Wed.Apr 18, 2012

At last

Doc Searls

Amazon is now shipping my new book, The Intention Economy. Yes, the Kindle version too. They even have the first chapter available for free. You can “look inside” as well. Thanks to Amazon’s search, you can even find stuff that’s not in the index, such as the acknowledgements. Those include a lot of people, including everybody who has ever been active on the ProjectVRM list. The book isn’t for me. It’s for customers. All customers, that is.

Learning is not something to get

Harold Jarche

When times were tough, training departments slashed budgets by replacing face-to-face instruction with online reading. They failed to follow through with the discussions, practice, social processing, and reinforcement that makes lessons stick. It didn’t work.

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How to Introduce Autonomous Cars Without Cooking the Planet

Andy McAfee

Many of us can’t wait for autonomous cars, and would pay a lot to have one and be freed up from the hassles of driving. State governments should welcome autonomous cars, too. As Sebastian Thrum convincingly argues , they’ll be safer than human-piloted ones.

PKM Workshop: learning out loud

Harold Jarche

Sometimes it helps to learn out loud – LOL. That’s why we commit to formalized activities. They can help us try something new.

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Find the Charlie’s, Justine’s, and Edna’s in your network

Beth Kanter

I was honored to moderate a panel at Innogive Conference on the intersection of social and mobile strategy.

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