Fri.Mar 16, 2012

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Why The Bay Area Needs The Bay Lights

Steven Berlin Johnson

The Bay Lights is a monumental tour de force seven times the scale of the Eiffel Tower’s 100th Anniversary lighting. This would be terrific news.

The chaotic world of work

Harold Jarche

Tweet Here are some of the insights and observations that were shared via Twitter this past week. The contributors may be volunteers or paid employees.

Now Is the Time for India to Democratize Learning

Jay Cross

A synopsis of my remarks to Emerging Directions in Global Education 2011, Delhi, India. Progress is unfolding at an unprecedented rate. Corporations.

The Hallmarks of Great Leaders -- and the Needs of Younger Workers are Timeless

Bob Sutton

Fast Company has another excerpt from the new chapter in Good Boss, Bad Boss out today -- one that goes against things that many so-called management gurus often say.   Here is opening of the piece and you can read the rest here : A lot of people write business books: about eleven thousand are published each year.

A thread of hope from a shooting

Mind Hacks

No-one knows why Steven Kazmierczak snapped. Since the 1980s we have recognised a trauma-specific mental disorder. But the study is no less important.

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Friday Fun: Meet Gump Shun

Dan Pontefract

You're reading fresh content from Dan Pontefract at Brave New Org: Gump’s a trailblazer. He’s willing and able. He’s got pizazz.

A Huge Thanks To Guest Bloggers from the Grantmakers for Effective Organizations Conference 2012

Beth Kanter

Scaling Impact sessions offer strategies and knowledge about how we can help nonprofits achieve better and more results. Carla Javits, President, REDF.

Berkman Buzz

David Weinberger

This week’s Berkman Buzz. Ethan Zuckerman unpacks ‘Kony 2012′ [ link ]. The metaLAB introduces the world to Biblio, your new library friend [ link ]. The CMLP explores the First Amendment issues surrounding the Fluke/Limbaugh incident [ link ]. Mako Hill encourages greater communication about DRM [ link ].

What Happens at GEO Doesn’t Stay at GEO (and that’s a good thing)

Beth Kanter

The GEO community is united by a common drive to challenge the norm in pursuit of better results. What would it look like if we mapped this web?