Two types of knowledge

Jay Cross

For example, you can know a lot about cooking but until you have tacit knowledge, you can’t call yourself a chef. Explicit Knowledge. #1 1 is explicit knowledge. By definition, explicit knowledge can be captured in words. It’s the facts. Answers on Jeopardy. Tree/false tests.

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Exploring Business Types and Business Models

John Hagel

But I’ve also written a lot about business types/roles, including a popular Harvard Business Review article almost 20 years ago. Many of you have approached me to ask, so what’s the difference between a business model and a business type? And, if there is a difference, what business models should each business type adopt? And, not to keep you in suspense, there is a difference between business models and business types as I use them. OK, I’ve created some confusion.

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Trending Sources

Three types of KM

Harold Jarche

For example, knowledge management is not a software system, but really three processes that are conducted in parallel and support each other; namely Big KM , Little KM and PKM [ Patti Anklam ].

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Types and Tokens

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

It's a simple comparison, graphing the candidates' word use by tokens and types, as follows: To count tokens, you simply add +1 to the count each time the candidate utters a word. To count types, you add +1 to the count each time the candidate utters a new word. Just what is a type?

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Leadership by Example

Harold Jarche

Here are two examples. Management and leadership are similar types of abilities. As can be seen by Dr. Brant’s second example, with modelling, the learner is progressively supported. Leadership by example becomes the key. Leadership training usually does not work.

Capture Examples

Tony Karrer

The primary reasons for doing the eLearning Tour was that it is hard to see examples of what is being done by fellow eLearning professionals and get a sense of the patterns that exist. And while I believe that I gave a flavor of what's happening out there through the tour, my gut tells me that it would be helpful to capture more examples. So first question – after participating or viewing the videos for the event: Is it helpful to capture examples?

Social Learning Examples

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Next, Jane details using social media for different types of learning. Here’s an example of what I’m talking about: Thanks, Jane, for making life easier. At DevLearn, many people lamented the difficulty of explaining the benefits of social media to their managers and peers.

Types of Meaning

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I don't want to spend a whole lot of time on this, but I do want to take enough time to be clear that there are, unambiguously, numerous types of meaning. Consider the classic constructivist activity of 'making meaning', for example. Herewith, a bit of an account of some of the many different types of meaning: Literal meaning - the sentence means what it says. Which types of language is the word used in: letters or reports, spoken or written, biology or business etc?"

Types of Blog Discussions

Tony Karrer

See Five Things Meme as an example. as an example. I've been involved with several different groups of people who are having different kinds of discussions that happen among bloggers. The most common models of blog discussions seem to have turned into a few patterns: Organic Blog Discussions - someone posts something interesting, lots of bloggers post on the topic, distributed discussion ensues. Blog Tag Memes - Someone posts a question and "Tags" five people to give their response.

Net uncovers new type of cloud

David Weinberger

There are reports of a new type of cloud , one that is not currently in the official International Cloud Atlas. For example, the University of Illinois’ “ cloud types &# page lists four broad categories, and a list of miscellaneous clouds, each of which is categorized under one of the four basic types, evoking a “Huh?&# Missouri-Columbia lists eight types.

Types of Knowledge and Connective Knowledge

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Historically, we have had two types of knowledge: First, 'qualitative' knowledge. What colour the object is, for example. How many things do we see, for example. These two types of knowledge account for most of what we know about things that there are out there in the world. These two types of knowledge combine the best of human capacities: our ability to perceive, to sense the world, and our ability to calculate, to think about the world.

The Baseline Journey

Adaptive Path

Attempting to manage different journeys for different customer types can be, well, a labor of lunacy. The baseline journey is a means for making a service for many types of customers a manageable feat for you and much more lovely for them.

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A Playbook for Improving Customer Journeys

Adaptive Path

For example, GE Healthcare redesigned their medical imaging equipment so that children would find the experience less scary. For example, some services work to give you tangible evidence of what they did for you as a final point of uplift.

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?

Typographers: the Original UX Designers

Adaptive Path

This made the type nerd in me happy and hopeful about the respect paid to typography on UX design. Below are a couple quotes that resonated with both the type and UX nerd in me. There is good contrast in type size to indicate titles, subtitles, and body copy.

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Pastiche 2.6 from Xyleme now available

Xyleme

Post Type: Blog post. For example, a course can be taken while on a business trip and mid-flight. Pastiche 2.6 is an offline player for iPad and Android tablets that tracks and reports scores from interactive courses to the LMS. This new feature of Pastiche allows your nomad and field learners to download and take courses on their tablets and complete them on their time, regardless of connectivity.

An organizational knowledge-sharing framework

Harold Jarche

We can expand these three categories with Ewen La Borgne’s observation on the types of artifacts left by work projects. Note that these six categories only serve as examples and do not represent a complete spectrum of knowledge representations.

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Building institutional memory, one story at a time

Harold Jarche

We know that this type of knowledge cannot easily be codified. Finding ways to collect and share both types of knowledge is important for institutional memory. The Ritz-Carlton provides an excellent example with Stories that Stay with You.

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stories connect knowledge

Harold Jarche

Examples include content curation, engaging in communities of practice, and a structured mentoring framework. Finding ways to collect and share both types of knowledge is important for organizational learning.

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The Net: Free infrastructure for speech, enterprise and assembly

Doc Searls

Nothing in human history, with the possible exception of movable type — has done more to encourage all those freedoms. Take radio and TV, for example. For example, when we say the Net consists of “sites,&# with “domains&# and “locations&# that we “architect,&# “design,&# “build&# and “visit,&# we are saying the Internet is a place.

Google Brain: Inductive Thinking and Curiosity

Eide Neurolearning

and decides quiet a lot of information can be gained by this type of superficial processing of large quantities of material. This more superficial processing may be particularly well suited to inductive problems where principles may be extrapolated from different examples or instances.

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Life lessons from the keyboard.

Euen Semple

Even the discomfort I often feel when typing can be an example of this. I tend to bash on, trying to type faster than I actually can. But recently I have begun to slow down and notice my typing more, allowing myself that microsecond of awareness, giving myself the chance to notice which key I am about to press and then, most importantly, not getting frustrated or irritated when I miss a key.

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Workplace Learning: Adding, Embedding & Extracting

Charles Jennings

An example might be the creation of some workplace activities as part of, or immediately following, a leadership development programme. The AAR Model for Reflection and Embedding The AARs (After Action Reviews) of the military are simple but powerful examples of ‘embedding’ good practice.

Introducing the Digital Learning Quadrants

Dan Pontefract

Those that are Millennial have equal the opportunity to learn in a digital way if the environment exists in terms of levels of access and participation as with those in GenX, Baby Boomer or Silent Generation types. This type of learner is handicapped only by time and tools.

‘Form’ing learning

Clark Quinn

While there are a number of steps to take (including how you work with SMEs, the details you attend to in your content, etc), their internal vocabulary talks about ‘knowledge checks’ and the goal was to do those better as they migrate existing courses to a new platform with a suite of assessment types. First we worked through the different types of assessment types (moving from true/false to more complex assessments like ‘submit and compare’).

Sharing some ideas

Harold Jarche

Participating executives explored the power of building relationships across divisions, functions, and levels and the benefits of different types of networks. For example, Sparse networks are useful for efficiently gathering and disseminating information.

ADHD, Creativity, and Reduced Inhibition

Eide Neurolearning

Research suggests that different types of creative thinkers may excel at different types of problem-solving (e.g., "ADHD may have negative consequences for academic achievement, employment performance, and social relationships.

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The new work

Harold Jarche

All work today can be reduced to just four basic types of jobs, according to Lou Adler. So I began to map Hamel’s essential work competencies against Adler’s job types. For example, the S&P stock index in 2009 was 81% intangible assets, up from 17% in 1975.

What Else can Work at Scale? and Techniques from Social Media

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

I use games as a metaphor to talk about MOOCs: There are two types of games: - those that depend on programmed design and memorization, and - that create an environment.where players and objects interact In the same way, there are two types of MOOC: - those that depend on programmed design and memorization - xMOOC - that create an environment.where participants and objects interact - cMOOC The first type of game was a failure.

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A return to constraints

Dave Snowden

However I have been modifying my September thoughts somewhat and I’ve increasingly made a distinction between robust and resilient types of constraint. Each of the constraint types below apply to both. Think of a salt marsh to contrast with the sea wall if you want an example.

Becoming a 21st Century Digital Tinkerer

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

We need to teach students to want to constantly learn new types of things, because that is the world that we are moving into - a world of constant and rapid change. Recombinant innovations, remixes and mashups are all examples of creating new contexts. .

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On cryptocurrencies, blockchain and all that

Doc Searls

“A permissioned system -[or ledger] is one in which identity for users is whitelisted (or blacklisted) through some type of KYB or KYC procedure; it is the common method of managing identity in traditional finance.” Take a look at this chart : CryptoCurrency Market Capitalizations.

The Collaboration Commons Idea

Dan Pontefract

For example, many libraries (be it K-12 or public) have setups like the following: . And yes, there are loads of examples out there today … libraries and offices already in positions of strength by already acting on this type of thinking.

Classifying folktales

David Weinberger

Some Examples: Beauty and the Beast: Type 425C. The Devil Building a Bridge: Type 1191. The Foolish Use of Magic Wishes Type 750A. Hansel and Gretel and other abandoned children: Type 327. Women forced to marry hogs: Type 441. The Runaway Pancake: Type 2025. Wikipedia has a complete breakdown and here has examples of most of the tale types Via Metafilter : The Aarne-Thompson Classification System.

Evolution of the Chief Learning Officer

Dan Pontefract

If, for example, a CLO has no sense of ‘why’ they’re in the position in the first place, how can we expect them to deviate from an LMS and course evaluation mindset? The C-Suite members are culpable for this type of thinking.

transparency sets the stage for trust to develop

Harold Jarche

In the second example above, people worked together because the remuneration was transparent. This type of business model focuses on long-term value, not short-term profit. Business value increases with transparency.

The Virtuous Cycle of Existing Theory and Big Data

Andy McAfee

Here, for example, are status word clouds for the extraverts in the group vs the introverts (as measured by existing tests), and the neurotics vs people with high emotional stability (contains R-rated language): Aren’t these amazing?

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Towards the Connected L&D Department

Jane Hart

I have had a few questions asking how other organisations are moving forward in these areas, so in this (revised) chart below I have colour-coded the areas to show the different type of activity I am seeing.

Black Box Thinking Review

Harold Jarche

Syed provides examples of how many of our work systems are broken, suffering from closed loop thinking by not allowing us to test assumptions and conventional wisdom. One excellent example is of 5 Israeli parole judges whose cases over a 10 month period revealed some shocking statistics.

Designing Microlearning

Clark Quinn

So how should you design the type of microlearning I really feel is valuable? Now, we can also be providing examples, e.g. how the model plays out in different contexts. The actual task is the practice, but I’m suggesting providing a model explaining why it’s done this way is the minimum, and providing examples for a representative sample of other appropriate contexts provides support when it’s a richer performance.