When Context Transcends Change Management

Luis Suarez

What if everything we have been told about Change Management over the course of the last few decades was all just … plain wrong? What if research keeps telling us, over and over again, how ’ most change efforts fail ’ ? Do we still think that organisations can change?

The training world is changing

Harold Jarche

From the Citrix GoTo Blog : Open online courses, talent management, social collaboration: The training world is changing. One of the biggest changes we are seeing in online training is that the content-delivery model is being replaced by social and collaborative frameworks.

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Online Systems for Behavior Change

Tony Karrer

I've always believe that to truly have impact on performance, we need to be experts at Behavior Change. I've written a few times over the years on aspects of solutions that ultimately drive a change in behavior that leads to performance improvement. Need to Change Behavior?

2015 in Review: Workplace Learning – Trends, Disruption & Change

Jane Hart

Here is my review of 2015 – in both my own blog posts as well as those that I’ve included in my monthly reviews throughout the year. I’ve given each month a theme (sometimes one which extended into later months of the year!) JANUARY – BLENDED LEARNING In What does the term blended learning mean I revealed […]. Social learning

When It Comes To Performance Support, The Cloud Changes Everything

Xyleme

Post Type: Blog post. I am incredibly excited to announce that yesterday afternoon, at the Bersin by Deloitte research conference, IMPACT 2013: The Business of Talent, Xyleme was recognized for winning the prestigious WhatWorks® Award in the Delivering Innovation category. read more. Cloud

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What blogging was

David Weinberger

At a recent Fellows Hour at the Berkman Center the topic was something like “Whatever happened to blogging?,” ” with the aim of thinking about how Berkman can take better advantage of blogging as a platform for public discussion. They asked me to begin with some reflections on what blogging once was, because I am old. I understand that I’m reporting on how blogging looked to someone in a highly privileged position. My blog was me.

Changing the mechanistic mindset

Harold Jarche

Without fail, in the past five years every new client I have been engaged by has specified one of two things they really wanted to see change in their organizations culture. Work is changing as we get more connected. Visualization is a powerful change agent.

Six thoughts on the Klout scoring changes

Ross Dawson

Today influence ratings service Klout significantly changed its rankings. Last week Klout CEO Joe Fernandez announced there would be changes , saying “a majority of users will see their scores stay the same or go up but some users will see a drop”. The reason is that, like it or not, the measurement of influence and reputation is one of the most important changes we are seeing in society. Here are a few quick thoughts on the changes: 1.

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70:20:10 – Above All Else It’s a Change Agent

Charles Jennings

“Progress is impossible without change; and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” Recently Tom wrote a series of blogs titled ‘ Ten Things I Believe About Workplace Learning ’.

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Learning is Behaviour Change: why is it often so hard to help it happen?

Charles Jennings

A fascinating article recently published on the Fast Company blog should be required reading for all learning and talent professionals as well as for leaders and managers. Could you change when change really mattered? In fact learning is behaviour change above all else.

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Enabling Early Adopters to Lead Your Change Initiatives

Luis Suarez

You can call them whatever you would want to: ambassadors, champions, advocates, evangelists, connectors, change agents, etc.

Using network perspectives to visualize changing culture and meaning

Ross Dawson

I’m a big fan of Tim Stock ‘s work, which weaves together a deep network perspective with a rich view of how culture is changing informed by semiotic analysis. I earlier shared one of his presentations in a post on how the culture of luxury is changing.

When It Comes To Performance Support, The Cloud Changes Everything

Xyleme

Post Type: Blog post. I am incredibly excited to announce that yesterday afternoon, at the Bersin by Deloitte research conference, IMPACT 2013: The Business of Talent, Xyleme was recognized for winning the prestigious WhatWorks® Award in the Delivering Innovation category. read more. Cloud

Happy, Healthy Nonprofit: Changing Organizational Culture One Sneaker at Time

Beth Kanter

In advance of next week’s “ National Walking Day ,” I did an interview with Gina about how her organization’s culture is changing one sneaker at a time.

The power of habits — and the power to change them

Dan Pink

And how can we change them? In the last 15 years, as we’ve learned how habits work and how they can be changed, scientists have explained that every habit is made up of a cue, a routine and a reward. Habits can be ignored, changed, or replaced.

The end of blogging’s golden age

David Weinberger

Brian Solis has responded to Jeremy Owyang’s provocative post declaring the end of the golden age of blogging. Here’s the comment I posted on Brian’s site: I think in a sense it’s true that the golden age of blogging is over, but that’s a good thing. And not because of anything bad about blogging. Blogs let us post whenever we had something to say, and came with commenting built in. Blogging isn’t golden! Long live blogging!

The Power of Reflection in an Ever-Changing World

Charles Jennings

Some forward-thinking organisations now encourage this type of reflection and narration of work by providing the facility for personal blogs on the intranet or by implementing storytelling. (I wrote the original piece this article is based on for Training Industry Quarterly in Winter, 2012.

3 equations that can change your life | Daniel Pink

Dan Pink

Pink is the author of four provocative bestselling books about the changing world of work. Subscribe To Blog Via RSS. 3 equations that can change your life Chip Conley is a rare bird. Dan Pink. Contact. Follow Dan on Twitter. About Dan. Speaking Engagements. Video. Articles.

Everyday People Are Heroes: Using Big Data to Engage New Agents of Change Online

Beth Kanter

Everyday People Are Heroes: Using Big Data to Engage New Agents of Change Online Guest Post by Cheryl Contee. Everyday people are the most powerful agents of change. The culture of the web has changed. Photo by CogdogBlog.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: Leading change? Start.

Steve Denning

Main | My New Years Resolutions » December 22, 2010 Leading change? Satisfying the need for integrity can be the key to inspiring people to be more open and tackle the possibility of change. Self-affirmation is a great strategy for change!

4 Lessons on Building Games for Change

Beth Kanter

I’ve been following the Games for Change Festival since 2005 and now that more nonprofits are incorporating gaming strategies in their marketing approaches, this article share some valuable insights. 4 Lessons on Building Games for Change – Guest Post by Josh Spiro.

Creating A Global Network of Capacity Builders for Social Change

Beth Kanter

The subject matter, of course, the effective use of digital and networks that is holistic and that incorporates on culture change, innovation, and collaboration skills.

Changing Role of the LMS

Xyleme

Just do a quick search for “LMS is dead” and you’ll find many blog posts, articles, webinars and conference presentations discussing its demise. Perhaps, if we point them towards the Ebbinghaus forgetting curve, we might help them to change their minds.). To meet these challenges, it’s not really the LMS that is changing, but the role it plays in a wider learning and corporate ecosystem.

Does Your Nonprofit Suffer from a Culture of Sitting? How To Change It

Beth Kanter

It’s time to change that up – here’s why and some tips for making that shift in your nonprofit. According to a recent New York Times blog post , another recent study has found that even a lunchtime stroll can immediately improve your ability to handle stress at work.

Change of pace

Mind Hacks

In fact, I hear that some of areas we work in are so badly affected that they don’t even have Twitter, so blogging is likely to be a bit restricted at times. Mind Hacks posts may be a little irregular in the future as I’ve just moved location and job.

How Nonprofits Can Use Measurement To Adapt to the Facebook Algorithm Change

Beth Kanter

How Nonprofits Can Use Measurement to Adapt to the Facebook Algorithm Change – guest post by Meghan Keaney Anderson, Hubspot. In late September news trickled out about a change in Facebook’s Edgerank algorithm that was causing big drops in reach for many branded pages. Blog posts.

What Improvisation Can Teach Social Change Leaders

Beth Kanter

The retreat curriculum is built around the a framework called “I-WE-IT” that covers mindsets and practical skills that today’s social change leaders of all generations need as we move towards more collective approaches. Her points about leadership and change.

A Conversation with Brenda Laurel: It’s Not Enough to Change the Light Bulbs

Adaptive Path

The idea of Gaian IxD—or what Rob and I call Gaian Gardening—comes from our deep connection to the natural world and our desire to find ways to use our technology as a way to deal with climate change. It's not enough to change the light bulbs, although that helps.

Reflections on Ten Years of Blogging

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

But it’s a measure of how fast things are changing that, as Friedman observed in a conference in 2011, the environment he described was already out of date. Friedman’s words came to mind as I was reflecting on the evolution of blogging since I posted my first blog in May of 2005.

Flickr to Pro customers: no change

Doc Searls

The fourth I share with other people who also write for the same blog. Flickr has updated its service. For me, this appears in the form of index page copy that begins, Dear Doc, as a Pro member continue to enjoy the benefits of unlimited space, an ad free experience and stats. For non-paying users, there is this, from the index page as it appears on a browser that doesn’t know I’m a Pro member: Smile. Everyone gets a free terabyte. Biggr. That’s right, a terabyte.

It is the structure of social networks that shapes influence… and the structure is changing

Ross Dawson

As I commented in a 2007 post about other research on online influence, What interests me in particular is how the structure of these influence networks will evolve – we are absolutely in a transition phase, and the way social opinion is formed will quickly change.

Identity

Dave Snowden

Not only that our identities can flex and change instantly and in context. Identity switches also change the way we perceive the world, they create cognitive activation patterns that filter what we see. When we start to think through the implications of identity everything changes.

Change is not permitted …

Dave Snowden

For those who have asked for the Christmas cooking blog there is no real point. I have very conservative children, so we repeated last years menu, which was a repeat of 2009 (blogged in detail ), which was a repeat of 2008 and so on.

Nonprofit Blog Carnival: Personal Productivity Tips for Nonprofits

Beth Kanter

The first Nonprofit Blog Carnival of 2015 is on the theme is personal productivity. That was the call for blog posts. I received a rich selection covering this topic – from changing mindsets, new tool sets, and lots of tips on how to manage your social media, email, and work flow.

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International Organizations and Social Media: News, Engagement, and Social Data for Policy Change

Beth Kanter

This increased ubiquity may result in some changes to the specific demographic bases of individual platforms, but even if people’s habits are changing, it appears that people are moving from one social platform to another, rather than deserting social media in its entirety.

Blogging is fragmenting into multi-platform content creation – long live blogging!

Ross Dawson

Drawing on a new Pew Internet report on Social Media & Mobile Internet Use Among Teens and Young Adults , The New York Times headline is: Blogs Wane as the Young Drift to Sites Like Twitter. First , blogs are not waning. All the major blogging platforms are growing.

Be the change

Euen Semple

It brought back my own intervention in a spat between two well known bloggers back in the early days of blogging. I have just watched Kathy Sierra's video on how to deal with aggressive or abusive behaviour online. I totally agree with her main point that we all have a role to play in what is deemed normal or acceptable online behaviour.

Pick of the Month: June 2012 – Informal learning, Yammer, collab platforms, change, and keep learning

Jane Hart

Here’s my round-up of my favourite articles/blog posts of the month under 5 key themes. How about ensuring the availability of tools like blogs, micro-blogs, wikis, discussion forums, media file creating/sharing, and profiles, and helping communities learn to use them?

Networked learning in a changing world

Harold Jarche

This redundancy will provide me with two ways to retrieve information, either from my blog or my bookmarks. Five surprising changes in 2010 by @lemire. I think that much of the establishment is greatly underestimating the amplitude and significance of these changes. My Three Words for 2011: Seek, Sense, and Share | Beth’s Blog by @kanter. Here are some of the things I learned via Twitter this past week.

Changing Nature of Work: The Labor Recession Will Outlast the.

Kevin Wheeler

Home About Future of Talent Subscribe Over the Seas Thoughts on Recruiting, Learning and Other Things as I Ramble around the World Changing Nature of Work: The Labor Recession Will Outlast the Economic Recession by Kevin Wheeler on February 28, 2010 Negotiating the conditions of employment, hedging one job with another, being wary of accepting full-time jobs that put at risk other work or that compromise skills — those are becoming the normal patterns for accomplished professionals.