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Harold Jarche » Learning is Conversation

Harold Jarche

[.] jarche, h. 2005). learning is conversation. hämtad 2008-12-18 från harold jarche: [link]

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Using SharePoint

Tony Karrer

I've been having fabulous conversations about using SharePoint. SharePoint is so flexible and the documentation for it is so big and diverse, that a big part of my goals have been to understand the different ways that training organizations are using SharePoint. In my post SharePoint Examples there are some great examples in the comments.

Aachen

Jay Cross

Klaus Henning: SAP decided to raise their consulting rates in Europe 15% across the board a few months back. Customers would have none of it. Tim Bray.

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Signposts for the Week Ending December 19, 2008

Adaptive Path

Read about mobile app development in Africa and join the conversation by adding your own ideas to the comments. What do service designers do?

Harold Jarche » Big Consulting Companies Jumping on Bandwagon 2.0

Harold Jarche

[.] year at this time i noticed that big consulting firms are jumping on bandwagon 2.0. “as i've said before, free-agents and natural enterprises are better. the upstart

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Harold Jarche » T&D Learning in 2020

Harold Jarche

harold, i think your predictions are dead on and likely not to be the case in 2020 but well before.

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The 7 things I would never tell my mother – NOT! | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I have four serious blog posts half edited and I haven't found the focus to complete them. So why not veer wildly.

Sayonara, industrial age

Jay Cross

This article from the October issue of Harvard Business Review has fueled my thinking about the profound changes going on in the world economy. Authored by John Seely Brown, Lang Davison, and John Hagel, Shaping Strategy in a World of Constant Disruption gives evidence of the industrial age giving way to the network era. Talent!!!

Conference bags with a difference

David Gurteen

By David Gurteen I hate the bags usually given out at conferences. Most of the time I don't need them.

Harold Jarche » Seeing What’s Next

Harold Jarche

better. with early motivation to enter this emerging

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The 7 things I would never tell my mother - NOT!

Nancy White

I have four “serious&# blog posts half edited and I haven’t found the focus to complete them. think my mom has at least peeked at mine.

Brrrr… Santa is on the way

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

It was cold in Berkeley yesterday. Probably not your kind of cold, but I awoke to find frost on the car and that is rare here.

Duped? What’s in a name?

Jay Cross

Call me old fashioned, but when I buy a plane ticket from Lufthansa, I expect to fly on Lufthansa.

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Harold Jarche » Free-agents and natural enterprises are better value

Harold Jarche

i noticed that big consulting firms are jumping on bandwagon 2.0. “as i've said before, free-agents and natural enterprises are better.

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Scott Berkun to Head the Schedule of Managing Design Projects!

Adaptive Path

We are happy to announce that Scott Berkun will keynote our Managing Design Projects conference in February. This is very exciting for us and having heard Scott present in the past I am confident he will really get things off on the right foot. So we created our own! As of January 15th the price will increase to $295. What a deal! Register today !

Brrrr… Santa is on the way

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

It was cold in Berkeley yesterday. Probably not your kind of cold, but I awoke to find frost on the car and that is rare here.

Cool place to work

Jay Cross

BET’s offices are carved out of the interior of a 150 year-old church. This space was created with collaboration in mind.

On-job support is critical

Harold Jarche

In Lessons Learned , Harry Martin describes two cases and provides several links for further reading.

Energy into Energy

Doc Searls

A friend close to What’s Happening in several industries, plus the Obama Transition Team, tells me all the action is around Energy. It isn’t just that everybody’s Going Green. It is with this in mind that we should welcome posts such as Transition Team Weighing Blockbuster Housing and Stimulus Proposal , at SolveClimate.

Training from the Back of the Room

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Pfeiffer has just published a book entitled Training form the BACK of the Room! 65 Ways to Step Aside and Let Them Learn , by Sharon L. Bowman. Hello?

Too many rats, too small a cage

Jay Cross

Travel can be grueling. just endured a nine-hour flight from Munich to San Francisco in a minuscule seat in the back of a Lufthansa Airbus.

Harold Jarche » Blogs are not a “substitute”

Harold Jarche

i happen to agree with your views. blogs, or even online news sites for that matter do not compare to newspaper that we all are so used to.

Let it Snow

Doc Searls

We were flying along in the bus when wham: it started snowing. Heavily. Now we’re creeping along through Westchester, and the road is clearly getting a little dangerous. There’s an inch or so on the ground now, and it’ll probably get a lot deeper before it starts raining later and turns it and turns it all into slush. Dunno why.

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Reflections from Aachen

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Bilderberg Kasteel, Vaalsbrook, Netherlands. Before I launch into what other people said, I’ll share my main rants and biases. Never will be.

Personal Learning Books

Tony Karrer

Brett Miller has taken me up on my 100 Conversation Topics which you can see what's happening at eLearning Learning - 100 Conversations. His post were some book recommendations for learning professionals. must say that his list of books was quite interesting and come from a bit outside where I normally think. And, yes, I do.

Harold Jarche » Wake up and smell the coffee

Harold Jarche

[.] been reading harold jarche's posts on change in the l&d industry, the future of training and development, and proficiency-based training.

Wikipedia update

Dave Snowden

For those who followed my earlier posts I am pleased to say that, at least for the moment, right did win out and Peter Damian is restored as an editor. Nice to see him back at work this morning removing some of the POV material on the NLP article. After that we can move onto Spiral Dynamics.

Toward a Happier New Year on Harvard Square

Doc Searls

Wahyd of Manifest has an original idea for saving the Out of Town News landmark at the heart of Harvard Square.

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MX 2009 Speaker publishes Forrester’s 2008 Customer Experience Index

Adaptive Path

Forrester has just released in 2008 Customer Experience Index. Registration required to download). The Index was compiled by Bruce Temkin, who will keynote Day 1 of MX 2009. At MX 2009, Bruce will talk about how experience-based differentiation is even more crucial in a down economy, and provide insights on how companies can do more to embrace it.

Harold Jarche » Blogs are not a “substitute”

Harold Jarche

i realize that blogs are not newspapers and should not be directly compared. as a sign of the financial

Guest blog goes open

Dave Snowden

We are repeating a prior experiment and opening up the guest blog for anyone who wants to contribute. Details of how to do so in the header.

Write for Skimming

Tony Karrer

Back in January 2008, I suggested that people Stop Reading and instead Skim Dive Skim. It received some passionate replies - although not quite what I expected. So while you may be a reader, likely a lot of the people you are writing for are skimmers. can't say that I'm all that great at this, but here are some things I try to do.

Speaking of curation…

Adaptive Path

Curation is one of the important and emergent topics Kate Rutter will be speaking about in her virtual seminar tomorrow: “ Sailing the C’s of Change: What do curation, cobbling, collage and chording mean for your products and services?&#. Kate’s seventy-five minute virtual seminar starts tomorrow, December 17th, at 10am PST.

Blogs are not a “substitute”

Harold Jarche

world in which reporting becomes even more minimal and opinion gets even more vacuous and unending is not a healthy one for a democracy.