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Building a More Resilient, Data-Driven Economy

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

“With each major crisis, be it war, pandemic, or major new technology, there has been a need to reinvent the relationships between individuals, businesses, and government,” wrote MIT professor Alex “Sandy Pentland in the first chapter of Building the New Economy.

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The Incongruity Of Facebook’s So-Called Core Values

Dan Pontefract

Founded in 2004, Facebook went public a mere eight years later on May 18, 2012. At the time of this writing, the market cap of Facebook was $661 billion. It … Continue reading "The Incongruity Of Facebook’s So-Called Core Values".


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On Diversity and Safety

Clark Quinn

I normally don’t speak on this blog outside of my focus on learning. That’s for other platforms. However, I can’t help notice; deaths, protests, abuse. And while I wrestle with what to say, I can’t in good conscious say nothing. And there is a connection: diversity and safety.

our wake-up call

Harold Jarche

On 6 June 1944 the First Canadian Army landed at Normandy. It had never been tested in battle as a formation. The complications of drills in England had been replaced by the complexity of war and the chaos of battle.

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Modern Workplace Learning – in a nutshell

Jane Hart

Here is a short slideset (of 10 slides) explaining the rationale for Modern Workplace Learning and some of its features. You can read the first introductory section of Modern Workplace Learning 2020 for free here.

TELUS CEO Darren Entwistle Demonstrates How Companies Can Operate With Purpose

Dan Pontefract

Darren Entwistle joined TELUS in 2000 as President and CEO. TELUS is a Canadian technology company that provides a wide range of telecommunications products and services in addition to digital … Continue reading "TELUS CEO Darren Entwistle Demonstrates How Companies Can Operate With Purpose".

Talking meaningful learning

Clark Quinn

So, I’ve previously mentioned the Learning & Development conference I’ll be participating in that starts late this month. And, their main sessions are not webinars, but basically mini-courses (with lots of variation). But they’ll also be having live sessions.

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Incremental Learning ? the real continuous learning

Jane Hart

When people talk about “continuous learning” or “lifelong learning” they often mean by that term “continuous education” or “continuous training”, i.e. regularly attending courses or programmes, but in this article I want to show how continuous learning is, in fact, a process of incremental learning, i.e

evidence and perspective

Harold Jarche

Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds. PatrickTanguay — “ School pre-covid: Teach them all exactly the same thing, sitting in rows. Prepare them for cubicle + factory work.

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The best way to forget is to never know

Doc Searls

@EvanSelinger tweeted , While some companies think it’s enough to tweet support for social justice while marketing a tool for oppression, IBM gets out of the facial recognition business & states opposition to mass surveillance & racial profiling.

How To Support Remote Training as Working from Home Becomes the New Normal


During the U.S. lockdown caused by COVID-19, many employees were mandated to work from home for their safety as well as the safety of others. But now, lockdown rules are changing and the restrictions that kept workers at home are beginning to lift.

3 Improvements Leaders Should Consider When Business is Slow


No one knows exactly when the COVID-19 lockdown will end and when employees will be allowed to return to the office. While many companies have begun the process of reopening, others are still closed or are operating at a lower capacity than they are used to.

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apprendre dans un monde complexe et chaotique

Harold Jarche

Traduit par Christian Renard. This is a translation of learning in complexity & chaos.