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How to find great talent: 4 questions for Bloomberg View's George.

Dan Pink

Get the irregular and irreverent Pink Newsletter —full of ideas, excerpts, and freebies on working smarter and living better. For the last couple of years, he’s tried to answer that question by hanging out with the best talent spotters in the world – the U.S. Dan Pink. Contact.

The future of education. 100 years ago | Daniel Pink

Dan Pink

Get the irregular and irreverent Pink Newsletter —full of ideas, excerpts, and freebies on working smarter and living better. Why progress matters: 6 questions for Harvard’s Teresa Amabile → Get a Trackback link. Not a question of willingness to support education.

The Times' Paywall and Newsletter Economics ? Clay Shirky

Clay Shirky

Wikileaks and the Long Haul » The Times’ Paywall and Newsletter Economics. Second, News did not report, for example, whether a loyal reader from July to October would count as a single transaction or several consecutive transactions. (If Given the paucity of the data, the key question of churn remains unanswerable. Instead, it is becoming a newsletter, an outlet supported by, and speaking to, a specific and relatively coherent and compact audience. (In

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The Collapse of Complex Business Models ? Clay Shirky

Clay Shirky

The Times’ Paywall and Newsletter Economics » The Collapse of Complex Business Models. From the Q&A after, it was clear that for them, the question wasn’t whether the internet was going to alter their business, but about the mode and tempo of that alteration. That kind of question comes up a lot. This is, as Tainter notes in his book, an open question. Here is the answer to that question from the TV executives. Clay Shirky.

The case against passion | Daniel Pink

Dan Pink

Get the irregular and irreverent Pink Newsletter —full of ideas, excerpts, and freebies on working smarter and living better. The case against passion In this month’s Sunday Telegraph column , I discuss my least favorite question in the world: “What’s your passion?”. Dan Pink.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Great New PaperVision Examples - 3D in Your Browser

Mark Oehlert

» February 28, 2008 Great New PaperVision Examples - 3D in Your Browser Ive blogged before about PaperVision.in e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Small Basket of Virtual World Items | Main | Using GMail and Thunderbird.thoughts?

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Unanswered Questions at Supernova 2007

John Hagel

Last week, Kevin Werbach asked me to address his Supernova conference and offer a preview of some of the questions that will form the foundation of the research agenda for the new center. These are the questions that will focus our research agenda.

5 questions for Josh Levine of Matter Collaborative

Adaptive Path

I caught up with Josh for 5 questions I’ve been dying to ask. That’s true—but today (and this goes back to your first question) there’s a greater need for the non-linear, generative thinking designers employ to solve problems. BS] While at Neutron you helped to create and pilot their “steal this idea&# newsletter.

Why do we care about some things and not others? | Daniel Pink

Dan Pink

Get the irregular and irreverent Pink Newsletter —full of ideas, excerpts, and freebies on working smarter and living better. is a high school teacher in New York who emailed recently with a pair of interesting questions. Good questions. An interesting example.

How to Participate in the MOOC - 2

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Here's what the social web involves in this course: Your own personal information and email Your social network identities Your blog and other RSS feeds Your newsletter subscription OpenID Logging In Before dealing with any of these on the change.mooc.ca Then, for example, you could comment on a comment here, and tweet the URL from your account, or post a copy of your comment in Tumblr, or whatever. At the bottom of that newsletter is an unsubscribe link.

A few simple tools I want edu-startups to build

George Siemens

For example, if you activate the Wikipedia layer, you’ll receive updates when you are in a vicinity of a site based on a wikipedia article. I want to be able to activate an open data set (UNESCO, OECD, local university) and perform visualizations based on questions that I ask the system – i.e. computation meets visualization, sort of like what would happen if WolframAlpha meets Gapminder.

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Social Media: An Interview

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I was asked to contribute my responses to interview questions on social media for a new journal called The Future of Learning and of course I was happy to send some thoughts along. I started using ICQ ( [link] ) for example in 1997 (My ICQ number: 1287181) well before it was acquired by AOL. link] From my website, I distributed some RSS feeds, I distribute a popular email newsletter, and of course I make the content available on my website.

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seek > sense > share for cities

Harold Jarche

“Additional outreach included a blog to share the results and to connect to other stakeholders; a newsletter; radio interviews provided by Brazilian mayors; and strategic connections to other events and meetings in Brazil.”

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Connective Knowledge and Open Resources

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

The following is a set of responses to interview questions I answered over the weekend. That’s a good question, and I don’t really know the answer to it. George and I have been exchanging email since the late 1990s – we each had our own online newsletter (mine was OLDaily , his was called elearnspace ). It was intended very deliberately to be an example of the theory we had formed over the previous four years, and not simply a place to talk about it.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: How do you grow a.

Steve Denning

As it turns out, the answer is the same as the question, “How do you grow any business?” One way of approaching this subject is through a set of questions that deal with the main aspects of growing a business. These aren't the only questions, but they can get us started.

MOOCs and Community Colleges

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

So the first thing on my list of questions I sent you is about MOOCs representing a shift in teaching and learning, is what we’re talking about here basically a shift from content to learning skills, from teaching happening in one place to it happening in multiple places, to a shift in control of learning from institution to student… Is that basically how you would see the shift MOOCs represent? Stephen Downes: Well, that’s a question.

5 Reasons Why Activity Streams Will Save You From Information Overload

Luis Suarez

Over at Gartner , Craig Roth put together, just recently, a rather thought provoking blog post where he is questioning whether Activity Streams are heading in the very same direction as our Inboxes have been heading over the course of time; that one of Information Overload.

Cheap and Cheerful Audience Analysis for Nonprofits

Beth Kanter

Note from Beth: One of the most common questions I get at workshops or webinars is, “Should our organization be on XYZ social or mobile platform?” You can’t use this tactic in China, for example, where Facebook (and Twitter, among other social media channels) is blocked.

Beyond Free ? Open Learning in a Networked World

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Diana Laurillard actually answers the question in the same talk, the same paper, in which she proposes. Let''s turn the question around. Show us one example." Newman & Levy, 2104) Newspapers are a good example. I''ve seen, for example, by Harrison C.

Louis C.K. and the Decent Net, or How Louis won the Internet

David Weinberger

( This is the lead article in the new issue of my free and highly intermittent newsletter, JOHO. For example, most email is spam that treats its recipients as means, not ends, but the bulk of it is sent by a tiny percentage of email users. How do we weigh phishing against the time people put in answering the questions of strangers? Fortunately, we do not have to resolve these questions.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: Why is Agile hard to sell?

Steve Denning

We now have many examples of large-scale implementations of Agile. The only question is how rapidly it will happen.

The power of an hourly beep | Daniel Pink

Dan Pink

Get the irregular and irreverent Pink Newsletter —full of ideas, excerpts, and freebies on working smarter and living better. Each hour when my watch, computer, or phone beeps, I stop whatever I’m doing, take a deep breath, and ask myself two questions: 1. Dan Pink. Contact.

MOOC - The Resurgence of Community in Online Learning

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

In this presentation Stephen Downes addresses the question of how massive open online courses (MOOCs) will impact the future of distance education. The phenomenon of ''wrapped MOOCs'' will be described, and Downes will outline several examples of local support for global MOOCs. The implications for the French-speaking world of distance education will be considered, and Downes will outline strategies and examples of the use of MOOCs to promote linguistic diversity.

Creating the Connectivist Course

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Sure, there are primitive elements – the component of a connection, for example – but you move very quickly into a realm where any articulation of the theory, any abstraction of the principles, distorts it. We collected RSS feeds from these and aggregated them into a single thread, which became the course newsletter. In a real sense, that question is irrelevant.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: BenQ and Siemens - Western Envy

John Hagel

A number of my clients and colleagues used the news of the acquisition to question whether these themes were valid. However, I am not sure if the BenQ-Siemens deal is actually a very good example.

Does being reminded of money make you an uncooperative jerk or.

Dan Pink

Get the irregular and irreverent Pink Newsletter —full of ideas, excerpts, and freebies on working smarter and living better. The introduction of money into this situation raises two uncomfortable questions: 1. Dan Pink. Contact. Follow Dan on Twitter. About Dan.

The Study, and Other Stuff

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

There are three separate threads in Siemens's response to my last post , all of which are fascinating: The thread concerning whether or not the study he published was bad, The thread examining the question of whether universities can be a valuable force for social equity, and My own experiences of the university system. But my focus was on this particular example.

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BlogForever Interview

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I have some of my earliest articles - which are still on mypage now - are from ’95, including, for example, a transcript from an onlineconference that we hosted. These were all dated, these were all posted on my website and sothat became my daily newsletter. So, Ihave two forms of blogging – the articles and the newsletter. The newsletter is ameans of me saving my bookmarks. Evenif I am not going to write about them in my own newsletter I’ll nstart babbling.A

The Reinvention of Management: Part 2: How do you delight the client?

Steve Denning

For example: the iPad. For example, Quadrant Homes, a division of Weyerhaeuser doesn’t build homes and then try to sell them, Quadrant sells homes before building them and involves buyers in each step of the design.

Can a 5-minute exercise double your productivity? | Daniel Pink

Dan Pink

Get the irregular and irreverent Pink Newsletter —full of ideas, excerpts, and freebies on working smarter and living better. Taking the time to question the rationale behind activities is so valuable. Ask a question that might enlarge/clarify/redefine the scope. Dan Pink.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: BOOK REVIEW: The New.

Steve Denning

But Haque also gives remarkably clear guidance as to how this vision can be realized as well as telling examples of organizations that are already doing exactly that. Haque is one of the few writers--like Fred Reichheld ( The Ultimate Question )--to face up to the issue of “bad profits”.

Knowledge, Learning and Community

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Take for example what has come to be called the traditional definition of knowledge, “justified true belief,” and its counterexamples. For example, ‘to know that Paris is the capital of France’ is not to have some sentence in the brain, nor is it to be in possession of some fact, it is to be organized in a certain way. Part of being ‘like’ a person who practices a discipline is agreement on the same set of facts, and answering the same questions in the same way.

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Foradian Technologies Interview

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Questions 1. I am best known for my daily newsletter, OLDaily, which covers advances in educational technology, for contributions to connectivism, which is a learning theory based on distributed knowledge, and for the development of MOOCs. I recently mentioned the example of Chris Hadfield, the Canadian astronaut who employed social media to share his experience of commanding the International Space Station. Please introduce yourself to our readers.

The Open Road

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

He inquired (due to a misunderstanding of my questions) about the availability of the introduction and index of a certain edition of Hume''s Treatise. I don''t understand why you''re bringing up Hume -- but in direct response to that example, isn''t that online and freely available?

John Warrillow's 3 habits of highly successful entrepreneurs | Daniel.

Dan Pink

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Interview with Steven D. Lockshin, author of Get Wise to Your Advisor

Dan Pink

Because the book was so revealing, I asked Lockshin to answer some questions about his book for readers. He’s also provided an outstanding 8-page PDF on the questions you should ask anyone aiming to give you financial advice.

Education as Platform: The MOOC Experience and what we can do to make it better

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

The newsletter is probably the single most defining feature of a MOOC. This is a bit of an aside - people talk about how great the traditional university was - Oxford and Cambridge, they had the best professors and the best content - and they had really smart people there, no question about it. And I think that's a serious question as well. So it really does raise the whole question of, "what is it they're learning at all?" That's a darn good question!

100 eLearning Articles and White Papers

Tony Karrer

Each cell is supported with video examples. Clive on Learning: In-house, out-house, that old question 21. The Bamboo Project Blog: My Personal Learning Environment An example of a PLE 26. Really Fast Storyboarding for E-Learning Projects - DSA Learning & Performance Tips Newsletter 49. The newsletter for the Association for Learning Technology: Using a Virtual Learning Environment to motivate learners 86.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: A genuine Sputnik moment.

Steve Denning

The heart of the economic problem Most of the positive examples given the President’s speech from small organizations or startups. The question is: will we?

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Where Do You Begin (Part II)

Mark Oehlert

Army Games for Good : excerpt " In addition to the many civilian examples of Games for Good (G4G), theU.S. e-Clippings (Learning As Art) Home Archives Subscribe About My Social Networks « Where do you begin when you havent posted in like 2 weeks? Main |.but