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only humans need apply – review

Harold Jarche

In Only Humans Need Apply , the authors identify five ways that people can adapt to automation and intelligent machines. Books Work

Black Box Thinking Review

Harold Jarche

When things go wrong, people have a tendency to want to blame someone, often as soon as possible. And we actually believe them. ” Books PKM

November in Review: Disruption

Jane Hart

This month started with the sad news of the passing of Jay Cross, and since that time there have been many tributes to him. Social learning

Book Review: Originals by Adam Grant

Dan Pontefract

have been sitting on this review of Originals for a couple of weeks. Book Review of WORK RULES: Insights From Inside Google. Individual.

Reinventing Organizations – Review

Harold Jarche

What is a “Teal Organization”? Laloux lists three breakthroughs of Teal organizations: Self-management: driven by peer relationships.

The New How – Review

Harold Jarche

It’s a toolkit for implementing a more collaborative workplace. Co-creation of strategy, especially the How part it, is a major theme here.

The Connected Company Review

Harold Jarche

I received a copy of Dave Gray’s The Connected Company from O’Reilly books and must say that Dave has done a great job. Books

A Review of SAP Jam

Dan Pontefract

Data Points to Date. From there, we’ve seen the following interactions and contributions occur: Comments – 1861. Photos added – 1196.

2015 in Review: Workplace Learning – Trends, Disruption & Change

Jane Hart

Here is my review of 2015 – in both my own blog posts as well as those that I’ve included in my monthly reviews throughout the year. I’ve given each month a theme (sometimes one which extended into later months of the year!) JANUARY – BLENDED LEARNING In What does the term blended learning mean I revealed […].

Third Industrial Revolution – Review

Harold Jarche

Tweet The future should be networked writes Jeremy Rifkin in The Third Industrial Revolution. shift buildings to become local power plants.

Dan Pontefract 2013 Year in Review Infographic

Dan Pontefract

personal year in review 2013 Dan Pontefract infographic 2013 was brilliant. Thanks for dropping by. My network is my net worth. See you in 2014.

Betterness: Review

Harold Jarche

Tweet Umair Haque’s Betterness: Economics for Humans is a quick read and a very cheap book at $2.69 for a Kindle version. Books Communities Wor

The Hyper-social Organization – Review

Harold Jarche

Tweet. The main premise of The Hyper-social Organization is that social media, connectivity and always-on technology are enabling what humans do naturally; to be very social. So one of the keys to success in this new economic reality is to move from a transactional world to a long-term trust-based world. Ditch the rule books and embrace values.

Review: SharePoint Conference 2011

Dan Pontefract

I recently had the opportunity to attend and speak at SharePoint Conference 2011 in Anaheim, California along with roughly 8,000 other attendees.

Rey & Finn of Star Wars Docked 40% On Year-End Performance Review

Dan Pontefract

” “What about Luke’s lightsaber, you know, the entire plot of this performance review related to Rey,” asked Maz? Right?

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Organizations Don’t Tweet – Review

Harold Jarche

Tweet Managers’ authority is being replaced by the need to influence, so how will they manage in the future? Books

The Nature of the Future – Review

Harold Jarche

What will the future look like? Here are some glimpses. Genomera : Crowdsourcing clinical trials. BioCurious : Hackerspace for biotech. Sensemaking.

Review: The Edupunks' Guide, by Anya Kamenetz

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Where is the distinction between different types of research, such as experimental research, say, and literature reviews? I have now had the chance to read The Edupunks' Guide and can now form some opinions based on what I've seen. And if I were forced to summarize my critique in a nutshell, it would be this. Let me explain. The “why.” (p.3)

The TED of all Leadership Management Conferences – A Review of the Drucker Forum 2013

Dan Pontefract

She smiled and said she looked forward to reviewing the book. A for awesome. hopeful change. needed change. An evolutionary change. Promise.

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[review] Cheap Complex Devices

David Weinberger

I’ve got an ever-growing list of books that I intend to write reviews of because they’re so damn interesting. In fact, it’s because they deserve full reviews that I’m not writing any reviews. But there may or may not be a floating point error in the computer. Yeah, I’m being obscure.

Video Review of Drucker Forum 2013

Dan Pontefract

My (video) thoughts on the 5th Annual Global Drucker Forum (2013) held in Vienna, Austria. Drucker Forum

The Problem with Literature Reviews

George Siemens

As any student knows, a literature review is the starting point for almost any article or essay. When at the level of writing a thesis or dissertation, a review of literature is critical. Almost every paper started with a literature review and then moved into the author’s ideas/research.

Where Good Ideas Come From – Review

Harold Jarche

This one sentence sums up the core ideas in Steven Johnson’s book, Where Good Ideas Come From: The natural history of innovation.

Enterprise Social Technology – Review

Harold Jarche

We had them each write the full chapter and submit their version, and we then picked the best. Books

AdaptivePath.org Year 4 Months in Review

Adaptive Path

“What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.”. Jane Goodall. In his words: “[AdaptivePath.org] intensifies and re-invests what we love about who we are and what we can do in the world.” I dusted off my laptop and started writing an email pleading my case to lead the venture.

Reviewing "A New Culture of Learning"

John Hagel

We all have the uncomfortable feeling that the education we received is serving us less and less well. The reassuring notion that the concentrated dose of education in our younger years would serve us well for the rest of lives appears increasingly suspect.  What if there was a different model? The key messages. Embracing tension.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: BOOK REVIEW: The New.

Steve Denning

Posted by: Krmayank | December 28, 2010 at 07:43 PM Most excellent review, Mr. Denning. " (p. Throw your bones away here. Hats off!

Reviewing elearning examples

Clark Quinn

Seven courses were identified as ‘finalists’, and my task was the review each and assign points in several categories. I recently wrote about elearning  garbage , and in case I doubted my assessment, today’s task made my dilemma quite clear.  I was asked to be one of the judges for an elearning contest. This is a problem.

Seeing What Others Don’t – Review

Harold Jarche

Following Gary Klein on his search to find out how insight happens is a pleasurable, even mind-blowing experience. Books Performance Improvement PKM

November 2011 in review

Jane Hart

The mobile world in 60 … Read the rest. Social learning

the hustle economy – review

Harold Jarche

More of us are working in a gig economy, where creativity is valued but job stability is rare. In The Hustle Economy, 25 creative people provide advice on how to survive and succeed. They come from various walks of life, though it is definitely a US-centric perspective. I did not agree with all the writers, Read more » Books Work

September Review

Jane Hart

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October 2011 in Review

Jane Hart

Social learning

A literary review of the DSM-5

Mind Hacks

It’s not often that a review gives you a feeling of both a wholesome read and a guilty pleasure, but Hacking does both with this piece.

Book Review Pointer

Clark Quinn

In case you didn’t see it, eLearn Mag has posted my book review of Mark Warschauer’s insightful book, Learning in the Cloud.   To quote myself: This is … a well-presented, concise, and documented presentation of just what is needed to make a working classroom, and how technology helps.

Working the Past – Review

Harold Jarche

Maintaining a useable past takes work. It is as much work as maintaining a useable building, though very different work, using very different tools.

[2b2k] Cory Doctorow’s review

David Weinberger

Cory Doctorow has reviewed my book Too Big to Know at BoingBoing. It’s the sort of review an author dreams of, not only because it’s positive, but because it gets the book better than the author does

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The Power of Habit: Quick Review

Bob Sutton

The Power of Habit has been sitting on my desk for a couple months, as the publisher sent me an advance copy.    What a compelling read! 

Book Review: When Millennials Take Over and the Fluid Workplace

Beth Kanter

They’ve based their writing on an ongoing survey of Millennials in the workplace as well as an extensive research literature review.

Reviewing "The Social Network" - Constructing Grand Narrative

John Hagel

On the other side of the fence, we have the movie reviewers in the mainstream media who have, almost without exception, been ecstatic about the movie.    In fact, the website Metacritic indicates that the movie now has a metascore of 97, based on 40 movie reviewers, the highest score of any movie currently showing.