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hyper-connected pattern seeking

Harold Jarche

“The processing speed at which they can run through a plan or simulation can take seconds – rather than having to run it over night.”

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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Principles of Networked Unmanagement

Harold Jarche

In networks, cooperation trumps collaboration. As we shift to a networked economy, our organizational frameworks have to change.

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

Everything’s Coming Up Networks (except learning)

Jay Cross

Sloan Management Review has a great interview with Andy McAfee on What Sells CEOs on Social Networking. Networks were made for learning.

A Crash Course in Design Thinking for Network Leadership Skills

Beth Kanter

Last month, I participated in a Design Thinking Lab with network leadership practitioners convened by the Leadership Learning Community.

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”)? Connective knowledge is the most context-sensitive of all, as it arises only after the perceiver has learned to detect patterns in the input data.) Is 'networked knowledge' the same as 'public knowledge'?

Informal learning patterns

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

patterns. His recent post, Toward a Pattern Language for Enterprise 2.0 , details two sorts of patterns for optimal enterprise 2.0

Human Sensor Networks… the ultimate executive coach

Dave Snowden

So when I was explaining this morning to Laurie my understanding of human sensor networks I was prompted to blog about the topic and the role that SenseMaker® plays in delivering organisations the value of human sensor networks. I also enjoy stretching my thinking with technical metaphors and their application to complex systems.

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. Social networking slots neatly into this model. Our Chief Executive doesn?t t get it.” “Our check?

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.

Collective intelligence patterns

Clark Quinn

social networking can facilitate work, to actually analyze and distill some underlying principles. This is a really nice systematic breakdown into patterns tied to real examples. Still, a great foundation for thinking about using networks in productive ways. He focuses on the latter. That’s insightful, and useful.

A social interaction pattern language 2 of 2

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

We can support processes that empower people, or processes that prevent them from taking charge of their own lives. Patterns are meta.

Network Learning

Harold Jarche

Education has always assumed that knowledge can be transferred and that we can carefully control the process through education.

Machine Learning and Knowledge Discovery

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

As new data is ingested, the system rewires itself based on whatever new patterns it now finds. This is necessary, but not sufficient.

intangible value

Harold Jarche

It was her work on value network analysis [PDF] that particularly influenced my thinking. Image: Value Network Analysis by Patti Anklam.

Play, Learn, Work

Harold Jarche

In my last post I mentioned Nollind Whachel’s sense-making process: Connect = producing content. Sense + Empower = Learn. Keep trying.

mastery and models

Harold Jarche

It is an individual, disciplined process by which we make sense of information and our interactions with people and ideas. Mental Models.

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Engaging Knowledge Artisans

Harold Jarche

For example, working and learning out loud in online social networks significantly change the flow of knowledge and influence power structures.

a new business ideology

Harold Jarche

The following table shows how ideas, technology, organizations, and institutions are changing as we enter a network economy. Network Management.

What have we learned so far?

Harold Jarche

Personal Knowledge Mastery ( PKM ): A set of processes, individually constructed, to help each of us make sense of our world and work more effectively.

All things to all people

Harold Jarche

One social network, mine, is enough for me. Empower = making sense of content patterns. I too, do not share much on G+.

innovation means learning at work

Harold Jarche

Innovation has been described as a combination of observing; questioning; experimenting; and networking. This includes process improvement.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Process versus Practice

John Hagel

Business processes were the primary focus of business performance and companies generated considerable cost savings from this focus.

Language Learning - an Exemplar of the 70:20:10 Approach?

Charles Jennings

These also drive our learning patterns. Humans are an incredibly inquisitive and extremely social species. We are all life-long learners.

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Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Patterns of Business Innovation in China and India

John Hagel

Open distribution - the first pattern of innovation In this respect, Business Week does a better job on the India front. Dont Count On It.

The Seek > Sense > Share Framework

Harold Jarche

Personal knowledge management is a set of processes, individually constructed, to help each of us make sense of our world and work more effectively.

Learning in the workplace – in less than four minutes

Jay Cross

At the International Conference on eLearning in the Workplace , I talked with Sid Slover, the founder of Learn It Live. Just Jay

The transition to networked accountability

Harold Jarche

L&D strategically aligned = a collaborative member of (a) Network(s). L&D aligned with organization = coordinated with the Institution.

always something to learn

Harold Jarche

Consciousness concerns itself only with the most meaningful mental constructions and is ever hungry to build new patterns over existing architectures.

Enterprise 2.0 transition

Harold Jarche

The discussions focused on how and in what manner OD and HR can support adoption & transformation processes. transition process?

Ensuring knowledge flow through narration

Harold Jarche

As with knowledge artisans , many learners now own their knowledge-sharing networks. Narration of work in social networks is flow.

Learning as a Network

Harold Jarche

Mohamed Amine Chatti extends the framework on personal knowledge networks with his post on Learning as a Network (follow link for graphic): The Learning as a Network (LaaN) perspective draws together some of the concepts behind double-loop learning and connectivism. Tacit and explicit knowledge nodes (i.e. Want to know more?

a need for empathy

Dave Snowden

About three years ago I sat in a house in Colombia taking with friends about the dangers to the peace process of the referendum being rejected.

The social enterprise?

George Siemens

We need better analytics that can reveal patterns and connections in information abundance that we may have missed. We need technologies that can automatically detect and raise the profile of interesting patterns within an information stream. An event collapses the information trail into a state of patterns that seem obvious.

Connectivism as Epistemology

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Networks have always learned. Humans have always been a network (at least, since graduating from single-celled organisms). At the deepest level, the principles for stable (dynamic, learning) networks - autonomy, diversity, etc - are probably reasonably constant over different types of networks. What's your take on this?

Getting to Social

Harold Jarche

This is the real change process enabled by social business; people will start thinking differently. Patterns emerge over time.

Why Content Curation Should be in Your Skillset

Jay Cross

Every day I would sift through a hundred or more items suggested by my social networks or the search engines. It starts in a gallery. articles.

On the Three or Four Problems of Connectivism

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

This paradox, first posed by Socrates (Plato, 2002), can be applied to connectivism as follows: How do you recognize a pattern if you do not already know that a specific configuration of connections is a pattern? But I would also argue that the requirement that this work be subject to (the traditional) peer review process is misplaced.

Work is learning and learning is the work

Harold Jarche

Being able to understand emerging situations, see patterns, and co-solve problems are essential business skills. This is the network age.