From “Buy What We Have” to “Connected Customer Strategies”

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Most companies engage with their customer fleetingly, using what the authors call the buy what we have model. The key problem with the traditional buy what we have journey is that company and customer are poorly connected throughout.

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Search Inside Yourself with Chade-Meng Tan

Dan Pink

” As part of that mission, he developed a personal growth curriculum at Google called “Search Inside Yourself.” Buy it at Amazon , , or IndieBound. ). How did the Search Inside Yourself program come about? Chade-Meng Tan is an amazing guy.

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

Mark Oehlert

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Guy Kawasaki Makes an Enchanting Offer: Buy One, Get One Free.

Bob Sutton

Search. Financial sector: however good the pay, it doesnt buy results | Business | The Observer. Rakesh Khurana: Searching for a Corporate Savior: The Irrational Quest for Charismatic CEOs. Rakesh Khurana: Searching for a Corporate Savior: The Irrational Quest for Charismatic CEOs. More Reasons Creativity Sucks: Creative People Seen as Having Less Leadership Potential » Guy Kawasaki Makes an Enchanting Offer: Buy One, Get One Free. Bob Sutton.

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Internet Time Blog » Seeing through the crystal ball

Jay Cross

Peer Review vs. Search Engine Places - Quality of Information in a Web 2.0 Sources

Tony Karrer

that discusses whether: scholars would choose (1) to have their work published in the premier journal in their field or (2) to have that work regularly come up on the first screen in an appropriate Google search Having gone through a PhD process and having been in academia for 11 years where you needed to "publish" - this is a really interesting question to me. which comes up first in the Google search of eLearning 2.0. Interesting article from EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 41, no.

Product selection with your network | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

It is time again to buy a new set, but instead of buying the cheapest set at the local office store, I decided to get the recommendations of my network – since many are also frequent users of this product.

Noticing some nice non-profit wiki work | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Your search box is now waaaay down on the left nav bar of your blog – I almost gave up looking for it. And it is a Technorati search, so I have to go to Technorati and THEN link back to your blog. Maybe consider putting in a Google or other direct search option?

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About Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Please keep me posted about your next Online Facilitation Course and sign me in to buy a copy of Digital Habitats. Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Nov 03 2007 About Nancy White Published by Nancy White Nancy J.

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

Nancy White

Amy Lenzo on 24 Oct 2008 at 12:58 pm Obviously my search algorithms suck because I’m just finding this post!

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Steven Berlin Johnson

I had to watch Clintons talk on Saturday on the big screen in the simulcast room because, well, I was a little hung over and had to run out to buy some Pringles to keep from passing out, and by the time I came back the main hall was full. « Who Needs Oprah When You Have BillG? Main | » Clinton and McCain: Bizarre Love Triangle?

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Tom and I disagree and then I kinda support his argument?

Mark Oehlert

Recently a fairly rare thing occurred and Tom Crawford an I disagreed about something - and it wasnt whos turn it was to buy the round - it was about my post on the Kindle.

Price of Real Learning going from $2.99 to $6.99

Jay Cross

Buy enough for your team now. Buy Real Learning here. Becoming a search ninja. The price of the pdf version of Real Learning will increase from $2.99 to $6.99 on October 25th, a week from today. At $2.99

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Xyleme Named a Top 20 Authoring Tool for 2018 by Training Industry


This seventh annual list is designed to help buy-side organizations in their searches for the right training partners. Feb 12th 2018 – Xyleme, Inc. was named by Training Industry a 2018 Top 20 Authoring Tool.

Breaking the forest cycle

Dave Snowden

So buy the book but proceed with extreme caution and be very very selective. I’ve been meaning to write about the “forest cycle” or the supposed necessity of chaos for some time. Yesterday’s post on the different between the Cynefin framework and the Stacy Matrix reminded me of the need.

The Need to Adapt to the Speed of Change or Die: lessons for L&D from the retail industry

Charles Jennings

One said “the real advantage of going to a store like Jessops was that you can speak to an expert who can advise on everything you might need to know about buying the right camera for you. You don’t get that when buying online”.

Learning Experience Portals?

Clark Quinn

People need to be able to see relevant resources in a good default organization, have the ability to reorganize to a different default, and search. Federate the portal and search over all the sources of resources, not some subset. And I buy that.

Is the Digital Revolution At Last Shaking Up Banking?

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Digital transformations have generally followed three distinct stages. First comes the use of IT to improve the productivity and quality of back- and front-end processes.

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Twelvetide 19:07 The Opera House

Dave Snowden

Readers are not short of options for my views on opera and operas with 83 hits on a search. The inset production is from what I consider a must buy version of Parsifal.

Social Physics - Reinventing Analytics to Better Predict Human Behaviors

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

These data tell the story of everyday life by recording what each of us has chosen to do… Who we actually are is more accurately determined by where we spend our time and which things we buy, not just by what we say we do.”.

Amazon: More Than A Bookstore

Steve Denning

Ease of search. It’s hard to think back to what it was like buying books in the pre-Amazon era. Let me start by admitting that I am an Amazon fan. I will be eternally grateful to Amazon for transforming my relationship with books. Useful reviews. Quick delivery.

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16 Months of Social Learning Platform Insanity: A Recap

Dan Pontefract

SuccessFactors (SF) buys Jambok, SAP buys SuccessFactors. If the SF move to buy Jambok didn’t start the “what’s my strategy” drumbeat in early 2011, the SAP move to buy SF was a full-on drum roll in late 2011. Taleo buys, Oracle buys Taleo.

Post popularity?

Clark Quinn

I have to admit I’m inclined to believe that folks, searching on the term, came to this post rather than it was so important on it’s own merits. This one, titled Stop creating, selling, and buying garbage! ,

[defrag] Semantic 10 minute sessions

David Weinberger

Bob Smith of ISYS Search Software says that most people don’t find what they’re looking for on Google the first time they search. Google is an ad company, not a search company, so “you shouldn’t buy your next search service from an ad company.&# Today, we need search everywhere, for everything. Brian Cheek of TigerLogic says he’s in the search enhancement business. Links make problems for searches, he says.

Buzzword: Micro-learning


If you’re like me, you’re probably starting to get a bit tired of people adding their particular spin to learning – all in search of the holy grail that is the “right way” to make learning happen.

Serverless Computing - An Innovative Approach to Software Development

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

I n October of 2008, The Economist published a special report on a then relatively new, rapidly growing IT development, - cloud computing.

holistic technology

Harold Jarche

The ubiquitous search engine optimization (SEO) industry is based on Google’s dominance of internet search. But gaming the system means buying into it. I first came across the work of Ursula Franklin through her CBC Massey Lecture series on The Real World of Technology.

Seeing through the crystal ball

Jay Cross

From an article I wrote in January 2007 : Microsoft hates losing business to upstart Google, first in search, then in advertising, and now threatening the Office monopoly. To try to make up for lost ground, Microsoft will buy Yahoo! I guess I’ll have to wait for Wal*Mart to acquire Amazon. More papers and predictions

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Jane Hart’s Top 100 Learning Tools

Jay Cross

I buy a new black book at KaDeWe in Berlin every year to draw and write in. Many times I’ll be searching my own sites. I really enjoy using Google to search images. Plus, searching for fresh content puts you in touch with the latest news.

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Why you won’t care that the Net isn’t neutral

David Weinberger

You won’t know if that’s because Bing’s search engine is slower or because it didn’t pony up for fast lane service. You have a great new search engine? You won’t be able to get started competing against Google and Bing without being able to afford the fast lane services they can buy. The big companies will always be able to buy faster service. It’s very simple.

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The knotty issue of constraints

Dave Snowden

A search of this site on constraints will also give you over a hundred other posts on the subject, but they need to read in context of the dates they were written. Taleb’s anti-fragility fits here and I don’t buy his argument for difference.

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Will fashion lead the next wave of technology? 8 insights into the future of fashion

Ross Dawson

We will use our clothes to buy. Make clothes buying easier for men. Journalists can search for what they want to feature and with the right permissions access pictures for editorial features. Will the next big technology company come out of the fashion world?

How Will AI Likely Impact How We Work, Live and Play?

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Hardware platforms remain challenging to build, and there are few applications that people want enough to buy. A few weeks ago I discussed whether AI is finally reaching a tipping point, mostly based on a recently published report, - Artificial Intelligence and Life in 2030.

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Friday’s Finds #19

Harold Jarche

“‘ Buy American’ Hurts Canada Connection “: Canada buys more from the US “than the UK, Japan, Germany and China combined&# via @pwmartin.

What's the Future of Jobs?

John Hagel

Until then, the best advice we can give our children is to search wherever they can (and certainly beyond the four walls of the classroom) for a sustaining passion that excites and engages them and to not stop until they have found it. What better time to reflect on the future of work and jobs than Labor Day? I’ve written about this extensively with my latest foray on a recent blog post. Is STEM our future? Today, I want to be a contrarian.

Informal Learning Center

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Buy the book! Search the text. People acquire the skills they use at work informally — talking, observing others, trial-and-error, and simply working with people in the know. Formal training and workshops account for only 5% to 20% of what people learn from experience and interactions.

Reinventing Society in the Wake of Big Data

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Most people think that big data is about what people do online, like posts on Facebook or searches on Google. This Big Data comes from location data from your cell phone and transaction data about the things you buy with your credit card.

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Growing a Bigger Brain with a Larger Social Network

Eide Neurolearning

Eide Neurolearning Clinic Dyslexic Advantage Community Sensory Processing Master Class Sensory Processing Master Class height=150 id=Image2_img src=[link] width=106/> Buy here About Me Drs.

16 Months of Social Learning Platform Insanity: A Recap

Dan Pontefract

SuccessFactors (SF) buys Jambok, SAP buys SuccessFactors. If the SF move to buy Jambok didn’t start the “what’s my strategy” drumbeat in early 2011, the SAP move to buy SF was a full-on drum roll in late 2011. Taleo buys, Oracle buys Taleo.

Warning: Snake Oil

Clark Quinn

They don’t do better searches, for instance. You’d be far better off putting your effort in improving your learning design than buying into this misguided and misleading effort. So this just appeared in my email this morning. Can you tell what’s wrong?

Reading styles: the sequel

Dave Snowden

For the more serious stuff, Stephen Donaldson's latest for example, I have found of recent years that I buy these in hardback, as reading in that context requires at least for me the tactile sensation.

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Rats, coffee & software

Harold Jarche

“ If we value the pursuit of knowledge, we must be free to follow wherever that search may lead us. But to win, Oracle will have to change its strategy as dramatically as it did in 2006 when Ellison famously announced that software innovation was dead and just started to buy everything.

Books do furnish a room

Dave Snowden

So I have over the last few months evolved a policy for book purchases and have the following taxonomy: Serious non-fiction books that I may need to read more than once I buy in hardback and mark up with a fountain pen as I read them, both paragraphs and my own notes in the margins.

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