Notes from 2004

Harold Jarche

I’ve gone through my 2004 posts, which was my first year of full-time blogging on this site, and here is what still remains interesting. Note that in 2004, blogging was not mainstream yet. In 2004, I posted for the first time, “Learning is business, and business is learning – finally.&#. “Social networks, communities of practice, expertise locators, etc.

diverse networks, strong relationships

Harold Jarche

Being engaged with a diverse network of people who share their knowledge makes for more effective workers. Understanding how to do this becomes a key business skill in the network era. “We Sharing complex knowledge requires trusted professional relationships.

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human networks connect through empathy

Harold Jarche

We are only as good as our networks. Our decisions reflect the diversity of our networks. How do we understand the complexity of social networks? Empathy is a requisite perspective for the network era.

Social networks and engineering serendipity in the workplace

Ross Dawson

and Google are doing in the space, the article continues: As Yahoo and Google see it, serendipity is largely a byproduct of social networks. As brought out in the New York Times article, this relates strongly to the domain of social networks, which I have been studying since the 1990s.

the core competency for network era work

Harold Jarche

Since first writing about PKM in 2004 , I have continuously worked at improving the model, identifying emergent practices and tools, and promoting the need to let people manage their own learning in the workplace. Networked individuals are more resilient and adaptive than any organization.

Growing a Bigger Brain with a Larger Social Network

Eide Neurolearning

Monday, January 31, 2011 Growing a Bigger Brain with a Larger Social Network The bigger your social network, the bigger your brain - well, at least your amygdala. To calculate your social network, fill out the Social Network Index here.

Reflections on the early days of social networking as LinkedIn reaches 100 million users

Ross Dawson

While I closely followed the social networking space at the time, I didn’t join many. When I was writing Living Networks in 2002 there were no true social networking applications in existence. I had eagerly joined SixDegrees.com , the very first social networking application, not long after it was founded in 1997, highly excited by its potential. As it happens this model closer to LinkedIn than any of the other major social networking platforms of today.

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: GIO 3.0 - The 2007 Global Innovation Outlook

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The Global Innovation Outlook is an experiment that we started in 2004 to help us better surface new and unforeseen opportunities for business and societal innovation.

Grassroots Community Building through Social Networks

Harold Jarche

Grassroots Community Building through Social Networks is the topic that John Gunn ( Moncton ITA ) and I will be discussing at PodCamp Halifax on Sunday.

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: Some Thoughts on Multidisciplinary Innovation

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

» November 12, 2007 Some Thoughts on Multidisciplinary Innovation The 2004 US National Innovation Initiative succinctly pointed out that "[Innovation] is multidisciplinary and technologically complex. Enterprises are becoming more open, networked, dynamic and collaborative, so they can better address the requirement of a fast changing and unpredictable marketplace.

SWITCH festival shows the power and potential of cross-industry collaboration

Ross Dawson

I first met Mark Zawacki when I did the opening keynote at the ANZA Technology Conference in Silicon Valley in 2004, and Mark was also a speaker at the event. They will bring intellectual property and energy to the event, to see how the exceptional network present can catalyse new cross-domain ideas and innovations. The post SWITCH festival shows the power and potential of cross-industry collaboration appeared first on Trends in the Living Networks.

An Amazing Story About a Certified Asshole on This American Life.

Bob Sutton

Forbes.com Video Network: Weed Out the Bad Seed. As regular readers of Work Matters know, since I published The No Asshole Rule in 2007 (or really, since I published a short essay on the rule  in Harvard Business Review in 2004) I have since been deluged with stories about certified assholes of every stripe. Forbes.com Video Network: Weed Out the Bad Seed. Bob Sutton. About Subscribe to this blogs feed Email Me Follow Me @ work_matters. Book Me For A Speech.

Harold Jarche » Interdependent Learning

Harold Jarche

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Has the Economic Meltdown & 9/11 Impacted our Definition of Teams?

Dan Pontefract

There are three key trends or periods that I’d like to highlight: Phase 1 : September, 2001 through June, 2004. Phase 2 : July, 2004 through July 2008. teams budget corporate Culture engagement social networking team work 2.0

Whose Connectivism?

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I would like to make just one point, that it is not "Siemen's 'Connectivism,'" that he gave a name to a theory and approach a number of us had been working on for some time. I don't mind saying I borrow the name from him, but I would certainly say this is as much my theory (and that of numerous other people) as it is his.

How technology is transforming events

Ross Dawson

After events: - Social networking and discussions among people attending the event. I actually did a keynote at the Meetings Industry Association conference in 2004, in which I both spoke about and demonstrated technologies and facilitation structures that will create the future of events, however it looks like I didn’t write anything up from that. Twitter network analysis of events – what’s possible? Business relationships Social networks Technology trends

we are dependent on human connection

Harold Jarche

Our networks are great places for serendipitous connections. The difference between an open social network (e.g. To make sense of our complex world and its often-veiled media sources, we need both open social networks and more closed communities of practice/interest.

understanding the shift

Harold Jarche

None of our institutions, and not even our markets were designed for the network age. We are between a societal form where markets, and to a lesser degree institutions, are the dominant way of organizing and now we are evolving into a network-centric society.

curiosity yields insight

Harold Jarche

The core habit to successfully navigate the network era is curiosity. Curiosity about online sensemaking led me to Lilia Efimova’s research on personal knowledge management in 2004. But my real interest was, and remains, helping people understand our digital networked world.

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workplace learning — yesterday, today, tomorrow

Harold Jarche

Anyway, PKM — introduced to me by Lilia Efimova in 2004 — became my sensemaking framework in order to stay professionally current and to connect with a global knowledge network.

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finding community

Harold Jarche

However, new ideas come from diverse networks with structural holes, often outside the organization. Effective knowledge networks are open and trust emerges through transparency as well as the acceptance of diverse ideas and opinions. The network gives back to us.

mediated relatedness

Harold Jarche

I gave a presentation on ‘Understanding Media for Learner Engagement’ to the UNL Extension network yesterday. One effect of the network era, and its pervasive digital connections, is that networks are replacing or subverting more traditional hierarchies.

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How I use social media

Nancy White

Thanks to social media we have everything from formal courses to networks on Twitter to facilitate “here and now&# learning at any moment we desire (and some we may not desire!) It has changed our experience and understanding of being part of a group, a community or a network.

The 2019 Artificial Intelligence Index

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

This is largely due to the development of a variety of AI accelerators , - such as GPUs and TPUs , - specifically designed to boost the performance of the algorithms used in machine learning, convolutional neural networks , machine vision and other AI applications.

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creative desperation for desperate times

Harold Jarche

The inspiration came from Lilia Efimova in 2004. Here is my advice on how we can work smarter in a networked world. My personal knowledge mastery framework was a result of creative desperation. I had just lost my job.

democracy and equality

Harold Jarche

These were the questions asked during the The Edinburgh Scenarios in 2004. In both cases it is a question whether digital networks will empower people or only those who hold power.

“taking responsibility for our own work and learning”

Harold Jarche

” — Lilia Efimova (2004). Lilia’s writing about personal knowledge mastery was my inspiration to create a framework for sensemaking in this digitally networked world. I was looking for a way to connect and build my knowledge networks.

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Need Your Feedback on my Triangulating Thinking

Nancy White

Lilia has written about it to help me, but now I need my network to help me sharpen my thinking. Triangulating for Success: a practitioner’s experience using external networks to leverage learning and outcomes within organizations and institutions. OK, I need your help.

Organizations, work, and learning

Harold Jarche

They cover the main themes of organizations, work, and learning, that I have been discussing on this blog since 2004. This is another post related to PKM, that focuses on 4 of the skills critical for success in the emerging network era workplace, as identified by the Institute for the Future.

My 25 Years of Ed Tech

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

s easy to forget the importance of the early instant messaging services, because they played such a significant role in developing a lot of the thinking that would eventually result on social networks and more. For me, 2002 was the year of learning object repository networks.

more than re-skilling

Harold Jarche

In a sense personal KM is very entrepreneurial, there are more rewards and more risks in taking responsibility for developing own expertise.” — Lilia Efimova (2004). Skilled and competent workers who cannot relate to others are useless in a networked organization and economy.

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My morning paranoia: Bernie’s scream moment

David Weinberger

Remember the 2004 Dean Scream? CNN has the nerve to title its posting of this video “2004: The scream that doomed Howard Dean.”

citizen sensemaking

Harold Jarche

It is a prime example of helping make the network (country) smarter. Then I would reach out to my professional network. It has only cost me time, and in return I have a rich network to draw upon. I think my network has deeper knowledge than many university courses. “We

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Unlearning

Luis Suarez

movement around 2004. Instead, we’ve now become the product we’d want to sell to others, and, as a result, decided to stop conversing with those who we once called our own social networks or community spaces where conversations were the new currency.

Need Your Feedback on my Triangulating Thinking | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Lilia has written about it to help me, but now I need my network to help me sharpen my thinking. This pattern has three phases: support and personal validation, connection to a community and/or network for practice and learning and finally, external validation.

Extreme Times

Clark Quinn

In 2004, I co-wrote a chapter with Eileen Clegg for Marcia Conner & James G. And, of course, building a network that includes your partners along the supply chain is the symbiotic approach. This was originally intended to be one of my Learning Solutions Mag columns (Quinnsights).

adapting to perpetual beta e-book

Harold Jarche

Adapting to Perpetual Beta continues to explore the network era and its effects on society, business, and education. All of the ideas discussed here have been explored initially on my blog, established in 2004. LEADERSHIP IN THE NETWORK ERA. NETWORKED MANAGEMENT.

Connectivism: Special IRRODL issue

George Siemens

In 2004, connectivism was presented as a new theory of learning that addresses learning in complex, social, networked environments. Sometime last year, Grainne Conole and I managed to convince Terry Anderson to issue a call for papers for a special IRRODL issue on connectivism.

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PKM Workshop 2013

Harold Jarche

There are a few ways to develop skills to be an effective sharer of knowledge in a networked enterprise. You can start, as I did, by researching sense-making and online cooperation in knowledge networks, try out different methods, and then develop your own.

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Learning as Artifact Creation

George Siemens

Today, information is networked and digital. In 2004, I tried to respond to the network/digitization alpha trend by describing the new actions and experiences that were available to learners: Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age. Connectivism was presented as a theory that described how learning happened in networks, complex ambiguous information spaces, digital environments, and the increased opportunities of the participative web.

preparing for perpetual beta

Harold Jarche

I use David Ronfeldt’s TIMN model (2009) to explain that we are shifting from a tri-form society, where markets dominate, to a quadriform society, where networks dominate. Our dominant organizational models need to become network-centric and especially learning-centric.

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Preparing your workforce for tomorrow

Harold Jarche

I created a performance improvement toolbox when I started this blog in 2004, and have kept adding to it over the years. Instead, systems and structures are needed to support social learning in work teams, communities of practice, and looser social networks.

new societal infrastructures

Harold Jarche

In 2004 Bill Draves and Julie Coates wrote Nineshift : Work, life and education in the 21st Centur y. Networks Replace the Pyramid. That was the same year I started blogging here.