overcome by events

Harold Jarche

More workers will be used to getting what they need as they change jobs/contracts more frequently but remain connected to their online networks (online/offline won’t matter anymore). These changes will not be evenly distributed. I wrote the following in 2009 —.

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On organisational change

Dave Snowden

It addresses the issue of organisational change using, in the main, a mapping and navigation metaphor. If we get heavy snow things will change, rivers can also flood but like all good walkers we have contingency plans and alternative routes we can follow.

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Adapting to change

Clark Quinn

And, of course, that means many things have changed. I thought I’d just overview some of ways I’m adapting to change, so you can keep track and take advantage. This is a new online event conjured up by some colleagues to meet a need. We live in interesting times.

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The making of meaning event (1)

Dave Snowden

Oh and there will be a chance to explore Mountains of the area on the weekend before the event for those interested. Not just in the here and now, and not simply through social media; the whole idea of Cynefin is that we sit within, influence and are influenced by, multiple constantly changing strands of connections which we can never fully understand. The post The making of meaning event (1) appeared first on Cognitive Edge.

Avoiding paralysis in major change

Dave Snowden

Firstly the Singapore foresight and horizon scanning event, then a steelworks in Australia followed by masterclasses and multiple government meetings in New Zealand. As those small actions start to build the underlying attitudes and beliefs change and then, maybe, the bigger initiatives will have impact and traction. The post Avoiding paralysis in major change appeared first on Cognitive Edge. Over the last three weeks I’ve been engaged in a diverse set of projects.

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changing with change

Harold Jarche

“ To change with change is the changeless state. A good chair will help create a great experience for the speakers and the participants at the event. Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds. – Bruce Lee” via @janhoglund.

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Habitual change

Dave Snowden

I went for a walk today, catching the five o’clock early eventing train from Bedwyn to Kintbury and then walking back along the Kennet and Avon Canal to my starting point. Then I had the Diabetes diagnosis and that triggered drastic change which allowed me to start the Round Wales Walk and return to the mountains of Snowdonia not to mention discovering the Brecon Beacons anew. Changing habits is difficult, but there seems to a point where it suddenly becomes easier.

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Measuring Culture Change

Clark Quinn

Someone recently asked how you would go about measuring culture change, and I thought it’s an interesting question. So it’s plausible that you’d want to change, and if you do, you’d like to know how it’s going. As a process, I think about what I might do before, during, and after any culture change initiative. Culture change is a journey, not an event, after all ;). The post Measuring Culture Change appeared first on Learnlets.

Blog Post: Upcoming Knowledge Events

David Gurteen

By David Gurteen Here are some of the major KM events taking place around the world in the coming months and ones in which I am actively involved. You will find a full list on my website where you can also subscribe to both regional e-mail alerts and RSS feeds which will keep you informed of new and upcoming events. I'll be speaking again at this event this year. NOTE THE DATE CHANGE.

JAC 2012 – Joint Alumni Conference Event Highlights

Luis Suarez

As you may have seen from my recent live tweeting from over the last couple of days, I am returning back home from Zurich, Switzerland, one of my favourite European cities, after having presented at, and attended, the excellent Joint Alumni Conference 2012 event on what I think has been one of the most inspiring events that I have attended in a while. Luis Suarez Live Tweeting Highlights from #jac12 Event, Zurich, September 2012 from Luis Suarez.

Social Business Forum Highlights – Reinventing Conference Events

Luis Suarez

As mentioned in previous blog posts, here I am, once again, putting together this particular series of articles detailing some of the various highlights from the recent Social Business Forum event held in Milan, Italy, on June 8th, that I attended and presented at. I mean, what are the chances of meeting up the same group of smart, talented folks at another tech event like that one? Well, the Social Business Forum event allowed for plenty of that and so much more!

Change in Education and What Needs to be Done

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Published as Change in Education and What Needs to be Done , 15 pages, 2020, Maysan Center for Future Studies. In recent months we as a global community have experienced a hard lesson about the nature of change. Either way, what we do today will change what happens tomorrow.

Work Stream #4 – Speaking at Client Events

Luis Suarez

I guess there is another kind of unexpected thrill around freelancing that I didn’t think would be possible before, and yet it’s been one of the most rewarding I can relate to from my nearly three years long journey as an independent adviser on Social Business and Digital Transformation: speaking at clients’ events. That’s exactly how I feel about speaking at client events and why I treasure them to bits.

How technology is transforming events

Trends in the Living Networks

One of my speaking bureau just asked me to provide them with a few quick ideas on how technology is changing events, as one of their key clients is having an internal meeting to discuss their future use of technology in events. Before events: - Connecting with speakers and others attendees. Identifying who you’d like to catch up with at the event. Sharing content relevant to the event. Questions and discussion during events.

What do the events in Egypt mean for business?

Steve Denning

What do these events mean for business? Imperial administrations lack the agility to cope with an increasingly complex, rapidly changing world. Then some event sparks the collective consciousness and the intolerability of the situation becomes apparent to all. The advent of social media has made the situation infinitely more combustible and accelerated the pace of change. Once again, it is the economics that will drive the change.

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Upcoming events

Dave Gray

I'll be participating in a number of events in the coming months. Here's an update on some of the events where I'll be speaking or delivering workshops. Working individually and in small teams, you will learn and practice visualization techniques that have been successfully used to improve innovation and accelerate change at some of the world's leading companies. At this event I'll give a short talk followed by an afternoon workshop.

Change or die

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

He travels the world, but increasingly delivers presentations and events in real time over the web. This is a total phase change. There are some companies that haven’t changed their core philosophies and management practices in 100 years and they never will. There are others that are hiring new kinds of leaders, and they are changing in a big way. We are in a rapidly changing, mind-blowing overly complex world out there today. Change Informal Learning

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Changing the landscape of health

Dave Snowden

To manage a complex system we need to changes the dispositions of populations and small level social interactions. People are fundamentally influenced by the micro narratives of their day to day lives, rather than grand narratives of change and admonishment. I can already give my dietician access to my calorie counting app so she can check weekly and advise rather than rely in my reporting behaviour after the event in a consultation.

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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 ’ ? What if we have been approaching change initiatives from the wrong side of the spectrum and we never realised about it till now when it might be a bit too late already? Isn’t it time for us all to shift gears and, at long last, change ?

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The Paradox of Preparing for Change

John Hagel

Here’s an example: the best way to prepare for change is to decide what isn’t going to change. The theme of the gathering was “Changing the Game.” They gave me exactly three minutes to offer some thoughts on the best way to prepare for change. Talk about preparing for change! Well, I learned that change can be really, really exciting – it was an awesome opportunity to explore the globe at a very young age and experience so many diverse cultures.

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Top Events of the Year 2010

Nine Shift

The top events of 2010, as they will be for the next ten years, are all about the decline of the Industrial Age and the rise of the Internet Age or Knowledge Society. Here’s our picks for the top events of 2010. In the comments section, tell us your top event of the year. Taft in 1910, does not make enough progressive changes for the 21 st century, and his party falls down in the mid-term elections.

Leadership in a Changing World

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

What are the critical competencies needed to lead in our fast-changing business environment? The key challenge confronting CEOs, - and senior executives in general, - is the relentless pace of change. But, w hile speed is the major dimension of change, it’s not the only one. Is the change evolutionary or revolutionary in nature? While ignoring major changes is bad, acting before understanding its implications could be worse.

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Climate Change, Waste & Festivals: a collective fight needing a common understanding

Dave Snowden

it also has the potential to mobilise momentum and drive change through the sharing of stories about what people are doing to make the world a better place. Building small, incremental change has always been the complexity mantra. When thinking about change and transformation, we were particularly interested in the idea of apathy, simplicity and the importance of time, e.g. are people thinking ahead or are there “more important things to do”?

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People, Events and Ideas

Harold Jarche

Average minds discuss events. The comments to John’s post have some name suggestions for the group of people who have the education and the communications tools to change society. Social media provide a way for this new “Yeoman&# class to act individually and collectively for change and self-determination. The ideas of others, events that we watch or are involved with, and the people we meet and interact with; all provide the context for our own ideas.

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Online Events Daily

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Create Your Own Events Though my system is not yet ready for prime time, it's up and running and ready for some live data. Here's the site: Online Events Daily Here's the dynamic version of the front page. This site lists free and open live online events that are taking place now. You can have your events listed here, provided they are: Live - they have to take place in real time, preferably with a live text or audio chat. OK, your event satisfies these conditions?

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#e2conf 2011 Highlights – 10 Reasons Why I Enjoyed the Event

Luis Suarez

Let’s see all of those reasons… The Conference Venue: In the last few years, the #e2conf event used to take place at the Westin Boston Waterfront hotel and although the venue may have been rather appropriate, by moving it this year to The Hynes Convention Center, the difference has been tremendous! That all was quite a nice change from previous years and I, for one, welcome the switch for future editions as well. Collaboration Communities Conference Events Enterprise2.0

Top Events of the Year 2010

Nine Shift

The top events of 2010, as they will be for the next ten years, are all about the decline of the Industrial Age and the rise of the Internet Age or Knowledge Society. Here’s our picks for the top events of 2010. In the comments section, tell us your top event of the year. Taft in 1910 (see photo) , does not make enough progressive changes for the 21 st century, and his party falls down in the mid-term elections.

Dealing with Increasingly Improbable Events

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The essential idea in psychohistory, says the Wikipedia entry, is that “while one cannot foresee the actions of a particular individual, the laws of statistics as applied to large groups of people could predict the general flow of future events. Psychohistory relied on extremely advanced models which enabled a purely mathematic approach to predict future events. However, it was not able to cope with totally unpredictable events. How do you deal with such an improbable event?

The Harvest: After Event Reflections

Nancy White

Via Nadia Manning-Thomas of the CGIAR ICT-KM program shared two after event reflections on their blog, one on a particular activity design and debrief of a social media workshop. Keep the structure loose enough so that it can grow or change according to the needs of the community. Tags: events facilitation reflection harvest

Shhh… Jay attends “secretive” event

Jay Cross

You must know someone in the so-called club to get invited—conference organizers change annually and the event is not promoted. The event was invitation-only but hardly secretive, as more than 500 photos on Flickr will attest. Business Week tells you “what went on at the clandestine affair.&#.

Pragmatic change in the Now

Dave Snowden

The final day of the Supporting Agile Adoption event in Portland made for an interesting morning followed by a three hour drive to the Red Lion Hotel in Olympia (strongly recommended by the way) to get me close enough to Seattle for the 0715 flight tomorrow to London by way of a six hour layover in JFK. One of the other ideas I brought into play which got traction was to change or direct the narrative around IT in general and Agile in particular.

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Blockchain for Impact: Blockchain Revolution Global Event Wrap-Up

Beth Kanter

Blockchain for Impact: Blockchain Revolution Global Event Wrap-Up – Guest Post . The event was hosted by the Blockchain Research Institute. The founders of BRI, Don Tapscott and Alex Tapscott, are also the authors of the breakout book, “Blockchain Revolution: How the Technology Behind Bitcoin Is Changing Money, Business, and the World.” Amy Neumann is a social good fanatic who has been working professionally to help create positive change since 1994.

Blog Post: Henley Forum for Organisational Learning and Knowledge Strategies Events

David Gurteen

The Henley Forum for Organisational Learning and Knowledge Strategies (known as the Henley Forum) has a meeting coming up on Thursday 27 September 2018 - Absorbing complex change. It's a members' only event but there are a few guest places available at £175 + VAT. And a date for your calendar - the Henley Forum Annual Conference takes place 06 - 07 March 2019 "Amplifying our practice: leading the way with knowledge, learning and change". By David Gurteen.

Raising the Bar on Online Event Practices

Nancy White

First of all, let us NOT take our bad meeting and event habits from offline and simply dump them online. If we start by making better meetings and events, our online events will benefit. Focus attention: Synchronous events can provide a heartbeat for an ongoing community, group or network. She is an active online event designer, facilitator and technology steward. Tags: events facilitation online facilitation online interaction skills

Understanding and supporting networks – May 5 online event

Nancy White

A heads up for what looks to be an interesting event on May 5th sponsored by ODI (Overseas Development Institute) and some good pals of mine. They are increasingly being used as a vehicle for delivering different kinds of development interventions, from policy influencing and knowledge generation to changing practices on the ground. events networks

The SX Conference: Adaptive Path’s New Event Dedicated to Service Design

Adaptive Path

And we’ll look at what business leaders need to know about service design in order to change their organization to be experience driven. [photo credit: Maria Cordell]. Why do people love Uber ? Why do you hate going to the DMV? Can visiting the dentist feel more like an appointment at a spa? What makes for a good service experience? Over the past few years, our work at Adaptive Path has increasingly focused on questions like these in the context of service design.

The Four Events in 48 Hours That Made American History: #3

Nine Shift

But as history happens, we have to keep in mind - - moving forward - - that change is very slow, and then it happens all at once. We continue our commemoration of an historic two days when America moved - - not left - - but forward in the 21st century. . #3 3 is the upholding of gay marriage across the land. .

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Changing the very essence of learning in the organisation

Jane Hart

Transformation will only come from changing the very essence of what learning means in the organisation. This means designing and faciliting events and experiences that support knowledge sharing and knowledge building, collaborative problem solving and relationship building throughout the organisation, ones that take place either face-to-face or online, but are much more in tune with the way people learn for themselves: experiential, participative and collaborative.

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Blog Post: Embedding Change: delivering value from knowledge and learning

David Gurteen

The Henley Forum for Organisational Learning and Knowledge Strategies (known as the Henley Forum ) is a members-only forum but some of its events are open to the public. They have a 1 day event coming up on 27th September at their Henley Campus - Embedding Change: delivering value from knowledge and learning and have a limited number of guest places available at £175+VAT. By David Gurteen.

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BIG CHANGE Webinar Series Starts Today

Nancy White

For the last two years I have been part of Nexus for Change. This year we decided to take a break from the work of putting on a F2F gathering and a subgroup has been preparing for some online work, this time in the form of the BIG CHANGE Webinar Series. Today is the kick-off for this free webinar series sponsored by The NEXUS for Change and Bowling Green State University. Go to www.nexusforchange.org and click on Big Change to register.

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Review of Telstra Business Insights event on cloud computing

Trends in the Living Networks

In the breakfast events for Telstra clients, I gave the opening keynote providing a big picture view of the forces driving change in the business world, followed by a presentation by Telstra's Chief Technology Office Hugh Bradlow on the technology and Telstra's offerings. Telstra have created a video review of one of the events, including snippets from Hugh's and my presentations, and comments from attendees.

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.” Formal learning - classes and workshops and online events - is the source of only 10% to 20% of what we learn at work.” That’s a large variance, not an exact number, but it does suggest that we need to look beyond formal learning if we’re to help create a step-change in performance. A 70:20:10 L&D strategy is a good starting point for this change process.

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GEWR Online Event After Action Review | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

The After Action Review (AAR) of the event is now up on the wiki if you are interested! Gender Equity and Women’s Rights Online Event After Action Review Here is the text: Reference materials: [link] DGroups site: [link] Event description A 2-week online event to discuss what individual and groups were doing to mark the World Social Forum 2008 Global Day of Action and to begin considering how to impact and participate in the WSF 2009 global gathering in Belem do Para, Brasil.

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