Sat.Dec 14, 2019 - Fri.Dec 20, 2019

The Paradox of Leadership

John Hagel

I love paradox. Today I’m going explore not just one, but two, paradoxes. Both are related to the role of leadership in our changing world.

Content systems not content packages

Clark Quinn

In a conversation last week (ok, an engagement), the topic of content systems came up. Now this is something I’ve argued for before , in several ways. For one, separate content from how it’s delivered. And, pull content together by rules, not hardwired.

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The State of Financial Health Around the World

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The Gallup Global Financial Health Study was published in May of 2018. The study is based on a survey of over 15,000 people in 10 different countries.

Let’s get #deepreal

Doc Searls

Deepfakes are a big thing, and a bad one. On the big side, a Google search for deepfake brings up more than 23 billion results. On the bad side, today’s top result in a search on Twitter for the hashtag #deepfake says, “Technology is slowly killing reality.

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turmoil and experimentation

Harold Jarche

Renee DiResta compares the challenges brought about by the printing press — invented in Europe in 1450 — and compares these with the current effects of digital networks in — Mediating Consent.

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Why I left, and the reason for my return

Martijn Linssen

I pretty much left Twitter - and my blog - in 2013. Whereas I usually quit cold turkey, this time I lingered a bit, publishing a handful of blog posts in 2013, even one in 2014, and I'm sure that my Twitter activity followed much the same pattern; I've always said that the combination of the two is what upholds my 'Circle of Inspiration'. Why did I leave?

When Crafting a Manufacturing Training Program, Don’t Forget the Basics


The manufacturing industry is in the midst of a significant growth spurt that will create 4.6 million new jobs over the next 10 years 1. One of the challenges fast-growing manufacturing companies will face in the future is training large numbers of new hires.

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The Quest of Questions

John Hagel

Questions are powerful. Especially the ones That don’t yet have an answer. They can inspire us To leave our comfort zone And launch us on a quest, A journey, One with many obstacles But also many rewards. They can motivate us To come together In a shared quest.

“diversity trumps ability”

Harold Jarche

High tolerance for ambiguity is a critical skill as we live and work in increasingly complex, networked environments. Navigating through turbulent times requires the ability to deal with ambiguity by seeking and making sense through a diverse network of connections of people and knowledge.

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How an LMS for Nonprofits Can Increase Employee and Volunteer Engagement


For a nonprofit to survive, it must retain its staff, donors, volunteers, employees, and board of directors. Engagement is key to retaining these individuals and ensuring the success of the nonprofit. The organization must also engage the community to gain new supporters.