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lucky 13

Harold Jarche

Today marks 13 years of blogging here, with 2,901 posts. Here are a few of my thoughts on blogging over the years. Communities

The Fourth Industrial Revolution - Risks and Benefits

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Artificial intelligences and robotics stood out, getting the highest risk scores, as well as one of the highest benefits scores.

Another model for support

Clark Quinn

I was thinking about today’s post , wherein I was talking about a couple of packages that  might help organizations move forward. I was reflecting back on some previous posts about engagement models, and was reminded of a more recent one. And I realized this has played out in a couple of ways. For each, my role was to lead the design.

Beyond Training – The importance of Workwide Learning (New article in the Modern Workplace Learning Magazine)

Jane Hart

My new article in the MWL Magazine is here: Beyond Training – The importance of workwide learning “There is a lot of talk about lifelong learning – but most of it focuses on lifelong education – that is continuously taking courses throughout your life … but lifelong education is only … Social learning

beta conversation 2017-03-01

Harold Jarche

I will be hosting the next Beta Conversation on Wednesday, March 1st at 16:00 GMT/UTC (08:00 Pacific, 11:00 Eastern, 17:00 CET). Open discussion.

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the arts in perpetual beta

Harold Jarche

Next month I will be facilitating a workshop at The Arts in a Digital World Summit , hosted in Montreal by the Canada Council for the Arts.

Why women don’t report sexual harassment

Mind Hacks

Julie A. The three sexually harassing questions were (1) Do you have a boyfriend? (2) Do people find you desirable? 2001). gender Other People

Book Review: Joan Garry’s Guide to Nonprofit Leadership

Beth Kanter

You will notice that there is a trash can on the cover of her book with the tagline, “Because Nonprofits Are Messy.” Books

Sunday Selection: Measure what Matters, Design Less, Don’t Force Fun, and more

Jane Hart

Here are the articles and news I shared last week in my tweets and retweets. Big thanks to @markwschaefer for including me in his new book, Known. Here’s the link to find out more https://t.co/51wluelZCR 51wluelZCR pic.twitter.com/ane075Ixdw — Jane Hart (@C4LPT) February 11, 2017 If You Want to Learn Faster, Overclock … Social learning

pkm à montréal

Harold Jarche

Un nouveau paradigme de gestion émerge de cette nouvelle réalité. Introduction aux stratégies de gestion de l’information pour vaincre l’infobésité.

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Blog Post: Non-violent communication: Ed you have a big mouth!

David Gurteen

By David Gurteen My daughter Sally posted a short item on her blog recently about the verb "to be" and violent communication. Credit: Sally Gurteen.

Experience & judgement

Dave Snowden

One story I did tell relates to a key aspect of knowledge that I have referenced or hinted at in recent posts. Now that is not the way to do it.

Do YOU like gamification?

Jane Hart

Gamification is all the rage,  but the jury is out whether it really works or not. I’m writing an article for the MWL magazine so please let me know what YOU think of it by taking my short Twitter poll.  Many thanks. I am writing an article on gamification. Please … Social learning

The biggest bust in Santa Barbara is about to go down

Doc Searls

He was also for awhile the primary landowner on the Riviera, which is the loaf-shaped hill overlooking the city’s downtown. June 23, 2005.

Story of the Week: Train to O'Hare

Nine Shift

Smart train advocates in Chicago are proposing a train station at O'Hare Airport.  O'Hare Airport already has a light rail station. Very exciting.

Cadence & granularity

Dave Snowden

Cadence and granularity represent concepts where we get some strong links between Cynefin and Kanban. if its Cynefin. Reflections

Blog Post: Zoom as a platform for virtual Knowledge Caf?s

David Gurteen

By David Gurteen I mentioned last month that I was experimenting with a potential virtual Knowledge Café platform - Zoom Meetings. Well I am delighted to say that the two experiments I ran clearly demonstrated that Zoom was more than up to the task. have written up why it is viable and how it works - take a look.

Sunday Selection: Measure what Matters, Design Less, Don’t Force Fun, and more

Jane Hart

Here are the articles and news I shared last week in my tweets and retweets. Big thanks to @markwschaefer for including me in his new book, Known. Here’s the link to find out more https://t.co/51wluelZCR 51wluelZCR pic.twitter.com/ane075Ixdw — Jane Hart (@C4LPT) February 11, 2017 If You Want to Learn Faster, Overclock … Social learning

The Keynesian Marketplace of Ideas

David Weinberger

The awesome Tim Hwang (disclosure: I am a complete fanboy) has posted an essay. arguing that we should take something like a Keynesian approach to the “marketplace of ideas” that we were promised with the Internet. think there’s something really helpful about this, but that ultimately the metaphor gets in the way of itself. Fix it.

Third time lucky

Dave Snowden

They have a deep hobbit obsession at Wellington Airport as you can see from the picture. But we made it, just …. Trivia

Blog Post: I am asking you for permission to continue

David Gurteen

By David Gurteen What with Brexit and Trump I have been dismayed this last year by the lack of respect that people, especially politicians show for each other. How are we ever going to sort out the problems we face in the world if we can't talk respectfully with each other

More on travel

Dave Snowden

Just over fourteen hours from my last post and I’m in the lounge at Singapore having managed around four hours os intermittent sleep.

On travel …

Dave Snowden

Now its the second set of repairs on the Rimowa and its a quality design. But the real value is the design. The same is true for individuals. Musings

Blog Post: Gurteen Knowledge Tweets: February 2017

David Gurteen

By David Gurteen Here are some of my more popular recent tweets. Take a look, if you are not a Tweeter, you will get a good idea of how I use it by browsing the list of micro-posts. Decisions Are Emotional, Not Logical: The Neuroscience behind Decision Making [link]. MIT Researchers Made a “GPS for Social Interaction” [link]. link] #KM.

Blog Post: Exploring the relationship between space, collaboration and knowledge transfer

David Gurteen

By David Gurteen A few years ago Paul Corney asked a number of Knowledge & Information Management (KIM) professionals about the environment in which they worked. He believes that creating the right environment is one of the core requirements to nurturing a culture where people are willing to share.