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Who wants change? Who wants to change?

Jane Hart

I shared this image on Twitter yesterday, and it was very popular, so I thought I’d add it here too. Social learning

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changing with change

Harold Jarche

“ To change with change is the changeless state. call these Friday’s Finds. – Bruce Lee” via @janhoglund. Get feedback.

The rapidly changing workplace

Harold Jarche

8) So what have I learned that will help us change our own experience of work? Anne Marie McEwan. The Stacey Matrix. Source: GP Training.

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Leadership in a Changing World

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

What are the critical competencies needed to lead in our fast-changing business environment? Sustaining or disruptive? Ripple Intelligence.

Technology changes Everything

Jane Hart

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Changing the world of work

Harold Jarche

Change Agents Worldwide has just released its first ebook featuring 21 views on the future of work. – @chagww. – Thierry de Baillon.

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Work is changing

Harold Jarche

“The nature of work is changing. People’s relationship with work is changing. The changes to society will be vast.”

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technology, change, and us

Harold Jarche

NPR: The most common jobs in every US state [why self-driving vehicles will change the economy]. call these Friday’s Finds. Image: NPR.

Traditional training structures are changing

Harold Jarche

The rapid pace of change is unlikely to abate in the near future. Here is the introduction, and you can read the rest at the link.

Five Ways People Adopt And Love Change

Adaptive Path

Is it that users just hate change ? Oh dear Lord. The new experience. His findings are complied in his tome, Diffusion of Innovations. link].

The training world is changing

Harold Jarche

From the Citrix GoTo Blog : Open online courses, talent management, social collaboration: The training world is changing.

“We made up these rules, and we can change them”

Harold Jarche

We made up these rules, and we can change them. We need to base all of our organizations on the principle of temporary, negotiated hierarchies.

50 ideas to change L & D

Jane Hart

The smell of change is in the air! Yesterday I read a post on TeachThought called 50 crazy ideas to change education and I tweeted it. Andrew Jacobs was on Twitter and he responded and the following conversation ensued: @C4LPT @TeachThought Was just reading that…inspiring me to think of similar for L&D. Andrew Jacobs [.].

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L&D as Agents of Change

Jane Hart

In my Modern Workplace Learning (MWL) framework I provide a broader definition of workplace learning;  one that encompasses all learning experiences that take place in the organisation – not just those that are organised and managed by L&D – but ones that happen as a result of individuals and teams working together on a daily basis.

The changing nature of work

Harold Jarche

In 2013, I was able to spend some time looking at the changing nature of work. References: the-post-job-economy. the-knowledge-sharing-paradox.

Embracing change from both sides

Harold Jarche

Changing to a social business is complex.  But you cannot directly change it or implement it. Next comes the trickier part.

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How can businesses keep up with tech change today?

Dion Hinchcliffe

With the digital world changing today faster than ever before, here's a look at what some top organizations are doing today to adapt more sustainably to the rapidly shifting technology landscape

an unstoppable force for change

Harold Jarche

As we shift our dominant communications medium from print to electric, our organizing methods must change as well. TIMN by David Ronfeldt.

How Large Systems Change

George Siemens

Proclamations of systemic change, particularly in higher education, are more hype than reality. While there is some pressure, most pronounced in the US, for change to the big residential model of higher education, globally the demand is strong knowledge institutions. How Large Systems Change from gsiemens Slides are below.

The Paradox of Preparing for Change

John Hagel

Here’s an example: the best way to prepare for change is to decide what isn’t going to change. The theme of the gathering was “Changing the Game.” They gave me exactly three minutes to offer some thoughts on the best way to prepare for change. Talk about preparing for change! But change is also really scary.

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Creating an architecture for change

Dave Snowden

This is not only government it is also the way of all legitimate organisational change. Those will be local. Reflections

Behavior Change as Value Proposition

Adaptive Path

There's a lot of academic research around the areas of persuasive technology and design for behavior change. But where does persuasion live?

Online Systems for Behavior Change

Tony Karrer

I've always believe that to truly have impact on performance, we need to be experts at Behavior Change. Need to Change Behavior?

Changing the very essence of learning in the organisation

Jane Hart

Transformation will only come from  changing the very essence of what learning means in the organisation. 4-29 April. 2-27 May. Social learnin

OMG, its culture change time

Dave Snowden

It's a form of aversion therapy really, change now or we'll put you through a re-education programme. Constraints are key, manage them.

2015 in Review: Workplace Learning – Trends, Disruption & Change

Jane Hart

Here is my review of 2015 – in both my own blog posts as well as those that I’ve included in my monthly reviews throughout the year. I’ve given each month a theme (sometimes one which extended into later months of the year!) JANUARY – BLENDED LEARNING In What does the term blended learning mean I revealed […].

Economic structural change is NOT industry compositional change

Ross Dawson

In preliminary conversations with one group I encountered a very common and deeply misleading view of how business is changing today.

Preparing for change

Harold Jarche

Today, people with larger and more diverse networks have an advantage as professionals and in dealing with change. Preparing for No Normal.

Ch-ch-ch-changes

Clark Quinn

Is there an appetite for change in L&D? There really isn’t any burning desire for change, or willingness to move even if there is. That was the conversation I’ve had with colleagues lately. And I have to say that that the answer is mixed, at best. The consensus is that most of L&D is comfortably numb. This is a problem.

Technology and change.

Euen Semple

We are experiencing a seismic shift in how we see the world that is primarily social and cultural rather than simply technological. Sure the technology is helping, but it is meeting a need more often than it is creating it. We had to be ready for what the technology could do for us. We had understand its potential.

A job is just a role that cannot change

Harold Jarche

They allow people to quickly make and change connections. Networks and individuals can change in harmony, but first they need to be connected.

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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.

Changing Schools, Changing Knowledge: The Agenda

George Siemens

I’ve had the privilege of being on Steve Paikin’s The Agenda several times over the last few years. The interview is below

It’s not about adding technology to training, but about changing training

Jane Hart

This is a question I am often asked, and when I read Jane Bozarth’s post on Changing the Game, her answer hit the nail on the head. She said … “The thing that is going to change the game is – the learners … They are changing the concept of training, […]. Which technology will be the gamechanger? This

Learners are learning differently; are you changing the way you train and support them?

Jane Hart

This figure includes just over half (53%) who say it has improved their ability to learn new things “a lot” and 34% who say it […].

Social learning: the changing face of workplace learning

Jane Hart

The title was Social learning; the changing face of workplace learning.â?¦ ¦ [.]. Social learning

technology changes but people don’t

Harold Jarche

Technology changes but people don’t] Henry Mintzberg said, “It is the conceit of every generation to believe things are chaos in their. Every fortnight I collate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. call these Friday’s Finds. Read more » Friday''s Finds

Change

Euen Semple

As time passes I am more and more convinced that this is ultimately how any change happens. For all the change initiatives that keep people busy at work, the strategising, the PowerPoints, the endless meetings, nothing happens until one person has a conversation with another and the other person thinks "Right, I'm having some of that!".

Embracing Disruptive Change - Why Is it So Difficult?

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Transformative change comes naturally to young companies, as it generally does to young people.  Circling the Wagons. Management Challenges.

Game-Changing Basic Research: Benefits and Challenges

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

But, technology and market environments have drastically changed in the intervening years.  None of these, however, were U.S.-led