perpetual beta 2020

Harold Jarche

After 3,300 blog posts, the latest installment in the Perpetual Beta Series is now available — Perpetual Beta 2020. The final nine chapters are based on observations and ideas generated through 2019 and 2020. They build on the first eleven chapters, from a 2020 perspective.

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Announcing Speak Aid 2020

Dan Pontefract

One of the norms to have seemingly vanished overnight was … Continue reading "Announcing Speak Aid 2020". The post Announcing Speak Aid 2020 appeared first on Dan Pontefract. Speak Aid 2020 conference leadership speakingIn this time of uncertainty, angst and working from home, patterns have changed and new norms are quickly being crafted.

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Thank You To The Clients Who Hired Me In 2020

Dan Pontefract

A short video of thanks to the organizations that hired the Pontefract Group and me (Dan Pontefract) for culture assessments, consultative work, workshops, keynotes, and… The post Thank You To The Clients Who Hired Me In 2020 appeared first on Pontefract Group.

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top tools 2020

Harold Jarche

” and this year has added, “How has lockdown affected the tools used for learning and development in 2020?” Top Tools for Learning 2020. Every year, Jane Hart asks, “What are the most popular, useful, valuable, digital tools for learning?”

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debunking handbook 2020

Harold Jarche

The Debunking Handbook 2020 has just been published and is an excellent free guide to address the mass amounts of misinformation, disinformation, and propaganda that flow through our digital communications everyday and then influence real life behaviours. Image: The Debunking Handbook 2020.

Top 10 Tools for Learning 2020

Clark Quinn

The post Top 10 Tools for Learning 2020 appeared first on Learnlets. It’s time, once again, for Jane Hart’s excellent Top 10 Tools for Learning survey. And, so, it’s time once again for my reflections. Here are my take on the top 10 tools that support my learning.

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The Future of Online Learning 2020

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

This is an edited text transcript from my presentation from April 27, 2020. You know, hundreds now are predicting the future of online learning in 2020 and beyond. Presentation page (audio, video, slides): [link] This talk is about change.

Speak Aid 2020 (a free virtual leadership conference) Is Now Open For Public Registration

Dan Pontefract

I’m so excited to let you know that Speak Aid 2020 is now open for public registration. 34 world-class speakers have waived their fees to deliver a series of free … Continue reading "Speak Aid 2020 (a free virtual leadership conference) Is Now Open For Public Registration". The post Speak Aid 2020 (a free virtual leadership conference) Is Now Open For Public Registration appeared first on Dan Pontefract. Speak Aid 2020 speaking conference leadership speakaid2020

Cynefin St David’s Day 2020 (1 of n)

Dave Snowden

The post Cynefin St David’s Day 2020 (1 of n) appeared first on Cognitive Edge. On St David’s Day last year, I started a five-part series of posts to update the Cynefin Framework, all illustrated by pictures of the mountains of Eryri, or Snowdonia if you want to use the Saxon which derives from Snow Dun, or snow hill. For followers of this blog you will know those mountains are a key part of my own Cynefin; a sense of multiple belongings.

My Top Personal Learning Tools 2020

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Jane Hart has issued her annual call for our top ten e-learning tools, and here's mine. I've named my list 'personal learning tools' because I think of learning as an activity that blends my own activities as a 'student' with those as a 'teacher'.

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ITA Jay Cross Award 2020

Clark Quinn

The Internet Time Alliance Jay Cross Memorial Award for 2020 is presented to Andrew Jacobs. The post ITA Jay Cross Award 2020 appeared first on Learnlets. The Internet Time Alliance Award, in memory of Jay Cross , is presented to a workplace learning professional who has contributed in positive ways to the field of Informal Learning and is reflective of Jay’s lifetime of work.

ITA Jay Cross Award 2020

Harold Jarche

The Internet Time Alliance Jay Cross Memorial Award for 2020 is presented to Andrew Jacobs. Andrew Jacobs: ITA Jay Cross Award Recipient 2020. The Internet Time Alliance Award, in memory of Jay Cross, is presented to a workplace learning professional who has contributed in positive ways to the field of Informal Learning and is reflective of Jay’s lifetime of work. Recipients champion workplace and social learning practices inside their organization and/or on the wider stage.

Cynefin St David’s Day 2020 (2 of n)

Dave Snowden

The post Cynefin St David’s Day 2020 (2 of n) appeared first on Cognitive Edge In my first post in this series, I talked about the renaming of the disorder domain into A/C (for short) standing for Aporetic or Confused for what used to be called authentic or inauthentic disorder. Now before people get hung up on language, if you are presenting Cynefin for the first time then you are unlikely to use the liminal version and you can just call it confused.

Welcome to 2020 Tools News

Jane Hart

In 2020 we’ll be highlighting some tools for learning in a series of blog posts. Some tools may already appear on the Top Tools for Learning 2019 list, others may be new to the list. The aim is to demonstrate the wide range of resources and services that are available to support personal as well […]. Modern Workplace Learning

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How Covid Is Reordering the Global Economy

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

A global digital labour market, spurred by firms’ investments in technology, might unleash a new wave of innovation… 2020 could be the start of an era in which populism wobbles while economic policymaking escapes from a rut.”.

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Networks and Complexity (1)

Dave Snowden

Complex human systems, such as organizations, communities or economies, go hand-in-hand with networks.

Open Learning, Open Networks - Online Learning in 2020

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

This is an unedited auto-transcript of the talk delivered November 3, 2020. Hello. Hello everyone pleasure to be here today. This presentation will be in English. I'm going to be talking about open learning open networks and. Just a few just a few notes to begin our presentation.

Returning to constraints

Dave Snowden

The more astute reader may have noticed that I have been writing a series of blog posts that update previous work and explore new ways of defining the general field of naturalising sense-making, and more particularly anthro-complexity as a key aspect of that field.

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best finds of 2020

Harold Jarche

Here are some of the best of my fortnightly Friday’s Finds of 2020. Happy New Year 2021! Hope and fear cannot occupy the same space. Invite one to stay.” — Maya Angelou. The first and final thing you have to do in this world is to last it and not be smashed by it.” Ernest Hemingway. “To

Modern Workplace Learning 2020 now available as a paperback

Jane Hart

Modern Workplace Learning 2020 is now ALSO available as a paperback (as an alternative to the online/PDF version). 10% discount until the end of March. Modern Workplace Learning

Performance Ecosystem Maturity Model

Clark Quinn

Someone on LinkedIn asked about a way to evaluate orgs on their learning infrastructure. And I had developed a Performance Ecosystem Maturity Model as part of Revolutionize Learning & Development, but…I hadn’t presented it. At least not in full. Here I rectify that ;). (A

The Social Network Is the Computer

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

“Human beings have always been a social species,” writes MIT professor Sinan Aral in the opening paragraph of The Hype Machine , his recently published book. “We’ve been communicating, cooperating, and coordinating with one another since we were hunting and gathering.”

The straw man fallacy

Dave Snowden

One of the things that most irritates me on social media is the complete ignorance people seem to have of the Straw-man fallacy in logic.

How to Emerge Stronger in the Post-Pandemic New Normal

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

“What now?,” asked a recent McKinsey article on the implications of Covid for business. “Over the past six months, they have reorganized supply chains, set up remote operations, and made tough financial decisions.

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What Is Objective Reality?

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

I learned about The Constitution of Knowledge , - a 2018 National Affairs essay by author and journalist Jonathan Rauch , - from a recent OpEd by NY Times columnist David Brooks.

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Why Business Transformation Efforts Often Fail

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

As the pandemic crisis recedes in the months and years ahead, it’ll be interesting to see whether the transformations firms were forced to make in 2020 take hold and accelerate or whether things snap back to the way they were.

Top Tools for Learning 2020

Jane Hart

The Top Tools for Learning 2020 was compiled by Jane Hart from the results of the 14th Annual Learning Tools Survey, and released on 1 September 2020. For observations and infographics of this year’s list, see Analysis 2020. For general information about the survey and this website, visit the About page. Modern Workplace Learning

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Twelvetide 20:02 Carbon is not silicon

Dave Snowden

In this second post within the knowledge management section, I want to summarise some of the material on human cognition and decision making that I and others rely on within the wider field of sense-making.

Separate content from description

Clark Quinn

Once again facing folks who aren’t using styles, I was triggered to think more deeply about the underlying principle. That is, to separate content from description. It’s a step forward in what we can do with systems to bring about a more powerful human-aligned system.

“… intire of it selfe”

Dave Snowden

A health warning – this is an exploratory post starting to develop an anthro-complexity theory of organisational change. As such I am working through some of the basic science relating to the constraints within which such a theory can be developed. This is Praxis in action!

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Stalin or Lincoln?

Dave Snowden

This post continues an earlier series on the theme of Leadership and is the third post in that series. Links to the first two posts can be found in my post of yesterday.

Mostly harmless

Dave Snowden

I was asked this evening via LinkedIn to comment on the Baldridge Performance Excellence Program and I replied with the title of this post. I’m not sure why I was asked as there is nothing exceptional about it and it has little or no connection with complexity theory.

Building Better Jobs in an Age of Intelligent Machines

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

On November 18, the MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future released its final report , The Work of the Future: Building Better Jobs in an Age of Intelligent Machines.

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The Future of L&D? A pitch

Clark Quinn

I was talking with a colleague the other day, and got a wee bit dramatic. I also thought it was an important point. So here, for your dining enjoyment, I’ve roughly recreated the pitch (in 3 mins and 30 secs): I hope this makes sense. I welcome your thoughts and feedback.

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My bit in the Flow Book

Dave Snowden

I’m interrupting the flow of my posts about an anthro-complexity approach to strategy to reference a new book published today from my good friends John, Nigel and Brian.

Measuring Impact (or not)

Clark Quinn

However, the trigger for the post was from the results of Chief Learning Officer 2020 State of Learning report. So I saw a twitter thread pointing to an argument about how ROI is dead. And, well, that’s largely okay with me.

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The shards of Cynefin

Dave Snowden

Today’s post is a development of yesterday’s post which will look at the various overlapping aspects of a situation that Cynefin seeks to handle. I am still with that wider theme of navigating through hazardous waters, hence the banner picture.

ASHEN revisited

Dave Snowden

Many moons ago, in the early days of my work in knowledge management one of the standard approaches was to conduct a knowledge audit.

Twlevetide 20:3 Abstraction & codification

Dave Snowden

I’d been working on knowledge management for some time and have come across Boisot’s book Knowledge Assets. Yasmin Mirali, then at Warwick University introduces us and organised a joint seminar and a lot of things came together.

The Internet Time Alliance Jay Cross Memorial Award 2020

Charles Jennings

Andrew Jacobs The Internet Time Alliance Jay Cross Memorial Award for 2020 is presented to Andrew Jacobs. He also speaks at industry events; in 2019 and 2020 he was a valued contributor to my Modern Workplace Learning track at the LearnTec Conference in Karlsruhe, Germany offering his experience and supporting others.

Self-destructive tendencies

Dave Snowden

One of the most painful ever scenes for anyone of a progressive mindset is the People’s front of Judea from Monty Pythons Life of Brian which came out in 1979. I think it is my favorite of the Monty Python films.

ligne de fuite: 3 of 3

Dave Snowden

In my previous two posts I set the context for understanding the Deleuzian concept of the title to understand how we can use ideas of flow and leakage to break entrained patterns.

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Of congruence and coherence

Dave Snowden

My old headmaster, of fond memory, was too find of appealing for harmony at school assemblies. I think he wanted everything to be like the choir in the banner picture.