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implementing network learning

Harold Jarche

For example, I have learned much from my clients, but I only share general lessons here on my blog. Experience. We learn from our experiences.

tensions of modern learning

Harold Jarche

It could be a regular blog; sharing day-to-day happenings in activity streams; taking pictures and videos; or just having regular discussions.

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?

ideas in perpetual beta

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It’s probably too complicated for a series of tweets, but let’s see if these can be encapsulated in a blog post. Nobody has the answers.

you are only as good as your network

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also checked my collections of social bookmarks and blog posts to see if I had come across anything useful in the past few years.

knowledge is personal

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This is what many of us already do, with blogs and social media. read journals and news sources and, most importantly, I started my own blog.

and what do you do?

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This may be the closest to the truth because this blog is where I work and learn out loud, and it is fairly often how my clients find out about me.

temporary, negotiated hierarchies

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Initially published on Medium.com, the following is based on several previous blog posts. Post-Job Economy. We are entering a post-job economy.

A new way to work

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Corporations were created to give limited liability to organizations that were taking on large, capital-intensive projects, like building railways.

intangible value

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I have learned a lot from Verna Allee over the years, and frequently referred to her work on this blog. Source: Ocean Tomo.

Seeking perpetual Beta

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After 10 years of blogging here, I have compiled my best posts into an ebook. ebook. Scroll down to read the introduction and table of contents.

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adapting to perpetual beta e-book

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All of the ideas discussed here have been explored initially on my blog, established in 2004. Table of Contents. 1. THE INTELLIGENT ENTERPRISE.

on the net without a net

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First of all I am lucky that blogging gave me an international reputation, and that I started early enough. How to establish fees.

Organizational Learning in the Network Era

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Reading blogs and articles. Therefore the role of executives should be to manage the system, not individuals. This is absurd. Email. In-person.

The Seek > Sense > Share Framework

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So how do you get started micro-blogging on a platform like Twitter? [This article appears in Inside Learning Technologies January 2014].

Inspiration for Working Out Loud

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My own working out loud on this blog has resulted in speaking opportunities and meeting interesting clients. Just follow the links. gapingvoid.

sense-making with social media

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As Donald notes, sharing and posting on social media are weaker forms of learning than longer form blogging can be. Generation. Elaboration.

Sense-making and sharing

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For me it’s blogging. An advantage of a personal blog is ownership. Of course sharing has its challenges as well.

Learning is Connecting

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Here are last year’s top 10 : Twitter: Social network and micro-blogging site. WordPress: Blogging/website tool. Cisco: by @gapingvoid.

my pkm story

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identified my blog as the main platform by which I try to make implicit knowledge (e.g. PKM shifts responsibility. Early Tools.

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Network Era Skills

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It could be a regular blog; sharing day-to-day happenings in activity streams; taking pictures and videos; or just having regular discussions.

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best finds of 2015

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Here are what I consider the best of Friday’s Finds for 2015. Quotes. “ All things are subject to interpretation. And they love it!”. Humanity.

becoming collectively smarter

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We are in the midst of a nano-bio-info-techno-cogno revolution. We had lots of time for our institutions to adapt. Our collective future depends on it.

Working Socially

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Every little tweet, blog post, comment or “like” online shares our individuality and humanity. – Tim Young: Socialcast blog.

the exposure economy

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still learn a lot by sharing ideas and engaging with others who do as well. But I am wondering if there is a law of diminishing returns on sharing.

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Enterprise knowledge sharing requires trusted relationships

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Blogs and wikis, and later tools like Twitter, were created to “scratch the itch” of new organizational models. Trust is a human quality.

In the beginning was the blog

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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.

PKM in 34 pieces

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Write: Blogging changed my life for the better. Much of my work on PKM has been inspired by others. disagree. Good comparisons are quite useful.

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innovation means learning at work

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It could be a regular blog; sharing day-to-day happenings in activity streams; taking pictures and videos; or just having regular discussions.

Networked Professional Development

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We have become used to titles, job descriptions, and other institutional trappings. For the first time, they saw it mapped as a network.

Preparing your workforce for tomorrow

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

seeking and sense-making

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Many of us subscribe to newspapers, magazines, web feeds, blogs, and other forms of push information. How do you make sense of your work?

farewell jay cross

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Several years later I got an email from Jay saying he would be in Moncton, New Brunswick, asking if that was near where I lived. Communities

Three types of KM

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Imagine an organization where everyone blogs professionally. Just keeping track of all these products is a significant effort.

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The knowledge sharing paradox

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could not imagine having this blog (AKA my outboard brain) cut off from me. Knowledge is a very personal thing. complexity PKM Work

Pushing and Pulling Tacit Knowledge

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practice PKM for myself and my blog’s primary audience is me. Sense-making is where the real personal value of PKM lies. The

Social leadership

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– Guy Kawasaki’s Blog. What is social leadership? Simply put, it’s shifting the focus from you to we. Control is a mirage.

Six roles of network management

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Some, like myself, share blog posts at appropriate moments. First of all, the founders set a good example of transparency and working out loud.

What is your PKM routine?

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Blogging has been a core part of my sense-making routine over the past decade. Sacha has over 6,000 blog posts!

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PKM in 2013

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Aggregation makes information flows much easier to deal with. 3) Connect: How does one get started micro-blogging on a platform like Twitter?

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