An Example of Analysis

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

99% of the time I don't say anything, but for everything I read, this is the sort of thought process that runs through my mind. The 'Make America Great Again' stands both as a reference to Trump and a reference to the state of affairs prior to the civil rights movement, and associates them (as Trump himself may have intended, but that's a separate issue). Maybe it refers to America of the 1950s.

Is Your Future Boss Horrible? A 10 Point Reference Check - Bob.

Bob Sutton

WSJ CareerJournal | Though Now Routine, Bosses Still Stumble During the Layoff Process. A 10 Point Reference Check.    We developed ten "reference check"  questions that you can ask people who have worked with and for your prospective boss -- or perhaps had him or her as a client -- to help determine if you are at risk of going to work for an asshole. Can you provide examples from experience?” A 10 Point Reference Check : Comments.

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TNP 8. Associationism: Inferential Processes

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Associationism: Inferential Processes A. Such systems, I have noted, automatically, via various learning mechanisms, perform various associative tasks, for example, generalization. We produce abstractions by processing conscious input. This is not a rule-governed process.

Examples of eLearning 2.0

Clark Quinn

internal processes on wiki starting to use wikis internally Moving faculty bookmarks to Delicious use wiki for learners to craft definition of 'seamless service' after searching orgs that proclaim to provide seamless service We hope to build wikis that our students can use to share information. During my presentation last Thursday that was an introduction to eLearning 2.0 as part of an online event for the eLearningGuild, I mentioned a few common ways that I've seen eLearning 2.0

Monday Broken ID Series: Examples

Clark Quinn

I see several reliable problems with examples, and they aren’t even the deepest problems. Then, when they do exist, too often they’re cookie-cutter examples, that don’t delve into the necessary elements that make examples successful, let alone are intrinsically interesting, yet we know what these elements are! Conceptually, examples are applications of the concept in a context. Note that the choice of examples is important. So, please do good examples.

Business Practice Redesign

John Hagel

In the world of scalable efficiency, processes rule. Businesses around the world are well into their third decade of “business process reengineering”, massive initiatives designed to create more and more tightly integrated and standardized business processes to squeeze out the inefficiency that lurks when people don’t follow instructions to the letter. It turns out that we’re spending more and more of our time outside processes.

70:20:10 – towards 100% performance

Harold Jarche

The book consists of 100 practitioner-focused articles, many of which provide checklists and examples. It is focused on helping people to implement the reference model. The reference model integrates training, performance improvement, and social learning.

Instructional design: from “packaging” to “scaffolding”

Jane Hart

It usually refers to the process of extracting knowledge from Subject Matter Experts, and presenting this content in a logical order for individuals to study. This may help the learner immediately, but it hinders the learning process.

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Is Blockchain Ready to “Cross the Chasm”? Lessons from the Internet

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Traditionally, intermediaries have taken on the role of trust keepers, adding costs, delays and complexity to the processing of transactions. Their adoption process is thus gradual, incremental and steady, unlike the hockey stick adoption we typically associate with disruptive technologies.

A Few Words on ePortfolios

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I was asked, I think that it would be of a great interest that you (as a world wide reference in education) can write a very brief review (between 200-300 words) about your vision regarding ePortfolios. A good example of such a system is the Desire2Learn ePortfolio system.

The Anatomy of an Experience Map

Adaptive Path

But I still see a dearth of quality references. When someone asks me for examples, the only good one I can reference is nForm's published nearly two years ago. They're meant to engender a shared reference of the experience, consensus of the good and the bad.

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70:20:10 - Beyond the Blend

Charles Jennings

There are many other examples of ‘blending’ learning stretching back into the past, too. Participants are not constrained in the same way that they might be if they need to show up to a class at a set time and location to complete their learning process.

Boundary conditions

Dave Snowden

So lets look at the four main boundaries, ignoring for the moment the ones to disorder: Obvi ous to Chaos This is the complacency boundary, the imposition of inappropriate imposition of best practice or standard process regardless of consequence.

Coherence in complexity

Harold Jarche

Anecdote reports that John Kotter, leadership guru , is accepting that methods like his 8-step process for leading change may not be effective in the face of complexity. Many of our older business models are not working any more.

The Long Term Impact of AI on Jobs - Some Lessons from History

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Most jobs involve a number of tasks or processes. The Economist references the work of economist James Bessen , who in a recent Atlantic article, - The Innovation Paradox , - argued that “what’s happening with automation is not so simple or obvious.

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On cryptocurrencies, blockchain and all that

Doc Searls

To help me get my head fully around all that’s going on behind that surge, or mania, or whatever it is, I’ve composed a lexicon-in-process that I’m publishing here so I can find it again. These tokens are sometimes also referred to as App Coins or Protocol Tokens.

“you simply can’t train people to be social!”

Harold Jarche

I have also learned that changing work routines can be a messy process that requires significant time, much of it dedicated to modelling behaviours. . Every person’s PKM processes will differ.

Reactivating Learning

Clark Quinn

Recontextualization : here we’re showing another example. We’re showing how the concept plays out in a new context, and this gives a greater base upon which to abstract from and comprehend the underlying principle, and providing a new reference that might match a situation they could actually see. Reapplication : this is the best, where instead of consuming a concept model or an example, we actually provide a new practice problem.

Picking Winners

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

The idea is that the marketplace should determine which companies succeed or fail, and that government should not interfere in the process. A typical example of this argument can be found in a Financial Post article from last May. In the case of selecting which company to support, there is an evaluation process required, and this usually involves the weighing of one business case against another. This is an ad hoc process typically used for specific domains and purposes.

Sense-making glossary

Harold Jarche

Sense-making – The process by which individuals (or organizations) create an understanding so that they can act in a principled and informed manner … Source-linked sensemaking – In conventional media, a document about a topic may cite a list of references.

Towards a Hyperconnected, Digital Economy

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Everyone pretty much agrees that there is a transformation of historical proportions underway, propelling us from the industrial society of the past two centuries to an information society that's in the process of being defined. As defined in Wikipedia, globalization refers primarily to the process of business and economic integration that has resulted from advances in digital technologies and the rise of the Internet.

intangible value

Harold Jarche

I have learned a lot from Verna Allee over the years, and frequently referred to her work on this blog. Intangible knowledge exchanges include strategic information, planning knowledge, process knowledge, technical know-how, collaborative design, policy development, etc.,

EPortfolios and Badges Workshop - #OEB14

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Example of matrix (very detailed slide with tiny impossible-to-read text). We wanted to find specific examples of activities outside eportfolios themselves, and then look at them in eportfolios. Most of the cases referred to higher education.

The Collaboration Curve

Dan Pontefract

Collaboration methods, for example, are the use of formal and non-formal sharing tools whether online or in-person but predominantly online. see ERP Graveyard examples for starters). Now that I’m on a mission to merge the terms Social Business and Enterprise 2.0

Group KM

Harold Jarche

A description of how the problem was handled is recorded and made available for future reference, so that emergent practices are developed. Capturing exceptions should be practiced by groups, and then the process can be shared through the enterprise.

Workshop on Mass Collaboration - Day One

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

And what are the processes behind this? Examples of hotbed communities include Cremona, Hollywood and Silicon Valley. For example, scientific meetings like this foster interaction among scientists. This process, he writes, undermines existing hierarchy - eg., ''Voice of the Faithful'' - which responded to the Church''s suppression of the priests molesting young people - it is only something that happens in this particular communications world.

The Art of Facilitating Meetings with Sticky Notes

Beth Kanter

Take for example my colleague Eugene Eric Kim who shares his facilitation toolkit which includes links to his favorite Post It notes and markers. Speaking of documentation, that’s where digital tools can come in handy – for example your mobile phone camera.

Theories Related to Connectivism

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

For example, a person could learn mathematics and logic for themselves by making their own computer programs. Hebb, who described simple associationistr (or connectionist) processes. See also ''Parallel Distributed Processing'', by Rumelhart and MacClelland, and the work of Seymour Papert and Marvin Minsky. See, for example, David Hume, a Treatise of Human Nature. I was asked: But i have some questions about my research.

More (somewhat) emotionally intelligent signage in a parking lot.

Dan Pink

” And he included this example from the parking lot of a nearby Chili’s restaurant: Tweet. The second part of the sign that refers to “all other (cars) will be crushed and melted refers to the auto recycling process when they crush cars and mlt them down to reuse the metal.

Four Ways User-Generated Content (UGC) Can Make its Way into.

Xyleme

Home > Learning Content Management , Social Learning > Four Ways User-Generated Content (UGC) Can Make its Way into Formal Learning Four Ways User-Generated Content (UGC) Can Make its Way into Formal Learning January 20th, 2010 Goto comments Leave a comment This past week, I’ve been reading and referring to Jane Hart’s article The State of Social Learning Today and some Thoughts for the Future of L&D in 2010 quite a bit. Can you share some examples?

Learning is Behaviour Change: why is it often so hard to help it happen?

Charles Jennings

Deutschman cites examples from medicine. Speak to Feelings Deutschman refers to the findings of John Kotter , a Harvard Business School professor who has studied dozens of organisations in the midst of upheaval.

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Overcoming the Course and Control mindset hurdles

Jane Hart

I refer to this as informalizing and socializing formal learning – and it is of course a good first step, but it is not addressing the bigger picture of how to support learning as it is really happening informally and socially in the workflow. trying to control the whole learning process.

Running Effective Virtual #Nonprofit Meetings: 9 Best Practices for Facilitating Engagement

Beth Kanter

Rules of meeting engagement or “meeting norms” are stated standards that refer to processes, preparation and communication practices which can apply to any meeting. A thirty minute facilitated process can be used to discuss and create a draft for your meeting norms.

Anticipating the Future of the IT Industry

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Let me share some of my personal impressions of this journey through the lens of three key areas, each of which has played a major role throughout IT’s history, and will continue to do so well into its future: data centers, transaction processing, and data analysis.

I’m Boycotting Mixtent, Here’s Why

Dan Pontefract

What I am against is the process in which Mixtent operates. And no, I’m not referring to the rather lame use of ‘recommendations’ in LinkedIn.

Future Of Work: A Flat Army Of Open Leadership via A.G. Lafley

Dan Pontefract

The process of work should be fun, innovative, creative and very engaging. Lafley’s leadership example demonstrates what’s possible when a harmonious environment is created through a culture of open initiative. Flat Army Leader Examples. Flat Army Leader Examples.

Connectivism as Epistemology

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

For example, I responded to criticisms from Heli Nurmi several times in this fashion. But the sort of environments that create learning vary greatly - the sort of environment that produces a modern information-age knowledge-worker for example varies greatly from one which would produce a skilled bow-maker in the middle ages. For example, a weather network may exhibit a characteristic 'storm front' or a mumuration of blackbirds may display shapes in the air.

[liveblog] Ed tech hackathon

David Weinberger

In the example, a friendly monster asks for help with a question. In the example, students can leave feedback on a video, tied to the time code. The students and teachers can reference the market. How to encourage creation within children, and how to motivate them to be interactive and really invest in the process.

On the Three or Four Problems of Connectivism

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

This listing does not include my work published in academic books (for example, ''The Role of Open Educational Resources in Personal Learning'', in Open Educational Resources: Innovation, Research and Practice , published this year by Athabasca University Press). But I would also argue that the requirement that this work be subject to (the traditional) peer review process is misplaced. Internally, we can appear to examples of self-organization. For example, consider J.J.

Supporting the Social Workplace Learning Continuum

Jane Hart

3 – Think “activities” not “courses” It’s also time to start using different terms to refer to the “learning-focused” work that L&D does in the organisation.