Steve Denning

Reinventing Management: Part 4: Coordination: From bureaucracy to.

Steve Denning

Work is presented to the client or customer proxy at the end of the process of iterations, so that the team doing the work can experience the reaction.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: Is the problem with.

Steve Denning

  The share price of Amazon (AMZN) presents a similar trajectory.

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The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: What economists don't.

Steve Denning

No such evidence is present.

A Gathering in Washington DC on May 12-13, 2011

Steve Denning

Rather than a conference where a series of speakers make presentations, it will be more like a conversation, woven together as an integrated and cohesive experience in which the focus is on group learning. Revolutionizing The World of Work.

Reinventing Management: Part 5: From value to values

Steve Denning

Trust, honesty, diversity, and caring for the environment are obviously important and have also been present in traditional management.

VIDEO: Tim Jackson: Economics that serves the full potential of our humanity

Steve Denning

We would be investing in places where we can connect, where we can participate, shared spaces, concert halls, gardens, public parks, libraries, museums, quiet centers, places of joy and celebration, places of tranquility and contemplation, a common citizenship, a shared present and a common future.

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Reinventing management Part 7: Implementing the transition

Steve Denning

Rehearse your story before you get to making a presentation.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: The wonders of suckiness.

Steve Denning

People gave him one present for both his birthday and for Christmas.

From Trash Cans to Nokia: Is Creativity Innovation?

Steve Denning

In 2004, researchers at Nokia, the world’s leading mobile phone company, presented a prototype of a new kind of mobile phone to the senior management. No, it’s not, although the two are often confused. Good new ideas are everywhere around us, but turning even a few of those ideas into viable, scalable products and services is something much more difficult.

An innovative workshop on radical management

Steve Denning

It’s a lively combination of presentation of the principles and practices along with their history and theoretical justification, an exploration of practical examples of the experiences of actual organizations and interactive exercises and conversations that will enhance experiential learning and discovery. Presently he is on sabbatical in Washington DC supporting the Wikispeed project and spreading the word on Radical Management.

Measuring What Matters: From Outputs to Outcomes: Part 3

Steve Denning

It draws on the talents of the entire group of people present, not just those who speak loudest or most often. This article is the third part in a series of posts on measuring what matters in organizations: the shift from outputs to outcomes. We live now in the age of customer capitalism.

Missing In Action (Again!): The Customer

Steve Denning

The extent of the problem varies from country to country, but it is present everywhere. I wrote yesterday about the wonderful work of Gallup in documenting the global problem of the disengaged workforce.

Let’s Celebrate Dilbert-Style Management? Huh?

Steve Denning

From one perspective, his list presents an engaging people-centered picture of manager—someone who is sensitive to others’ feelings, who listens carefully to those who disagree, someone who strives to be humble as well as confident. Image via Wikipedia.

What does real reform of health care look like? Inspiring VIDEO.

Steve Denning

In this inspiring keynote presentation from CHSRF's Picking Up the Pace conference, we hear the story of health care reform for Alaska's Southcentral population, including the challenges of the native population.

Keynote in Frederick MD on January 27: "Revolutionizing the World.

Steve Denning

The focus of the presentation will be “Reinventing the Workplace for the 21st Century” based on my recently published book, “ The Leader's Guide to Radical Management ,” which Wayne Hurlbert of Blog Business World has said "is destined to be one of the truly great management books."

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: Our Dickensian economy.

Steve Denning

Yet our government keeps showering us with Christmas presents.

An introduction to Steve Denning's blog: Rethink

Steve Denning

In November 2010, I reviewed a large number of books that discuss in various ways the ongoing reinvention of management and I presented my synthesis of the five interlocking principles of radical management in a twelve-part series of articles. My daily blog, Rethink, has moved to: [link].

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: Do you want to attend a.

Steve Denning

It has included presentations made by members of the Golden Fleece Group itself, as well as consistently bringing in speakers from outside the group including speakers from other countries.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: Beauty, meaning.

Steve Denning

In this way we come to terms with our past, our present, and our future.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: WIKILEAKS: President.

Steve Denning

At that meeting, I will present to you what I am doing about the problems that I, as the head of the public sector, am responsible. And I want you to present to me then what you, as the leaders of the private sector, are doing about the problems for which the private sector is responsible.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: My fetish for fonts

Steve Denning

Now that is a Christmas present.

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

Steve Denning

I have read many books about communicating and presenting that focus on the “story.” With all the examples presented in books about the power of the “story,” I’ve never heard anything about dreams as “stories” from our subconscious that effectively communicate with us.

The Leader's Guide to Radical Management: The myth of the single.

Steve Denning

But the book is often presented in such a way that we are definitely left with that impression.

Twitter for Learning: The Past, Present and Future

Jane Hart

Twitter turned 9 on 21 March. I’ve been on Twitter since March 2008. After it appeared in No 11 position on the 1st Top 100 Tools for Learning list in 2007, I realised I’d better sign up!

Ancient present

Doc Searls

Reality 2.0 was my original blog: a pile of stuff I wrote before there were blogs. All of it is old now, but some of it still rings new, connects to what has happened since then, or is going on now. Since Reality 2.0 is deep in the Searls.com basement, I’ve decided to surface some old pieces that might be interesting, for whatever reason.

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International MOOCs Past and Present

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

OpenLearning.com , a venture born out of the University of New South Wales ( UNSW ) in Sydney, Australia. Starting this week, you can begin taking two of their courses ( Observing and Analysing Performance in Sport & Services Marketing – The Next Level ). University of Western Australia. By next March, the Perth-based university plans to offer two courses (one in sociology, the other in oceanography) using an adapted version of Stanford’s open source platform, Class2Go. SpanishMooc ?

Keynote at TheNextWeb: The future is motion graphic presentations

Ross Dawson

However one of the most interesting aspects of my keynote is that my visual presentation will consist entirely of motion graphics, 3D, and video – there will be no still images. For many years I have wanted to create an entirely moving graphic presentation.

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2011 Top 100 Tools List and Presentation finalised

Jane Hart

The final list and presentation is available… Read the rest. Yesterday, I finalised the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2011 list. In the last few days of voting there was a surge of contributions (both online and by email) that brought the number of contributions to 531. Many thanks to everyone who took the time to share their Top 10 Tools and help me compile this, the 5th annual survey of learning tools. Social learning

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A few recent presentations

George Siemens

Haugesund. Canadian School of Public Service

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Parallel Supercomputing: Past, Present and Future

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

From the early days of the industry, supercomputers have been pushing the boundaries of IT, identifying the key barriers to overcome and experimenting with technologies and architectures that are then incorporated into the overall IT market a few years later.

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Good Presentations Matter to Rock an Audience

Luis Suarez

Over the course of the last couple of years I have developed that habit of watching the recordings of the presentations that I give myself at public speaking events. Good presentations matter from Ned Potter.

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Presentation: Build Your Business with Crowdsourcing

Ross Dawson

Below are the slides from my presentation. Usual disclaimer: these slides are meant to accompany my presentation, not to stand alone. View more presentations from rossdawson. Today I spoke at Australian Chambers Business Congress on Build Your Business with Crowdsourcing.

Presentations: MOOC Research Initiative

George Siemens

This past week, in preparation for our upcoming MOOC research conference ( early bird registration ends Oct 31 ), I held two online presentations on a) MOOC Research Initiative (a review of literature, research themes) and b) Lessons MOOCs can learn from online education.

The ideal Christmas present for your staff …

Jane Hart

Are you are looking for a Christmas present for one of your staff? Then why not give them a gift voucher that can be redeemed for a place of their choice on one of the pubic online workshops facilitated by Harold Jarche or me at The Connected Workplace Consultancy in 2014. Here is the schedule [.]. Social learning

Payment Technologies: Past, Present and Future

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

I was reminded of this dictum when recently attending a very interesting workshop, Payment Technologies: Past Present and Future. History can be a useful guide to the future, especially when trying to predict the impact of disruptive changes on human organizations and cultures.

Presentations I’ve recently enjoyed watching

George Siemens

The number of lectures and presentations freely available online provide great opportunities for professional development. Here are a few I’ve recently enjoyed: Hub DE summit Sydney. Learning analytics, soft and hard. Learning Analytics: Notes on the Future. The Future of Learning.

Managing the situated present

Dave Snowden

Key to it is the idea of managing the situated present. If the past is traumatic, as it has been in Colombia (where I am at the moment) then re-situating the past in the context of present needs is important.

Improving Your Presentation Skills – Part Deux

Luis Suarez

I am sure that you would probably still remember how a couple of weeks back I put together a blog post where I shared a good number of resources with plenty of hints and tips on helping “ Improve Your Presentation Skills “ No wonder. Are you ready for some more Presentation Zen?

Open presentations on MOOCs and MOOC Research Initiative

George Siemens

Several presentations this next week that might be of interest to readers: 1. Daily presentations starting Oct 21 on MOOCs, OERs, open access, libraries, and more. This presentation will provide a timeline of the development of the MOOC Research Initiative, its goals, the review and selection process, and lessons learned. A framework will be presented that bridges what is known about online learning and what we are learning about MOOCs.

The Business Value of Serendipity: Improving Your Presentation Skills

Luis Suarez

Yes, of course, I am talking about learning plenty more about killer presentation skills. but still wonderfully accurate on the state of not just “ Death by PowerPoint “, but overall presentation skills in general. View more presentations from www.kapterev.com.