The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: HBR on How to Fix.

Steve Denning

» January 06, 2011 HBR on How to Fix Capitalism: A Bandage on a Cancer Michael Porter, strategy guru extraordinaire , and Mark Kramer have an article in the January 2011 issue of Harvard Business Review entitled How To Fix Capitalism.

PBS: How to fix America? First, diagnose the problem right.

Steve Denning

Start with the heart » December 21, 2010 PBS: How to fix America? PBS has an interesting site entitled “ How to Fix America ” The introduction reads: “Not to overstate the obvious, but America is having a pretty tough go of it these days.

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Should Employees Schedule Time To Be Social?

Dan Pontefract

I asked a question, “ how do you manage all of your priorities between work, family, friends, fun and health ?” But in mid-stream to their poignant answers, my mind began wandering. That “it” I’m referring to above is my latest contemplation.

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Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Gladwells Cellular Church

John Hagel

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel Exploration of emerging innovations on a broad array of edges that are rising up to challenge the core About Recent Posts The Great Reset Passion and Flow Economic Recovery? They adopted and refined the technique of organizing in small cells to achieve change.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Ready for Web 3.0?

John Hagel

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel Exploration of emerging innovations on a broad array of edges that are rising up to challenge the core About Recent Posts The Great Reset Passion and Flow Economic Recovery? Phil Wainewright seems to think so. Maybe we are starting to see Web 2.5.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Ive got to create a podcast on how to podcast.got any great resources?

Mark Oehlert

Main | Bad Words and Politics: Politweets and Twittertale » January 29, 2008 Ive got to create a podcast on how to podcast.got any great resources? It is a companion to the Podcasting for Dummies book. Try this: How to create a podcast.

moving to social learning

Harold Jarche

Those who know how to search, find and make the connections will succeed. Therefore we turn to our friends and trusted colleagues, who are those with whom we have shared experiences, which means that we need to share experiences in order to trust each other.

Is hierarchy inevitable? Or is the end nigh?

Steve Denning

I’m currently reading The Three Ways of Getting Things Done: Hierarchy, Heterarchy and Responsible Autonomy in Organizations (Dorset, UK: Triarchy Press, 2005), a slender gem of a book by Gerard Fairtlough, which was recommended on this list by ParadigmLeaps. " More to come.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Wikipatterns: A How-To Site on Driving the Adoption of Wikis Within Your Organization

Mark Oehlert

A collection of patterns and anti-patterns (or actually resistance patterns) for moving forward with Wikis within your organization. Each entry begins with a short descriptor : " Most people want to see the upcoming meetings agenda. Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us

Social learning is how work gets redesigned in the network era

Harold Jarche

Weisbord shows that even large group, participatory redesign efforts may not be good enough to deal with the rapid environmental changes all organizations face today in a networked world. Weisbord’s conclusion tells us that we have to work on these things together.

build your own edge

Harold Jarche

But our organizations are not designed for complexity. One example of using the collective wisdom of an organization is to map a path forward. Part of the secret was to prepare the existing culture by embracing pathfinders from the new culture. “So

Why Are We Stuck in a World of Slow Economic Growth? Nobody Seems to Know

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

These have enabled them to analyze and predict the behavior of our highly complex physical systems under widely different conditions. But in the end, they didn’t arrive at consensus reasons for the slow growth or how long it will likely last, - years or decades.

The Smart Worker : shares what s/he learns

Jane Hart

This is the 4th in a series of posts about how L&D departments can move forward from their traditional role of creating, delivering and managing formal learning. The Smart Worker : needs immediate access to solutions to performance problems. Tweet.

Is Design Thinking the “New Liberal Arts”?

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Design thinking is now being applied to abstract entities, - e.g. systems, services, information and organizations, - as well as to devise strategies, manage change and solve complex problems. It is not confined to an art medium or to any technology.”.

Leadership emerges from network culture

Harold Jarche

Tweet Even five years ago it was not the norm to work at a distance. Employers wanted to keep workers on-site, when it made no sense, as this post from 2005 noted: virtual work, but we need you onsite. They have to be trusted to get the work done.

The Collateral Damage of Selfish Leadership

Dan Pontefract

No, it’s doesn’t have anything to do with pig farming and it’s also not some new form of Canadian doughnut, but it illustrates the collateral damage of a selfish leader rather well. The same phrase is used in basketball, but replace puck with ball to get “ball hog”.

The World Cafe Community – Virtual Cafes? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Published by Nancy White at 11:09 am under community indicators , events , facilitation , online facilitation , online interaction There is a very interesting conversation buzzing around in various locations online about how to do World Cafes online. Lots to learn and explore.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Someone buy me this poster

Mark Oehlert

T2 Subscribe to e-Clippings (a division of blogoehlert) gapingvoid Understanding Comics Quoth he. Clay Shirky My latest additions to del.icio.us The Lewin Links This link should take you to the page I have on del.icio.us where I am linking to all the Lewin stuff I find.

7 critical aspects of Tibbr’s big step forward for enterprise social software

Ross Dawson

I hope to have the video of my presentation up before long. It’s now time to offer my own thoughts. The familiarity of the interface makes it immediately easy to use and understand for almost anyone. If you agree, your time has come, given Tibbr provides exactly that style of front end to virtually all corporate activity. It has been fascinating to watch the evolution of social media over the last decade and the trial and error discovery of what works.

Curiouser and Curiouser

Andy McAfee

First of all, kind thanks are due to all the people who took the time to write with suggestions on how to have a good time in that city. Hemingway was right – if Paris didn’t exist, we’d have to invent it. It was good to be back. I think it’s the year’s best opportunity to catch up with both the top academic work being done on IT, and with the people doing it. How did IT evolve during their growth path?

Trust and the On-Demand Economy

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

In 1937, Coase published a seminal paper, The Nature of the Firm , in which he explained that, in principle, a firm should be able to find the cheapest, most productive goods and services by contracting them out in an efficient, open marketplace.

Network Learning PKM Workshop Notes

Harold Jarche

It is focused on mastering social media for networked learning, and is based on my work with PKM (personal knowledge management) since 2005. I use Seek-Sense-Share as an initial framework to explain how to set up a personalized PKM process: 1.

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Everything’s Coming Up Networks (except learning)

Jay Cross

They appreciate the incoming generation’s new approach to working without limits. But in the long run, people are eager to express themselves and enterprise collegiality is the path to “knowing what HP knows.” Smart organizations will get good at it.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): OMG.There are spies everywhere sabotaging our organizations!!

Mark Oehlert

» June 14, 2008 OMG.There are spies everywhere sabotaging our organizations!! OK at least now we have an explanation for what has been going on in all of organizations. This is a manual from 1944 that taught spies how to sabotage everything from railways to organizations. It came to light as part of a presentation at the Enterprise 2.0 " Never permit short-cuts to be taken in order to expedite decisions. (2) How about it?

What I Learned About Philanthropy, Fundraising, and Social Impact at IFCAsia in Bangkok

Beth Kanter

In 2005, we got a chance to meet face-to-face in London at the Global Voices Blogging Summit after I transitioned from being the Cambodia bridge blogger. So, it was really a great honor to co-teach a master class on digital strategy and two crowdfunding workshops.

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Blogs in Education

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

A blog is a personal website that contains content organized like a journal or a diary. Though blogs are typically thought of as personal journals, there is no limit to what may be covered in a blog. It is common for people to write blogs to describe their work, their hobbies, their pets, social and political issues, or news and current events. Blogs are connected to each other to form what is commonly known as the ‘blogosphere’. 2005). 2005).

Vendor-neutral

Harold Jarche

In 2005, social learning online was a fringe activity that we had to test using open source platforms like Drupal. Now they use our words to sell their products. I have advised vendors on how to improve their products but my aim is not to make an easy market for their sales.

Could the End of Moore’s Law Be Near? If so, What’s Next?

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

I can personally attest to his deep understanding of technology and the IT industry, given the many discussions we’ve had over the years. . In The Next Wave, Markoff talks about a wide variety of topics, but I’d like to focus my attention on what I think is the main thread throughout the report, the state of Moore’s Law , - the observation that the number of transistors in an integrated circuit has been doubling approximately every two years. .

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Musings on “community management” Part 1 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Apr 28 2008 Musings on “community management&# Part 1 Published by Nancy White at 6:33 am under Uncategorized , online facilitation photo credit: CaseyLessard Chris Brogan has a great post today on online community management – a must read if you have or are considering an online community in your business or organization.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: A genuine Sputnik moment.

Steve Denning

» January 26, 2011 A genuine Sputnik moment means thinking bigger thoughts “Half a century ago, when the Soviets beat us into space with the launch of a satellite called Sputnik¸ we had no idea how we’d beat them to the moon. Instead we need to be think bigger thoughts.

Reflections on Ten Years of Blogging

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

For many people, myself included, the Netscape IPO marked the passage of the Internet from a network primarily used by universities, research labs and the technical community in general, to the universal platform for content, communications and commerce it’s since become. .

Use Social Media to Reel in Big Fish Donors

Beth Kanter

Use Social Media to Reel in Big Fish Donors Guest Post By Geri Stengel, Ventureneer. Find out how one successful nonprofit leader does it. Many nonprofits already use social media, including mobile, to raise money among individual donors. Use social media to engage in a dialog.

Seven years and 95 theses

Harold Jarche

They can when people outside the organization take advantage of ridiculously easy group-forming. However, are there any workplace examples, where existing management practices were forced to change? It’s just too easy to see through the smoke when you post every day.

Response to Dron

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I don''t want to restate the theses of connectivism as I understand it but it may help readers of Jon Dron''s to identify where his exegesis leads him into misunderstanding. Here''s his paper , which you may need to read first. I also don''t care whether it is original to me, whether it borrows from someone else''s work, or any of the usual academic trappings. Dron also seeks to establish a wedge between what I describe and what George Siemens described.

Becoming a Digital Business: Progress and Obstacles

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

A few weeks ago, McKinsey released Bullish on Digital , a short report on how companies are faring with digital technologies and strategies based on a recent online survey of 850 CEOs and other senior executives. But, these digital customers can be fickle and hard to satisfy.

Timing is Everything

Jay Cross

Your perspective on time is vital to the way you make decisions and lead your life. Right now your mind is looking to the past for viable solutions or monitoring present resources or scanning the future for new opportunities. They refuse to take anything at face value.

The TED of all Learning Conferences #LWF12

Dan Pontefract

On the dates of 25 January through 26 January, 2012, I had the opportunity to participate for the first time in the Learning Without Frontiers “ Future of Learning Conference and Festival ” held at Olympia in London, England. It was far too weird and off topic to the conference themes.

Why doesn’t management advance?

Steve Denning

Several in particular stand out for me: Gary Hamel’s classic article, “Moonshots for Management” (HBR, February 2009) which sounded the alarm that there was something fundamentally wrong with the way many organizations were being managed and called for a wholesale reinvention. At the same time, I also find in HBR quite a few articles that purport to be forward progress, but in fact represent a determined march back into the past. economy in the period from 1980 to 2005.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: Is the problem with.

Steve Denning

Main | Do you want to attend a live storytelling event in Washington DC in the Spring? » January 08, 2011 Is the problem with capitalism that people are trying to fix it? The mindset is: “We will try to understand  the customers’ needs and do our best to help meet them.”

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195 posts about MOOCs

Jay Cross

In response to the number of learners, the term MOOC (massive open online course) was coined by Dave Cormier and Bryan Alexander. Open Letter to Canadian Universities. And if I were forced to summarize my critique in a nutshell, it would be this. Feel free to stop here.).

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