Pretty Things (aka Micro-Blogging Habits)

Dan Pontefract

The crux of that argument is whether you believe micro-blogging is an active behavior or whether you treat it as passive oversight. Limayem, M.,