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Who wants change? Who wants to change?

Jane Hart

I shared this image on Twitter yesterday, and it was very popular, so I thought I’d add it here too. If you want to download the image as a GIF or as a PowerPoint file, then you can do so at ChangeActivation. Social learning

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Twitter for Learning: The Past, Present and Future

Jane Hart

Twitter turned 9 on 21 March. I’ve been on Twitter since March 2008. And during the last 7 years I’ve seen lots of changes; and of course my own view of Twitter has changed too. […].

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?

Five Ways People Adopt And Love Change

Adaptive Path

Is it that users just hate change ? I still think this is a core aspect of Twitter’s redesign of their on-boarding process that drove 29% more new users to become regular user of the service. And when you start following someone, you start seeing what Twitter is useful for.

50 ideas to change L & D

Jane Hart

The smell of change is in the air! Yesterday I read a post on TeachThought called 50 crazy ideas to change education and I tweeted it. Andrew Jacobs was on Twitter and he responded and the following conversation ensued: @C4LPT @TeachThought Was just reading that…inspiring me to think of similar for L&D.

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Preparing for change

Harold Jarche

Today, people with larger and more diverse networks have an advantage as professionals and in dealing with change. The pace of change will quicken though, so it’s best to be prepared. On Twitter , I asked: “Did you have an unexpected career change recently?

Twitter Is Where Conversations Go To Die

Luis Suarez

Twitter has now become, once again, another messaging board system, like a good bunch of them out there of the once so-called social networking sites. What Twitter did, to use companies like Seesmic to grow and now killing them with their new API rules, is evil.

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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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.

Changing thinking, changing systems

Harold Jarche

Tweet Here are some of the insights and observations that were shared on Twitter this past week. “The challenge of the coming century is to change the value system of society. Vaclav Havel” via @BillMcKibben. “Intellectual property is an oxymoron. Ideas can’t be owned. Instead, governments grant exclusive licenses to them.” ” ~ @JohnRobb. “Mechanization best serves mediocrity. Frank Lloyd Wright” via @OurFounder.

Is Twitter Where Connections Go to Die? – The Unfollowing Experiment

Luis Suarez

Over three years ago I wrote a blog entry over here about Twitter under the provocative heading: ‘ Twitter is where conversations go to die ’. I still love Twitter, as I wrote just recently. Why do we follow people on Twitter in the first place?

Why Twitter Team Tweeting Works

Beth Kanter

Colorado Coalition for the Medically Underserved is a state network that links resources with people who can make change happen in Colorado. One techniques she uses for new users that join the team is to create a “Twitter Scavenger Hunt.” Create a Twitter lists.

Reflecting on the State of Enterprise 2.0 as an Organizational Culture Change Agent

Dan Pontefract

to solely be defined as a technology change and not a behavioural change for our organizations. have more to do with an organizational and leadership behavioural change than the discovery of people through content and technology? I know. I promised not to utilize the moniker 2.0

Learning, changing and thinking

Harold Jarche

Tweet Here are some of the observations and insights shared via Twitter this past week. . It also appears they were unaware of another simple truth – that continuous learning is the only sustainable asset in a world of constant change.

an unstoppable force for change

Harold Jarche

Societies change their basic organizing structures when the primary mode of communication changes [T+I+M+N]: from oral, to writing, to print, and now to electric (digital). As we shift our dominant communications medium from print to electric, our organizing methods must change as well.

Don’t Simply Follow on Twitter, You Should Spend Time Reviewing

Dan Pontefract

In December of 2012, Twitter announced it had surpassed 200 million users. What I’m referring to is our (or perhaps my) approach to Twitter. When I’m on Twitter, I’m scanning streams, hashtags and searches that I make. That’s going to change.

How Do I Get My Nonprofit’s CEO To Use Twitter or other Social Media?

Beth Kanter

He camped outside her door and not only told her about how nonprofit CEO’s were using Twitter, but showed her how easy it was. Here’s another example about a nonprofit CEO (Helen Clark of UNDP) using Twitter to engage audiences about policy.

Twitter, just show us the algorithm - please?

Martijn Linssen

why not both Home About Contact Thursday, 9 December 2010 Twitter, just show us the algorithm - please? Each (half) hour I measured the frequency, and the place of both tags as a Twitter Trending Topic (T3). Business or Pleasure? -

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.

Case Study: How Human Rights Watch Leverages Employee Personal Brands on Twitter

Beth Kanter

The organizational strategy is to impact policy change. Policy makers, another target audience, were also using Twitter as a communications channel. Says Jim Murphy, “In the early days of Twitter, our Executive Director, Ken Roth , was an early adopter is still active on Twitter.

3 equations that can change your life | Daniel Pink

Dan Pink

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

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.

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.

Making Business Sense of Social Media and Social Networking – Twitter For Business

Luis Suarez

Education on social tools is more aligned towards showing and demonstrating a change of habits ; basically, shifting gears into new ways of getting the job done; figuring out new methods of becoming, even more, productive carrying out daily tasks and activities by injecting various 2.0

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.

Networked learning in a changing world

Harold Jarche

Here are some of the things I learned via Twitter this past week. I modified my use of Twitter favourites for my Friday’s Finds selection this week. Instead of reviewing my favourites in Twitter, I went through the bookmarks on Diigo, deleting ones I no longer wanted to keep and updating and annotating those that I found more interesting. Five surprising changes in 2010 by @lemire.

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.

Transmedia — Making Change Across Mediums

Beth Kanter

Transmedia – Making Change Across Mediums by Danny Alpert, Executive Director, Kindling Group and Executive Producer, See3 Communications. I became a documentary filmmaker to tell meaningful stories that explore social issues and inspire change.

Of tittering, twittering & twitterpating

Dave Snowden

To be honest having this role is an indulgence, you listen carefully all day keeping notes and then in the final hour start to throw together some slides before going on stage making the final changes as you walk up to the podium. The collective noun for magpies is a tittering which is slightly less scary than their close relatives a murder of magpies. It was one of the comments I made in my closing session at IRHASS13.

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.

Insights and real-life case studies in effective crowdfunding for change

Ross Dawson

This evening I spoke at the Crowdfunding for Change event run by Avis Mulhall ‘s Think Act Change. There is more activity on Twitter than Facebook, and it took a while to get the visibility with established Twitter permaculture profiles.

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.

Enterprise Twitter

Jay Cross

Like most old farts, I was reluctant to get into Twitter. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, invest two and a half minutes of your time here: If that’s not enough, here’s Twitter founder Jack Dorsey explaining how people and organizations are using Twitter. A month ago Marcia Conner asked me, “What’s it going to take to get you onto Twitter?&# A corporate Twitter network could overcome some of these difficulties.

Do we need to behave differently on Twitter?

Martijn Linssen

why not both Home About Contact Tuesday, 11 January 2011 Do we need to behave differently on Twitter? Arent the people on Twitter those that you carefully selected and handpicked yourself? And the people that follow you on Twitter - what would you compare them to?

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.

The Changing Nature of Globalization in Our Hyperconnected, Knowledge-Intensive Economy

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

To illustrate the incredibly fast pace of change, Friedman noted that in the short time-span since World is Flat was published, we were already transitioning from a connected to an increasingly hyperconnected world.

Detailed stats: Social networks dominate Internet usage, Australia still #1

Ross Dawson

Interestingly Tumblr’s dramatic rise (+183% over the last year) has taken it to overtake Twitter in time spent online. However Nielsen’s methodologies look only at website visits and don’t the majority of time spent on Twitter, which is on web and mobile clients.

Twitter as a tool for Personal Knowledge Management

David Gurteen

By David Gurteen Eric Mack thinks that within 18 months Twitter will change our world. I see three key benefits of using Twitter: It lowers resistance to sharing information. Twitter is one of the most powerful knowledge sharing and relationship building tools on the web. I know I keep banging the Twitter drum but do go take a look and check out my list of KM tweeters ! I agree!

Who is Behind the Nonprofit Hulk Twitter Account?

Beth Kanter

That’s the tweet that showed up in my Twitter stream last week it caught my attention. Hulk (fill in the blank) Twitter accounts are popping up all over Twitter, the latest Twitter meme. NONPROFIT HULK Twitter must be hanging out or working with communications professionals or foundations, because his or her tagline is: “HULK THEORY OF CHANGE: SMASH. TWITTER JUST ONE TOOL IN HULKS COMMUNICATIONS TOOLBOX. HULK BROKE LADDER OF ENGAGEMENT.

The Social Organisation Manifesto

Martijn Linssen

op 5/27/2010 02:18:00 AM Labels: 2.0 , adapt , change , E2.0 , maturity , Social Business Design , trust 1 reacties: eva.santisteban said. Quora: a gossiper's wet dream Twitter punctuation manners Ask not what your company can do for you,? Twitter stats - that just don't add up?