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Differences to make a difference

Dave Snowden

So this weekend is the Winter Revel of HTLGI, virtual thanks to Covid but I still hope that we will back under tents at Hay this summer.

Management Musings: Episode 1 – Work From Home Mental Health Issues

Dan Pontefract

I’ve decided to put together a new series called “Management Musings.” ” It’s a series of short video clips of me chiming in on workplace issues… The post Management Musings: Episode 1 – Work From Home Mental Health Issues appeared first on Pontefract Group.

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When Do You Team?

Clark Quinn

Ideally, we’d have teams doing all our design and development. There are benefits to working together, not just for the innovation and creativity, but also for process. We can watch out for other’s mistakes and limitations just as they can look for ours.

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New Directions for Government in the Digital Age

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Over the past few decades, economies and societies around the world have been going through historical transformations as they transition from the industrial age of the past two centuries to a 21st century digital age.

trust emerges over time

Harold Jarche

Imagine a research-intensive organization where scientists should be sharing what they learn, and the official company policy is to share information and expertise among public and private partners. However, the company is ‘downsizing’ and layoffs are based on performance reviews.

A Message About Learning from the Shop Floor

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Dear Boss, Thank you for your email about e-learning , titled 'A message about learning from the C-suite' which was reprinted in Chief Learning Officer. You asked some questions and made some comments, so I thought I'd take this opportunity to reply.

Webinar: Driving Content Management ROI Across the Extended Enterprise


Managing content at the component level (as opposed to the document level) makes content smarter and more powerful by?reducing reducing time to market, supporting collaboration across the extended enterprise, and ultimately improving the customer experience.

ROI 130

More Trending

Radio 2.x

Doc Searls

On Quora , somebody asks, How can the radio industry stay relevant in the age of streaming music and podcasts? Here’s my answer: It already is, if you consider streaming music and podcasting evolutionary forms of radio.

OER and User Pay

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Thanks to Jeff Rubenstein for a thoughtful comment. I agree that the division between 'content' and 'paper + ink' isn't always the best way to approach the discussion, and should note here that it was generated as a metaphor to frame a response to a commonly raised issue.

Cost 137

How to Support Business Continuity Through a Crisis with Online Learning Content


Without practices in place to ensure business continuity, a crisis can cripple an organization’s operations and core business functions. Deloitte explained exactly what the objective of managing business continuity is: LMS training

Whence, where, where next …

Dave Snowden

I’m spending the bulk of Sunday getting ready for an intensive series of sprints next week to get the Cynefin wiki populated with all the methods and concepts outlined within the recently published field-guide.

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Welcome to the 21st Century

Doc Searls

Historic milestones don’t always line up with large round numbers on our calendars. For example, I suggest that the 1950s ended with the assassination of JFK and the rise of British Rock, led by the Beatles. I also suggest that the 1960s didn’t end until Nixon resigned, and disco arrived.

Tips 190