Moving from One to Many - LMS Products are Two Generations Behind

Tony Karrer

I ran across an article by Bob Mosher in CLO entitled: Moving from One to Many that discusses the disconnect of what LMS products are focusing on "competency mapping and effective resource management" vs. what Bob sees as the overall industry trend - "industry shifting its overall training focus away from skills acquisition to an overall strategy of project-based and outcome-driven learning." Making LMS products bigger, more complex is likely the exactly wrong way to go.

Is Social Business Ready to Face Internet Traffic Jams?

Luis Suarez

Not because of trying to keep up with the Social Web, whether internal or external, although it’s been a bit of a painful experience so far, but mostly because when trying to do a good number of different things, interactions I cannot longer feel that sense of being productive, nor effective. And here I am, musing on the irony of things and witnessing how Movistar takes a toll on my own productivity as a social knowledge Web worker not allowing me any longer to do my job properly.

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Is Twitter Where Connections Go to Die? – The Unfollowing Experiment – The Follow-Up

Luis Suarez

Remember groupware back in the good old days? Innovation Knowledge Management Knowledge Tools Learning Open Business Open Leadership Personal KM Productivity Tools Tools and Gadgets

The Evolution Toward Digital Supply Chains

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The traditional supply chain has evolved over the years as a crucial process used by many companies for the production, handling, and/or distribution of their products or services. T heir traditional linear nature is increasingly misaligned with the more networked nature of today’s global production. T hese data and tools will enable companies to make better decisions across the overall supply chain, including product design, manufacturing, distribution and sales.

The Evolution Toward Digital Supply Chains

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The traditional supply chain has evolved over the years as a crucial process used by many companies for the production, handling, and/or distribution of their products or services. T heir traditional linear nature is increasingly misaligned with the more networked nature of today’s global production. T hese data and tools will enable companies to make better decisions across the overall supply chain, including product design, manufacturing, distribution and sales.

The key to understanding what’s going on

Jay Cross

“Contrast that with the groupware approach to things where people are placed into groups defined organizationally or functionally.&#. It was the product of a scenario analysis that looked ahead all the way to 2004! The 50,000 foot view of what’s going on in social networks and informal learning has changed very little In the last five years. From up here in the clouds, it’s just the latest episode in the eternal trade-off of central control and individual choice.

Challenge: SharePoint and NGOs/NonProfits -go or no go? | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Am I really missing something about the use of SharePoint and it’s related products? There has to be a more productive path. Dave Pollard on 11 Apr 2009 at 2:05 pm The problems with sharepoint and other overengineered ‘groupware’ tools go far beyond non-profits. The challenge is that Microsoft, Lotus and the rest of the groupware gang know nothing about collaboration, and that even tools designed for collaboration (e.g.