Mon.Apr 16, 2012

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Only 14% think that company training is an essential way for them to learn in the workplace

Jane Hart

That was one of the findings of my recent anonymous survey on how people learn best in the workplace, and even I was surprised by the results. Ranking.

It’s all about conversations

Harold Jarche

Markets are conversations ~ Cluetrain Manifesto. … and so are organizations. 2 ) getting more people who you personally know to know each other.

The MegaTrend of Distributed Attention is driving everything

Ross Dawson

Yesterday I ran Getting Results From Crowds and Crowd Business Models workshops in Sydney, the first in a global series of crowdsourcing workshops. In opening the Crowd Business Models workshop, I ran through some of the driving forces that are shifting business models to crowds. We cannot expect that this trend is going to stop and turn around.

This might be the best 11 minutes you’ll spend today.

Dan Pink

Seth flags this short film about this amazing project. Watch it. Seriously. Art Business Models Education

Today

Euen Semple

“What day is it,?" asked Pooh. It's today," squeaked Piglet. "My My favorite day," said Pooh. . ht Dina Mehta

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iTunes for journalism (reprise)

Euen Semple

Some time ago I suggested iTunes for journalism and compared newspapers to albums - having to buy two crap tracks along with the six you really want.

Media reports its reaction as news…again

David Weinberger

Secret Service scandal eclipses Obama trip. That’s the headline in USAToday. It’s typical of the news coverage of the Secret Service scandal before the President arrived in Colombia. Let me fix that for you: Media’s decision to focus on the Secret Service scandal eclipses Obama trip. Sheesh

Twive and Receive Approaches 100 Cities with Two Months to Go

Beth Kanter

Twive and Receive Approaches 100 Cities with Two Months to Go Guest Post By Geoff Livingston. Only one nonprofit per city will be allowed to compete.

Best Buy and the New Economy

Nine Shift

Fascinating news this month. Best Buy is moving to smaller stores in denser communities as the suburbs and suburban malls decline.