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It’s Not The New Normal. Think Of It As The Great Reset.

Dan Pontefract

During the week of April 20, I hosted 40 thinkers, authors, leaders, and keynote speakers from around the world at a virtual leadership event called “Speak Aid.” ” We raised $33,000 … Continue reading "It’s Not The New Normal. Think Of It As The Great Reset.".


More Marketing Myths

Clark Quinn

The other day a tweet caught my eye that used a myth to get you to click a link. Worse, clicking the link led to another myth. These are folks I think are generally good, and it seems that their actual offering made sense, but the approach does not.


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Post-Pandemic, Is the World Likely to Become Significantly Less Flat?

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

“The golden age of globalisation, in 1990-2010, was something to behold,” wrote The Economist in a January, 2019 article. “Commerce soared as the cost of shifting goods in ships and planes fell, phone calls got cheaper, tariffs were cut and the financial system liberalised.”.

Cost 161

bad moves

Harold Jarche

Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds.

Course 187

Ask Dan: What Is The Right Leadership Balance Between Short-Term Crises And Our Long-Term Vision?

Dan Pontefract

Q: As leaders, how do we strike the right balance between providing the long-term vision for where we are going with the short-term immediacy of the crisis at hand? Isn’t that … Continue reading "Ask Dan: What Is The Right Leadership Balance Between Short-Term Crises And Our Long-Term Vision?".


Wanna talk meaning, learning science, and more…?

Clark Quinn

The L&D conference , starting today, has a wide variety of things going on. I’m actually impressed, because in addition to the asynchronous and synchronous sessions I knew about, there are a number of other things going on. Including things I’m in. So, do you wanna talk meaning, learning science, and more…? Here’s when and how.

So far, privacy isn’t a debate

Doc Searls

Remember the dot com boom? Doesn’t matter if you don’t. What does matter is that it ended. All business manias do. That’s why we can expect the “platform economy” and “surveillance capitalism” to end.

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4 Steps to Create an Inclusivity and Diversity Training Program


Diversity and inclusion have become vital, beneficial aspects of company culture. First and foremost, ensuring that organizational culture is diverse and inclusive is morally sound and proves to employees and customers that a company values its people highly. Second, it promotes a better bottom line.

the new normal of remote work

Harold Jarche

“Working from home is not an option for every job, but there is clear evidence that it can have major advantages in the right applications and with the right workers. And as we show in this report it also can have a positive impact on the environment.”

WebEx 248

Ethical Codes and Learning Analytics

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

PDF versions of the Full Paper and References. Presented at EDEN 2020 - Presentation page. Abstract The growth and development of learning analytics has placed a range of new capacities into the hands of educational institutions.

How to Create a Fun Company Culture During Times of Volatility


During times of crisis, either on a community or global level, it can be helpful for employers to create a fun company culture for their staff. This is especially important as workers navigate the stress and changes brought on by COVID-19.