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Building Better Jobs in an Age of Intelligent Machines

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

On November 18, the MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future released its final report , The Work of the Future: Building Better Jobs in an Age of Intelligent Machines.

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Homo Narrans: archetypes

Dave Snowden

Two days ago (apologies for skipping a day) I said that I would pick up on the role of archetypes in narrative work. I wrote a two-part article for ECO on the subject, featuring the work of Sonja and others in South Africa (where the technique was developed).

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AI and Meaningful Practice

Clark Quinn

Again, a video of an idea I want to talk about. This time about AI and Meaningful Practice (just around 2 minutes). I welcome your thoughts. By the way, I’m experimenting with video as a blog mechanism.

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Reflections on the Futures of Education

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

On the Futures This post is a series of short comments on the just-released document from the Canadian UNESCO chairs on the future of education.

Black Friday Sale: LEAD. CARE. WIN. Free Course!

Dan Pontefract

With the launch of the LEAD. Learning Program comes a unique opportunity for you. It’s a Black Friday Free Course opportunity. If you… The post Black Friday Sale: LEAD. Free Course! appeared first on Pontefract Group. lead care win leadership leadership development

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Homo Narrans: preface

Dave Snowden

The Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling were a key part of my formative years and I still refer to them on a regular basis. The name comes from the fact that they had to be told just so by Kipling to his daughter.

moscow rules

Harold Jarche

Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds. “In the past every village had an idiot, and we could all deal with that. Now the internet is allowing idiots to connect and it is normalising idiocy.”

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Homo Narrans: of infinite-resource- and-sagacity,

Dave Snowden

As I promised yesterday I want to pick up on the use of narrative in lessons learned , or more properly lessons learning processes. The idea here is that looking backward is all well and good but what really matters is what learning is happening in the here and now.

Diversity & coherence

Dave Snowden

Problems of diversity, inclusion and associated conflict pervade modern society. To be honest they always did but we are more aware of them.