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Leadership by Example

Harold Jarche

” Brenda McGowan, in Network World. Here are two examples. Now that process takes about six weeks. Shaping is B.F.

networked knowledge creates value

Harold Jarche

As we enter the network era, the dominant technology is the internet and working knowledge is distributed through professional communities.

eLearning Process Survey results!

Clark Quinn

So, a few weeks ago I ran a survey asking about elearning processes*, and it’s time to look at the results (I’ve closed it).

Innovation is not a repeatable process

Harold Jarche

Can innovation be promoted through better processes? I want every knowledge worker to discover his or her own processes. Innovation PKM

Network Era Skills

Harold Jarche

Business in the network era is connecting companies to their markets through knowledge workers having conversations in communities and social networks.

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Build trust, embrace networks, manage complexity

Harold Jarche

Hierarchies, simple branching networks, are obsolete. Networks. Networks are in a state of perpetual Beta. Hierarchies.

Six roles of network management

Harold Jarche

If helping the network make better decisions is a primary role of management in the emerging economy, how does one get there?

Network walking

Harold Jarche

For example, Deming asks what are the multiplying effects of a happy or unhappy customer. Conversations help us make sense. Dr. W.

If Your Enterprise Social Network Is a Ghost Town It’s Probably Due To Your Corporate Culture

Dan Pontefract

We deployed our enterprise social network last year, but it’s a ghost town. enterprise social networks leadership esn

Network Learning: Working Smarter

Harold Jarche

We need to re-think workplace learning for a networked society. Social learning is about getting things done in networks. EverNote).

Design the process, not the outcome

Dave Snowden

Once that change happens, it cannot be reversed and there are many examples in nature. Merging informal networks post merger or re-organisation.

An Example of the Flat Army CLAM in Action: BC Ideas2Action

Dan Pontefract

It’s a good example of Government 2.0. (if I’m not a very political man. You may even call me apolitical. consider (all options).

Beyond Institutions Personal Learning in a Networked World

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Here''s a model (Figure 1) of a workflow-processed employee to assist LMS selection. They''re really abstractions of the actual process.

Thriving in networks that are smarter and faster than you are

Harold Jarche

As they grew to their current size, control processes were put in place to create efficiencies. Agility is almost non-existent. complexity

Networks and Systems

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Both of these points suggests that he doesn''t see connectivism as a network theory at all, but as something quite different. To use his own words, he sees at least some networks as systems. And systems are very different from networks. In a network, the nature of the part does not matter and it does not play a specific role.

Beyond Free ? Open Learning in a Networked World

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Watters, 2014) This is a patent for setting up a regional network in the south western United States. Show us one example." That''s Utah.

The Power of Our Collective Professional Networks and Transdisciplinarity Learning

Beth Kanter

It was a great learning experience from both a process and content perspective. There are two different lens to think about network mapping.

Why Building Resilient Networks Matter

Beth Kanter

So, when Pat Brandes from the Barr Foundation sent me this thought piece on building resilience of networks, it resonated on many different levels.

Beyond Assessment ? Recognizing Achievement in a Networked World

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Samuel (Noekowsky ) tried to use Greg Egan (as an example), an attempt that failed miserably. Outcomes and Process The problem is we''re confusing the outcomes of education, the test results, et cetera, with the process of education. Here''s an example of what I mean by "making stuff up." Not just the examples.

Using A Networked Approach To Build Nonprofit Boards: LinkedIn Board Connect Launches

Beth Kanter

You and your board look at your professional networks and connections on LinkedIn. Networked NonprofitBoard Connect changes all that.

The Networked NGO in India

Beth Kanter

Networked NGOs and Social Media Integrated Into Organizational Communications. Learning Networks Are Built With People and Reciprocity.

On Death and Dying: Evolution and Networks

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

In yet another paragraph from that post, he writes, I can come up with a compelling theory of learning in social networks too, that equally explains learning in brains, and that I think fits with a connectivist account like a glove and that is incommensurate with other theories for much the same reasons. by society) in social networks.

The state of expert networks and the rising role of LinkedIn

Ross Dawson

It is some years now since ‘expert networks’ have become a significant force, linking subject matter experts in science, technology, and business to clients, largely in funds management and finance, usually at very healthy hourly rates. The reality is that LinkedIn has been used as a proxy expert network by many for some time now.

Nonprofit CEOs and the Network Mindset

Beth Kanter

A network mindset means exercising leadership through active participation. Has your nonprofit’s leadership adopted a network mindset?

Loyalty in Social Networks

Luis Suarez

Here is an example of what I mean, and let’s see how much it relates to your own user experience. My goodness! Goodness! Yikes! Maybe.

What Networks Have In Common

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Jones ask s, "Does connectivism conflate or equate the knowledge/connections with these two levels (“neuronal” and “networked”)? Now, to return to the original question, "Does connectivism conflate or equate the knowledge/connections with these two levels ('neuronal' and 'networked')?", David T. Are they the same thing?

The Networked NGO in Pakistan

Beth Kanter

Networked NGOs and Social Media Integrated Into Organizational Communications. Day 2: Certificates Awarded To Senior Staff Attendees.

Using Peer Learning Strategies To Build A Network

Beth Kanter

This peer learning exchange is designed to help state-based groups to be more effective in engaging their networks toward covering uninsured children.

Have social networks replaced groups?

David Weinberger

For example, Clay’s post from 2003 marvels at a “broadband conversation” in which the participants communicated simultaneously by conference call, through a wiki, and through a chat, each from a different source. Google Docs are functionally wikis, except without the draft>compile>post process.) Too bad.”

Social Media, Networking, and African Women’s Leadership Training in Rwanda

Beth Kanter

This design was a participatory process and was intended to provide an opportunity for deep reflective process. Network assessment.

Reflections from Networked Nonprofit Workshop for Latin American NGOs

Beth Kanter

The first day focused on networks and strategic use of social media along with some practical skills in content creation and measurement.

My Network is my Net Worth: A Personal Story

Dan Pontefract

It’s our network. Example #1. Example #2. My Network is indeed my Net Worth. thinking and Learning 2.0 logic. The grid?

Job-Killing Processes

Martijn Linssen

Worse, when an organization is in need, why do we engage in process improvement – when what may be needed is process reduction or elimination?

Other PKM processes

Harold Jarche

It seems that Stephen Downes isn’t enamoured with my PKM process : My first thought was, do I do it this way?

Vancouver is Home to Several ‘Social’ Rock Stars

Dan Pontefract

Take customer feedback, research, surveys and process improvement, add a little web and 2.0, Let’s start first with the companies. Jostle.

Strategic positioning in the flow economy: 3 action steps

Ross Dawson

While the examples I used in the book are now a little dated, the strategic concepts are still absolutely relevant. Define your space. Acquire.

The Collaboration Curve

Dan Pontefract

so too will an increase be found in knowledge, engagement, networks and performance of said individual participating in the collaboration experience.

Social Networking: The Benefits Outweigh the Constraints

Nigel Paine

If you sit in the average conference room with, say 40, executives from both the public and private sector and enthuse them about the power, speed and, indeed, empowerment of social networking, you have all the heads nodding in seconds. The spectacular collapse of the London docks in less than ten years in the 1960s is one of many examples.

TNP 8. Associationism: Inferential Processes

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Associationism: Inferential Processes A. We produce abstractions by processing conscious input. This is not a rule-governed process.

Evaluating Networks and their Effectiveness

Beth Kanter

I was very fortunate to be a part of the early Network of Network Funders community of practice. Guest Post NetworksLists. To do.