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

Bob Sutton

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. Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Is Your Future Boss Horrible? A 10 Point Reference Check : Comments. Bob Sutton.

Shift in eLearning from Pure Courseware towards Reference Hybrids

Tony Karrer

The shift I'm seeing is away from the design of pure "courseware" solutions and much more to "reference hybrid" solutions. Reference" is static content - meaning no interaction other than allowing the user to link from page-to-page and to search. Reference sometimes comes out as "job aids" or "online support" or "online help" or various other things. Thus, "reference" to me is a good umbrella term. Am I missing an alterative term for "reference?"

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References on Lurking

Nancy White

I was asked about some useful references on lurking and lurkers this week, so I thought I’d refresh myself with a few that I like. (I’ve I’ve written about it here on the blog quite often over the years!).

References on Lurking | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Photo Credit: Uploaded on June 21, 2009 by ph0t0 {loves you too} Share and Enjoy: 3 responses so far 3 Responses to “References on Lurking&# # steve on 26 Feb 2010 at 6:05 pm Ah participation inequality … Will Hill was in my HCI dept at AT&T Research.

CSTD Presentation References

Harold Jarche

Here are the links for my presentation today on The Future of the Training Department for the Canadian Society for Training & Development: Main Article co-authored with Jay Cross. Slideshare presentation. Wirearchy framework. Cluetrain Manifesto. Cynefin framework. Delicious bookmarks on Personal Knowledge Management. Creative Commons search engine for shareable images. Wikimedia Commons for shareable and copyright-free images. GapingVoid cartoons.

The (new) role of the Workplace Learning Advisor

Jane Hart

Many of you will know that I refer to myself as an independent Workplace Learning & Collaboration Advisor. What does that involve? I help L&D (as well as other organizational) teams in the following ways: I keep them up to date with what’s happening in the world of workplace learning and collaboration trends, technologies and [.]. Social learning

In Praise of the Olds

Martijn Linssen

a note to business ‘leaders’

Harold Jarche

Do people refer to your work? Can you succinctly describe what you do, without referring to your job title of description? Would you still be a leader if you lost your positional authority? How would you know?

The Social Learning Revolution and 3 ways that L&D are re-thinking their practices

Jane Hart

Links to some of the references are shown below The Social [.]. On Monday 16th September I was invited to present at a small workshop at the GREATLX International Conference on Games and TEL, in Lisbon, Portugal. Here are the slides I used – they include some small pieces of text to explain them. Social learning

connecting work, learning, and life

Harold Jarche

The 70:20:10 reference model states that, in general, what we learn at work comes 70% from experience, 20% from exposure to new work, and 10% from formal education. The reference model originates from the work of Bob Eichinger and Mike Lombardo at the Centre for Creative Leadership (CCL).

The Evangelist, the Priest and the Monk?

Martijn Linssen

Tracing it back, this is where it started: David ended that Twitter day with building is harder than tearing no doubt referring to this debate. Business or Pleasure? - why not both Home About Contact Monday, 4 October 2010 The Evangelist, the Priest and the Monk?

A sense of direction (1)

Dave Snowden

So lets start with the common manifestations and my issues with them, and I will open each with a key reference. Even then there will be exceptions but in the main the KPIs (to reference the most common manifestation) are all we need.

A huge sigh of relief – a title | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Mark Hurst on 01 Oct 2008 at 9:30 am I like the sci-fi reference, whereby a “habitat&# is an synthetic intelligent structure within which people live in space, for instance a space station or the inside of an asteroid.

[liveblog][PAIR] Jess Holbrook

David Weinberger

” He refers to a blog post he did with Josh Lovejoy about human-centered ML. ” He references Amanda Case: “Expanding people’s definion of normal” is almost always a gradual process. I’m at the PAIR conference at Google.

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


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. Home About Podcasts Videos Xyleme Inc.

Price of Real Learning going from $2.99 to $6.99

Jay Cross

Book Reference Page. The price of the pdf version of Real Learning will increase from $2.99 to $6.99 on October 25th, a week from today. Buy enough for your team now. At $2.99 a pop, you could issue a wake-up call to everyone on your floor for a few hundred bucks. Buy Real Learning here.

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Information is the opposite of information

David Weinberger

The ordinary language use of the term (well, one of them) is to refer to something you are about to learn or have just learned: “I have some information for you, sir! ” But we use the term primarily to refer to news that’s not all that important to us personally. For example, if you asked someone for your doctor’s address, what you learned you might well refer to as “information.”

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the innovation imperative

Harold Jarche

Platform capitalism promotes the opposite of knowledge sharing, which is rather ironic considering it is often referred to as ‘the sharing economy’ But can society afford to have our collective knowledge, and its flow, controlled by only a few mega-corporations?

Should we stop saying ‘commit’ suicide?

Mind Hacks

There is a movement in mental health to avoid the phrase ‘commit suicide’ It is claimed that the word ‘commit’ refers to a crime and this increases the stigma for what’s often an act of desperation that deserves compassion, rather than condemnation.

A sheep in wolves clothing

Dave Snowden

No acknowledgement or reference to any of the existing work in the field (which implies ignorance or plagiarism) and the whole thing was just a set of publicly available ‘cases’ thrown together around a partial and incomplete understanding of something which is far from trivial in its implications.

LinkedIn is not Facebook so Please Think Twice About Your Updates

Dan Pontefract

But it’s also what I might refer to as a ‘digital discipline’ strategy of mine. To those that are beginning to utilize LinkedIn like Facebook, my apologies in advance, but I’ve been removing you from my network list.

Experience, Exposure, Education

Harold Jarche

70%: Experience. 20%: Exposure. 10%: Education.

HR Doesn’t Need a Seat at the Table, it is the Table

Dan Pontefract

Table stakes: … refers to the minimum entry requirement for a market or business arrangement.

Edge Perspectives with John Hagel: Paying Attention

John Hagel

Esther reminded us that recent references to the attention economy are heavily influenced (directly or indirectly) by a seminal article on "The Attention Economy and the Net" by Michael Goldhaber on the subject many years ago.

The Knowledge and Learning Transfer Problem

Charles Jennings

Some organisations, such as Citibank , refer to their 70:20:10 approach as the 3Es – learning through experience, exposure and education. That’s an area where the 70:20:10 approach and the 70:20:10 methodology can really help. -- References Burke, L.

70:20:10 – towards 100% performance

Harold Jarche

It is focused on helping people to implement the reference model. The reference model integrates training, performance improvement, and social learning. Many books provide a good read and then go on the shelf, where they stay.

Enterprise social technologies

Harold Jarche

Reference presentations (Slideshare): Enterprise social network dimensions. I am presenting on enterprise social technologies, learning and performance at the Learning Technologies conference in London today.

Gord Downie May Be The Best High School Teacher I Never Had

Dan Pontefract

Given Downie recently received an honorary doctorate from Queen’s University, we can now refer to him as Dr. Downie. Downie’s history lessons are in fact laden with Cage references, and influences. It’s been some time since I patrolled the jaundice-colored halls of my high school.

[2b2k] The commoditizing and networking of facts

David Weinberger

every fact can always have references accompanying it. On the other hand, because Wikidata is doing this commoditizing in a networked space, its facts are themselves links — “referenceable facts” are both facts that can be referenced, and simultaneously facts that come with links to their own references. ” Those references serve at least three purposes: 1. They give us a pointer out into the endless web of facts and references.

15 essentials for successful learning

Jay Cross

The list appears in ASTD Handbook: The Definitive Reference for Training & Development , 2nd edition. “A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds.” ” Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance.

the future is jobless

Harold Jarche

Work is getting automated [references]. We show that over the past 40 years, structural change within the labor market has revealed itself during downturns and recoveries. The arrival of robotics, computing, and information technology has allowed for a large-scale automation of routine tasks.

Sex differences in cognition are small

Mind Hacks

Standardised mean differences (Cohen’s d effect size) for various gender differences in brain, behaviour and cognition: References and calculations at the end of this post, below the fold. Calculations & References: Height: Cohen’s d = 1.72.

Learning Without Training

Jay Cross

Do You Sociate? » “Exhaust data” cite in the Economist

Jerry Michalski

My TEDx Talk on The Purpose Effect

Dan Pontefract

We can refer to this balanced state as the “ sweet spot.”.

What the Internet actually is: A reminder for policy-makers

David Weinberger

they refer to it as follows: The authors believe the best definition currently in existence is that approved by the Federal Networking Council in 1995, [link] and which is reproduced in the footnote below [ xv ] for ready reference. Keep it ready for reference the next time an access provider complains about regulations as if the access providers are or own the Internet.

Internet Time Blog » Engaging Art

Jay Cross

workplace of the future

Harold Jarche

Each of us provided input and references for the course. Clark Quinn , in collaboration with Learnnovators , has created a free and open course on the workplace of the future. The course is dedicated to our late colleague, Jay Cross, founder of the Internet Time Alliance.

Do You Sociate? » Fabulous map of our little online worlds

Jerry Michalski


Scaling in complex systems

Dave Snowden

I wrote a series of posts about scaling over three year ago which in part addressed some of the perversities of methods focused on accreditation revenue to which I referred yesterday.