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Payment Technologies: Past, Present and Future

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

I was reminded of this dictum when recently attending a very interesting workshop, Payment Technologies: Past Present and Future.

Managing the situated present

Dave Snowden

Key to it is the idea of managing the situated present. That simple phrase packs a lot of meaning and potential. As such you have more freedom.

7 Ways to Kill Your Presentation and How to Fix Them

Luis Suarez

Seven ways to kill your presentation from Jeanne Trojan. Presentation tips from the pros from Jeanne Trojan. What can you do then? .

Questions from students at Vancouver Island University

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I received a flurry of questions on some articles on my website yesterday, questions from students at Vancouver Island University. Similarly, Ben, Tracy and Kim asked, " How do we change the culture of competition that is present in delivery of online content, to make it more of a collaborative and open process? " Too slow!

Why givers (often) succeed: 5 questions for Adam Grant

Dan Pink

Every so often a book comes along that changes the way you see the world. Talent is a factor, of course. Most of us are matchers.

Digging into MOOC Mania: One Investor's Key Research Questions and Approach

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Summary of a presentation from Stacey L. Some of the questions we’re looking at are on the slide. Probably not. Just five? Probably not.

Noodling on my fOSSa presentation

Nancy White

The question is, how do we keep these two forms usefully knitted together? What is fOSSa? what tech people are actually doing and innovating?

Why progress matters: 6 questions for Harvard's Teresa Amabile.

Dan Pink

Why progress matters: 6 questions for Harvard’s Teresa Amabile Here’s a tip for rounding out your summer reading. Dan Pink. Contact.

Some Thoughts About Remote Presentations: Mekong ICT Camp

Beth Kanter

I was invited to present a key note at the Mekong ICT Camp in Thailand about nonprofits, social media, and measurement. Photo by Be Chandra.

Questions from the CLO Executive Network

Jay Cross

The Executive Networks hosts plumbed the audience for questions our presentation had raised. However, both can be made more effective.

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Senge, Learning Organizations and asking a question.

Mark Oehlert

Exactly zero replies though. Either way, it was a point of interest for me. . So I have to ask - why no Senge ? I am confused by that.

You can’t play 20 questions with nature and win

Mind Hacks

“ You can’t play 20 questions with nature and win ” is the title of Allen Newell ‘s 1973 paper, a classic in cognitive science. There is, I submit, a view of the scientific endeavor that is implicit (and sometimes explicit) in the picture I have presented above. Reference and link: Newell, A. in Chase, W. 1973).

The Storytelling Animal: 4 questions for Jonathan Gottschall

Dan Pink

Have you heard the one about. ? Chances are, by the time you’ve reached this blog post, you’ve already heard dozens of stories in your day.

Call for Presenters: Conference on Volunteering and Service

Beth Kanter

Note from Beth: Whether you are planning to present at a conference or deliver a one-day workshop, the secret to success is in good design.

The Storytelling Animal: 4 questions for Jonathan Gottschall

Dan Pink

Have you heard the one about. ? Chances are, by the time you’ve reached this blog post, you’ve already heard dozens of stories in your day.

Why acquisition beats retention

Martijn Linssen

Presentation and content hardly ever go along 2010-2020: The Great Divide Twitter, just show us the algorithm - please? Business or Pleasure? -

Business or Pleasure? - why not both: Integration: your place or.

Martijn Linssen

For the last 15 years, its been the central question in my working life: who will adopt, and who will have to adapt? Business or Pleasure? -

Great Question From Peter Block’s Presentation at Nexus2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Look at the questions that are part of this “path.&# They are great. I did not want to forget them. I want to USE them. or someone else?

What Are Good Things About Having A Lousy Boss? - Bob Sutton

Bob Sutton

Learning to listen to others and to ask smart questions is more important. is not a very useful question. Erving Goffman: The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life. I have a weird question for Work Matters readers, one I've been fretting over for a couple weeks.  Interesting question. Bob Sutton. Search.

No Agile Gospel please, just give me Enlightenment

Martijn Linssen

And there are more who say so But, my main question is: what if youre driving an Agile car and it breaks down? Business or Pleasure? - Wrong.

A Storied Presentation

Adaptive Path

From time to time, we find ourselves in a position to share these ideas in a business context, often in the form of a presentation. When designing your presentation, remember that good stories offer questions and answers and key moments of reflection. We communicate with other people every day. Jenny and I hung out all the time.

Presentation Backchannel Multitasking

Tony Karrer

Some great responses to this month's big question New Presenter and Learner Methods and Skills. Or Clive Shepherd's How should presenters address multitasking? Binge Thinking I have learnt to take notes while giving nearly full attention to a presentation. Clive Shepherd - How should presenters address multitasking?

The Collapse of Complex Business Models ? Clay Shirky

Clay Shirky

From the Q&A after, it was clear that for them, the question wasn’t whether the internet was going to alter their business, but about the mode and tempo of that alteration. That kind of question comes up a lot. This is, as Tainter notes in his book, an open question. the question “What is emerging?”

Positive Payload Weapons Presentation Mindmap

Clark Quinn

From personal kudos to, well, that’s the open question. As I sometimes do, I mind mapped it. social strategy technology

To Dream is to Question

Martijn Linssen

To question status updates that may contain a hint of shift? To think is to be intentional about questioning our predictions. But wait.

To Dream is to Question

Martijn Linssen

To question status updates that may contain a hint of shift? To think is to be intentional about questioning our predictions. But wait.

To Dream is to Question

Martijn Linssen

To question status updates that may contain a hint of shift? To think is to be intentional about questioning our predictions. But wait.

Great Question From Peter Block’s Presentation at Nexus2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Look at the questions that are part of this “path.&# They are great. I did not want to forget them. I want to USE them. or someone else?

LCB Question for December - Past Year, Present Challenges, Predictions

Tony Karrer

The Learning Circuits Blog Question for December has been posted. The questions this month are: What will you remember most about 2006? Answering this question is a bit more of a challenge for me. I hate hearing the same presentations over and over. What are the biggest challenges for you/us as head into 2007?

Hosting a Day of Giving? The Knight Foundation Playbook Answers Your Questions

Beth Kanter

Below is a summary of answers to some questions during the webinar and related resources on the Giving Day Playbook. ET Thursday Sept.

Trend Questions: More Visuals?

Nancy White

They tend to really enjoy seeing the visual artifact of their words or presentation and often take it with them. …validating.

LMS - Questions

Tony Karrer

I'm about to present at the LMS session at DevLearn. Lance just asked everyone for the key questions they have given where they are. I wanted to capture this to be able to come back and talk about a few of these items later: What are the benefits, ROI, outcomes to be expected from LMS implementation? How complicated do you make it?

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You Are Invited: Packard Foundation Hosting Google Hangout on Oct 29th at 3 PM PST to Celebrate My 4 Years As Visiting Scholar

Beth Kanter

You can also tweet questions, comments, and good wishes to @DLPFexplore, using #theBetheffect – before, during, or after the Hangout.

Catch up strategies in online courses | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I remembered your question and wondered … what if we could have an audio feed on a site? Here is a snippet to get us started. What else?

LMS Selection Presentation Reformulated

Tony Karrer

Missing a few critical questions in the RFP or selection process. Continuing on from my earlier posts: LMS Selection Team and Stakeholders LMS Selection Process Great suggestions from everyone. I've decided that Wendy's suggestion of asking for participation along the way is a great way to go. Thanks Wendy. My outline has evolved a bit.

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Me, We, Network Presentation at EdMedia

Nancy White

Not very emotive or getting engaged with questions. After all, it was a presentation. View more Keynote presentations from Nancy White.

A Series of Questions

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

What is missing here is the answer to the question, "Is this all there is?" The second installment in my contribution to the iDC discussion. My call to arms of the previous week didn't really attract the attention of this list. Whether that be because it was either trivial or implausible I cannot judge. Let me explain.

A humorous presentation of Blogs vs. Wikis

Nancy White

The real question is, how do we get real about the role of control and/or openess is our work! Enjoy the video.

Questions Before You Ask

Tony Karrer

Let me set this up a bit … I've said many times in presentations and on this blog that I really like to get questions. It's so much fun that I spend time on posts like Social Grid Follow-up just going through and answering the questions that came up during the presentation. Figure Out What the Real Question Is 7.

Models for Learning Questions

Tony Karrer

Questions There were some great questions during the session. Avoid the Culture Question 3. Instead, you often don't quite know what content will be covered and accountability is more the end result – for example, a presentation might need to be created. Great question. I described some common eLearning 2.0 Help?