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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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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are you prepared?

Harold Jarche

The depth and diversity of our professional networks is the new version of job security. One of the reasons I started working on PKM, in 2004, was to stay current in my profession. I became quite interested in understanding the network era and how the world of work will change.

integrating personal knowledge mastery

Harold Jarche

I developed the personal knowledge mastery (PKM) framework for myself, beginning in 2004, as a way to make sense of all the digital information flows around me and to connect with others to improve my practice.

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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.

Content Delivery Networks

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

There are 1450 points of presence (POPs), 950 networks or ISPs in 67 countries. Where the content is not served by an ‘Akamai Accelerated Network Partner’ the request is subjected to a more general ‘core point analysis’. There are two major approaches: First, network topology.

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.

Please tell me about your PKM

Harold Jarche

Jon and his wirearchy framework have been an integral part of my views on the network era workplace since 2004. Considering that in complex, networked environments, where work is learning and learning is the work, would it not be better to find out how people are learning?

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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.

Analysis and Support of MOOCs

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

My contributions to the Network Learning 'Hot Seat' addressing the question, "How do we analyse and support the networked interactions of thousands of people learning together?" With respect to the analysis of the networked interactions, it's not clear to me that we should even be doing this, at least, not in the sense suggested by the question. Wellman is interested in the formation and definition of community, and social network theory.

Google+ and the Unsettled World of Social Media

Andy McAfee

Facebook (which was launched in 2004) was different than MySpace (thank Heaven), Twitter (2006) was different than Facebook, and G+ (2011) is different than either. Anyone think that G+ is the final form of social networking tools?

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.

The race to platform education

George Siemens

As liberating as the web is, tremendous centralization of control is occurring in numerous spaces: Google in search/advertising/Android, Amazon in books/cloud computing, Facebook in social networks, etc. Facebook has mastered this in the social network space as well. Facebook is now well past being a social network. I guess that’s why Facebook is now bigger than the web was in 2004.

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.

Activate your knowledge

Harold Jarche

For an individual, this means a need to establish and maintain a personal network (Nardi et al., PKM is much more than processing information. It’s about ideas, conversations and especially relationships. Most of all, PKM is a framework to actually do knowledge work.

PKM: The Book

Harold Jarche

I have been writing about personal knowledge management on this blog since 2004. The more and better we share our knowledge, the more resilient become our networks. PKM is every person’s part of the new social contract in the network era, in my opinion.

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I Learned A Lot At My First-Ever F Up Nights

Dan Pontefract

Of course beer is encouraged and naturally there is time for networking before and after the speakers. ” In 2004, Clayton was COO of a web development shop called Mercurial Communications. They even cooked up an App Store – and this was back in 2004.

Open Education, MOOCs, and Opportunities

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

SCORM 2004 remains the dominant learning resources specification in both the corporate and academic learning technology marketplace to this day. Content Syndication Networks The concept of content syndication originates with the newspaper industry. What we now know as the social web, and the social network, evolved from these origins. In addition, an alternative content syndication framework, called Distributed Learning Object Repository Network (DLORN) was developed.

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.

my pkm story

Harold Jarche

I started down the path of personal knowledge mastery in 2004, inspired by Dave Pollard , Denham Gray , and others. “To For me, there was little doubt that something like PKM was necessary to keep up in the network era.

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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

Enterprise 2.0 and Social Business are Hollow Shells without Democracy

Harold Jarche

As work and learning become integrated in a networked society, I see great opportunities to create better employment models. Thomas Malone, in The Future of Work (2004) envisaged four potential organizational models for the network era: Loose hierarchies.

Introducing Future Perfect

Steven Berlin Johnson

What they fail to recognize is that there can be power and intelligence in a swarm, and if you’re trying to do battle against a distributed network like global capitalism, you’re better off becoming a distributed network yourself. Emergence inspired some of the early crowdfunding strategies employed by the Howard Dean campaign in 2004. It’s called Future Perfect: The Case For Progress In A Networked Age.

Shifting responsibility by taking responsibility

Harold Jarche

With the age of print almost over, it is ironic that we may get even less diversity of news and opinions in the age of networks. Therefore, in this emerging network era, we will need to connect to other people, not centralized information sources, for our own sense-making.

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Separating advertising’s wheat and chaff

Doc Searls

In their landmark study, “The Waste in Advertising is the Part that Works” ( Journal of Advertising Research , December, 2004, pp. Advertising used to be simple. You knew what it was, and where it came from.

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Non-Research Citations in the Siemens Research Study

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

2004). elearnspace › Digital Learning Research Network (dLRN ). Retrieved from [link] research-network-dlrn/ Thomson, P., Defending himself against my criticism of his recently released research study on distance and online learning, George Siemens tweets: Au contraire mon frère. There are many non-research articles cites, with a particular preference toward foundations, consultants, a few blogs and news and magazine articles.

2497 and counting

Harold Jarche

For example, I have the flow (148 posts to date) of my thoughts on personal knowledge management since my first post in 2004. I have also developed ideas around the knowledge-sharing paradox ; how our work structures drive sociopathic behaviours ; and management in networks.

Becoming MOOC

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

A student who cannot navigate complex websites, search for and assess resources, or make new friends through a social network may have difficulty navigating through a cMOOC. Not everyone is a part of the network. Siemens, 2004) What, then, would promote learner efficacy even in chaotic or noisy environments? 2004, December 12). There are two types of MOOCs. On the one hand, there is the xMOOC - this is a formal course created in a site like Coursera or EdX.

What blogging was

David Weinberger

At the turn of the millennium there was no MySpace (2003) and no Facebook (2004). Blogrolls were an early social network. Except: Much expertise has migrated to blogs, blogs have uncovered many experts, and the networking of bloggy knowledge makes a real difference.). At a recent Fellows Hour at the Berkman Center the topic was something like “Whatever happened to blogging?,”

Buzzword: Micro-learning

Xyleme

As a term, “micro-learning” has been around since about 2004, when it was put forward in a PhD thesis by Gerhard Gassler. Catching up on what my Twitter network are sharing, whilst waiting for a train.

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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.

Harold Jarche » Big Consulting Companies Jumping on Bandwagon 2.0

Harold Jarche

Posted on December 23rd, 2007 by Harold Jarche It looks like social media (wikis, blogs & social networking) are going the way of e-learning and knowledge management (KM). Home About Consulting Contact Key Posts Clients Toolbox Français Harold Jarche Entries RSS | Comments RSS Subscribe by e-mail Twitter Faves planetrussell: "Globalization creates interlocking fragility, while giving the appearance of stability." " —Nassim Nicholas Taleb, PhD.

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