The first seminar on scaling

Dave Snowden

After my series of posts on scaling it was time to but some of that work into a seminar/training course that I ran with Simon Bennett.

Cynefin for strategy: new seminars

Dave Snowden

So I have changed the complexity seminar to focus on a walk through of a generic approach to strategy based on complexity thinking. The seminars will be strictly limited in numbers, far too many people to my mind advertise a seminar but then deliver a large class lecture.

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Social Networks & Learning: Research Seminar

George Siemens

Last year, TEKRI and Athabasca University hosted a week-long research seminar on networks and learning. The seminar will be held in Edmonton from June 20-24 and is open to students and faculty. The event was quite successful. As a result, we are organizing a similar event this year. It’s an opportunity for review of existing and leading research as well as intensive discussion about the roles of social media and networks in education.

Social networked learning: research seminar

George Siemens

In June, 2010, Terry Anderson and I, along with TEKRI researchers and a few visiting guests, hosted a doctoral research seminar on social networked learning. This year, we (TEKRI: Terry Anderson, Jon Dron, and I) are excited to announce the second version of this research seminar: Social Networks and Learning 2011. This year’s seminar will be held at Athaabsca University in Edmonton from June 20-24 2011.

New seminar programme

Dave Snowden

A mixture of meetings, project work, a couple of rugby matches and a series of one day seminars all make for a rich mix. As part of the preparation I have been working on the agenda for the seminars and have made some significant changes to focus on complexity based strategy. New thinking and methods will also be introduced through the seminar series. I'm looking forward to my impending four week tour of New Zealand, Australia and Singapore.

Pioneering New Seminar for Community College Presidents

Nine Shift

A pioneering new seminar for Community College Presidents and other senior administrators premiered this month in Fort Lauderdale. Security was tight at the new Nine Shift seminar for community college administrators.

Short notice seminar option

Dave Snowden

I have just been told that the seminar I am giving at the University of Surrey this Tuesday lunch time is open (although there are limited places). The title of the seminar is: From Induction to Abduction: a new approach to research and productive enquiry. As well as the practice of micro-narrative or abductive research I plan to outline some of the basic theory, in particular to the American Pragmatists Dewey and Peirce.

Seminar on MOOCs, Lyon, France, Day 2

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

We did a seminar with all the teachers and talked about it - talking in very general terms about the digital revolution, about MOOCs, etc. Again these talks are all in French so my note-taking may be inaccurate in places.

Seminar on complexity

Dave Snowden

We've just had a couple of cancellations on the seminar next week (30th June) so some places are open again. I mix basic teaching with discussing the issues faced by people in the group, so it is a real seminar rather than a lecture or a class. It's a purposefully small group, spending a day understanding the implications for policy and practice of complexity theory.

Boston Seminar/Masterclass

Dave Snowden

Boston on the 10th November sees my one day seminar/masterclass on complexity theory and its implications for organisational development and strategy. We keep these seminars small deliberately as it allows for greater personalisation and provides an ability to deal with the specific situation of each delegate.

Research Seminar: Social Networks and Learning

George Siemens

We’re only about a month away from the TEKRI-hosted doctoral seminar on Social Networks and Learning. We have a great list of presenters and research students lined up. If you’re interested in attending, registration is open. And, if you’d like to share with friends/colleagues, an event poster is also available (.pdf). Terry Anderson has a bit more info on the event

Summer Seminar Series

Clark Quinn

With the caveat that I’m one of the speakers, I’d like to bring the eLearning Guild’s upcoming Summer Seminar Series to your attention. They’ve put together two back-to-back seminars that cover the latest trends. The two seminars cover social networking, and serious games. The first seminar is led by Mark Oehlert and Brent Schenkler , who not only are fun, dynamic, individuals, but are totally into new tools.

Set them Free: Our Old Virtual Seminars

Adaptive Path

In 2008 and '09, we produced a handful of virutual seminars on various topics we were interested in at the time. When we launched the new adaptivepath.com, they didn't make the cut, but we wanted you to have access to them. There's still some good stuff here! So, for your edification, or background listening while you clean your desk, here are six of them, free of charge: Showing the Value of UX: Connecting User Experience and Business Value.

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Set them Free: Our Old Virtual Seminars

Adaptive Path

In 2008 and '09, we produced a handful of virutual seminars on various topics we were interested in at the time. When we launched the new adaptivepath.com, they didn't make the cut, but we wanted you to have access to them. There's still some good stuff here! So, for your edification, or background listening while you clean your desk, here are six of them, free of charge: Showing the Value of UX: Connecting User Experience and Business Value.

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Seminars: offer to network members

Dave Snowden

That includes three advanced one day seminars which I will run (Accreditation is now Steve and Michael). This discount also applies to any existing customers who want to use the seminars as a part of their current projects. I previously blogged on the new training structures we were putting in place.

Seminar on Open Social Learning

Jay Cross

I am really looking forward to attending the VI International Seminar on Open Social Learning in Barcelona next month! To mark the end of the 2009 as the European Year of Creativity and Innovation, the UNESCO Chair in e-Learning UOC is offering an international platform for presenting OSL related research and practices, with an eye on mapping new trends in the field of open online education at all levels.

Intro Video for CQU Seminar

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

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Notes from Centre Jacques Cartier seminar on MOOCs, Lyon, France

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Summary notes from the conference in Lyons - most of it was in French (except the Tony Bates talk) so there may be some inaccuracies in my notes. John Daniel MOOCs: Comment Sortir du Labyrinthe? MOOCs - created in Canada - a revolution in higher education - an evolution, not a revolution (much like Paris 1968) - MIT electronics course - 340 perfect scores, incl.

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Virtual Seminar: Attracting and Retaining New Users

Adaptive Path

In this 75-minute virtual seminar — Sparking a Crush: Attracting and Retaining New Users — you will learn how to create compelling new user experiences. Tags: Events Virtual seminar Do you remember the last time you had a crush? My last crush was on the guy who’s now my husband. From the moment I met Seth, I couldn’t get enough of him. I talked about him all the time. I was convinced he was perfect.

My Virtual Seminar: 16 (Mostly) Difficult Steps To Becoming A Customer-Driven Organization

Adaptive Path

I am presenting this on February 11 as part of our virtual seminar series. I hope you find the time to attend this virtual seminar , and I look forward to encouraging a dialogue on this subject. Tags: Experience Strategy Virtual seminar Plugs Organizations Last October, I taught at UIE’s UI13 Conference. All teachers are invited to give an additional 90-minute presentation.

Virtual Seminar Encore: Mobile User Experience - What Web Designers Need to Know

Adaptive Path

Back by popular demand - I’ll be hosting a repeat performance of my virtual seminar titled Mobile User Experience - What Web Designers Need to Know this coming Wednesday, April 22. In this 75 minute seminar, I’ll share: • key differences between designing for mobile and the web. • It’s a topic near and dear to my heart because I used to be a web designer.

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Virtual Seminar: Mobile User Experience - What Web Designers Need to Know

Adaptive Path

Next Wednesday, January 14th I’ll be hosting a virtual seminar titled Mobile User Experience - What Web Designers Need to Know. It’s a topic near and dear to my heart because I used to be a web designer. I made the move to mobile four years ago and distinctly remember how it felt to get up to speed in an industry I knew very little about.

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e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Get Social, Get Game and Get Learning! eLearning Guilds Summer Seminar Series

Mark Oehlert

eLearning Guilds Summer Seminar Series Just wanted to let everyone know, so you can all run out and sign up now! that Brent Schlenker and I are doing an e Learning Guild Summer Seminar Series that is focused on all things "2.0"

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: A Kind of 21st Century Digital Animation Studio

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The objective of the seminars is to show how industry leaders are using engineering-based approaches – e.g., design, tools, processes, analysis, simulations, etc – to address complex problems in their industry or institution.

Is It Sometimes Rational to Select Leaders Randomly? A Cool Old.

Bob Sutton

This term at Stanford, I am teaching a doctoral seminar on leadership.    I am not qualified to teach a seminar on love or religion; so, for me, this is the most vexing topic I can teach.  Gonzalo (one of you students in the seminar!). Bob Sutton. About Subscribe to this blogs feed Email Me Follow Me @ work_matters. Book Me For A Speech. Brightsight Group. Search. 17 Things I Believe.

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: A Kind of 21st Century Digital Animation Studio

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

The objective of the seminars is to show how industry leaders are using engineering-based approaches – e.g., design, tools, processes, analysis, simulations, etc – to address complex problems in their industry or institution.

Get Social, Get Game and Get Learning! eLearning Guild's Summer Seminar Series

Mark Oehlert

that Brent Schlenker and I are doing an e Learning Guild Summer Seminar Series that is focused on all things "2.0" Just wanted to let everyone know, so you can all run out and sign up now! and how they can be used to create powerful ,collaborative, learning environments.

Tools & Methods To Learn, Navigate, & Make a Name for Yourself in the UX Landscape

Adaptive Path

I’m hosting a virtual seminar tomorrow to share some unique ways to adapt to new environments – and the UX industry, specifically. This is a great seminar for those of you interested in either building or expanding your career in user experience design. We are always swimming in a sea of “new&#. There are new clients, projects, jobs, careers, relationships and more that we must figure out how to adapt to as we move through life.

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Irving Wladawsky-Berger: Innovation Communities and Network Effects

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

I gave a couple of seminars to MBA students, and spent time with faculty and research members of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group , arguably one of the foremost such academic groups in the world.

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: Reflections on Leadership and Innovation

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

We discussed in the seminar whether engineers had the proper communications and social skills to sell their ideas within the company and beyond, as well as to lead the efforts needed to transform advanced lab inventions into disruptive marketplace innovations.

Signs that You May Need a Strategy

Adaptive Path

I’m going to be sharing a few of my own techniques in a virtual seminar on Wednesday. Tags: Experience Strategy ROI/Business Value Tips & Tricks Virtual seminar Experience design is seen by most organizations as a cost center, yet those of us in the practice spend most of our days and nights developing solutions that deliver disproportionate value to the organizations that employ us and the customers that purchase our products and services.

PebblePad and Modern Workplace Learning

Jane Hart

Yesterday, in a free seminar at the Learning Technologies 2018 Expo hall in London, I gave a short presentation with Shane Sutherland, the CEO of PebblePad, about how their personal learning platform underpins Modern Professional Learning, as well as how it provides a new employee-centred “learning technology” to support learning … Social learning

Navigating New Environments

Adaptive Path

On July 29th I’ll be hosting a virtual seminar about methods and tools to adapt, navigate and thrive within the UX field, specifically. This is a great seminar for anyone new to the world of user experience who is grappling with terms and jargon. I ended up at Adaptive Path through happenstance. A friend through a friend, and suddenly I was working smack in the middle of the user experience design industry for the first time.

What They Said

Nine Shift

About our two day NineShift seminar this month “I hoped for a good prelude to our college’s strategic planning development. LERN delivered.”. Stephen Pannill, President, Cecil College, North East, MD.

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stevenberlinjohnson.com: Long Zoom for Long Now

Steven Berlin Johnson

stevenberlinjohnson.com « Americas Bloggiest Neighborhoods | Main | Biking To School » Long Zoom for Long Now This Friday at 6:30 Im going to be giving one of the Seminars About Long Term Thinking for the Long Now Foundation. Posted by: fasdf | May 09, 2007 at 01:48 AM Most, if not all, Long Now seminars can be viewed for free at fora.tv

Teaching On the Train

Nine Shift

Taking the train to do an in-person seminar this spring, my brilliant co-author Julie Coates teaches her online class. Across the aisle another passenger is also working online on the train.

More Than 1,000 View the Blog This Week

Nine Shift

Our Nine Shift seminar for community colleges on Feb 1-2 has SOLD OUT ! More than 1,000 people viewed the blog this week. Thank you! Thank you.

Irving Wladawsky-Berger: Leadership and Management Skills in the Knowledge Economy

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Home Archives Subscribe « "Killer Apps" and Virtual Worlds | Main | A Kind of Cambrian Explosion » August 13, 2007 Leadership and Management Skills in the Knowledge Economy I am getting ready to teach a new graduate seminar at MIT this fall - Technology-based Business Transformation. Irving Wladawsky-Berger A collection of observations, news and resources on the changing nature of innovation, technology, leadership, and other subjects.

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More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

Home About Full Circle Contact Resources Wiki Full Circus Full Circle Associates connections for a changing world, online and offline… Apr 29 2008 More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name&# ) Published by Nancy White at 6:57 am under community , facilitation , networks , online facilitation , online interaction , social media photo credit: os?to I hate titling these blog posts with the words “community management.&# After writing post 1 and post 2 on this topic (triggered by Chris Brogan ), the words just feel wrong. But because this is the label that has been floating across our blog conversations, I’m keeping it in as “connective tissue.&# I was actually thinking about “The Giant Ear!&# So why am I writing a third post in three days on community management? (Instead of going for a walk this morning. Uh oh.) It is “in the air.&# For those who have had a baby, it’s like once you get pregnant, all of a sudden you notice all the other pregnant women walking around town! Once you start putting blogging your ideas on something, you notice others who have thought/said/tickled around the same thing. The waves of blogging conversations about community management seem to be washing on the shore closer together these days. While catching up on some feeds, I saw Matt Moore’s bit on chief conversation officer. Organisations need Social Media Relations people. And because of the participatory nature of the social media, these people will have to blog. And comment on other blogs. And Twitter. And all that other stuff. They will encourage, advise and look out for bloggers and social media headz in their own organisations. And they will have to believe in what their organisations do (be it curing cancer or causing it) or else they will get found out. Everyone wants to be Chief Talking Officer. Who wants to be Chief Conversation Officer? Hm. Matt is talking about something different than this animal we’ve been calling community manager, but some of the functions he lists hearken back to Chris’s list. But do you feel the dissonance that I do? Just the title “officer&# shows us the polarities that we activate when trying to reconcile a network activity with a corporate structure. Control Emergence Talking Listening Planned Evolving Being in charge Being able to be an effective network actor We are recognizing these polarities or tensions. (YAY!) They are showing up in thousands of blog posts and creeping into books. They emerge from deep roots and cannot be ignored or wished away. Yet it seems to be hard to talk about them within organizations and even the “job descriptions&# we see more of every day. (Check the listing of online community manager blogs on Forum One’s site or on Jake McKee’s.) Let’s make them discussable, and we can discover the way forward. Let’s discuss them — with every boss and leader who will listen. Let’s encourage the network around organizations to tell them how they feel about being managed – or listened to. Let’s find a way to use the power of the network for our organizations, and with it, the multiplied, nested power of the communities that live in and spring from the network. (Oh heck, I’m getting all riled up and haven’t even had a cup of tea this morning!) To circle back to this idea of “community manager,&# and what it is becoming in a network age, the first thing is to be brave enough discuss the idea that it may be “management&# in the frame of business structures and some “older ways&# of doing things, but in terms of the action in the network, it is not management as we know it. It is is about being connective tissue between an organization and the world/network it lives within. It is about activation, listening, pattern seeking and then bringing that back into the current context of the organization – at whatever stage that organization is in becoming a network organization. It is about reconciling that businesses, in their interaction with the world (customer, vendors, regulators) have opened the door to a new way of being in the system that requires more than management. More than measurable data. More than targets and goals. It requires intuition, intellect and heart. Heart? Community Managers and HEART she says? INTUITION??? Yes. Heart and intuition, but not in the absence of intellect. Because systems include that beautiful, irrational, impulsive part of human life – emotion. “Community&# and “network&# both imply human beings. The person you entrust to guide and represent and help your organization learn – this person we have been calling the “community manager&# – is your person who stewards your connection to both hearts and minds. Who listens with every available channel, including intuition. How do you measure your ROI on intuition? On heart? I’d ask, what are you losing every day by ignoring them. So what would you call that role? Magician? The Giant Ear? Elder? I’m currently stumped. (edited later for a silly typo) Share and Enjoy: 23 responses so far 23 Responses to “More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name&# )&# # Zak Greant on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:13 am I’ve always liked Community Advocate or Ombuds (which is why I guess that these are the titles that I used at MySQL and Mozilla) Cheers! –zak # Cortney on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:32 am You know Nancy, I’m not sure if the word is just wrong or if there is a paradigm shift happening. I can see the whole kit’nkaboodle of community becoming more and more mainstream with an actual executive level recognized role a business organization. As I said on Chris’ blog — I’ve got a brainstorm working. Maybe we should have a CM Expo/Conference (online of course) and discuss some of these issues. I’ll be happy to help organize and coordinate. What do you think? Cortney # Edward Vielmetti on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:34 am Nancy – the old fashioned (pre web) names for this role have included fairwitness (the Well) organizer “list mom&# (for mailing lists) moderator (from Usenet) sysop (from bulletin boards) I don’t think any of these terms represent “management&# , in the traditional sense of goals and metrics and deliverables and accountability. More often they suggest a service role, someone who deals with the rough parts of whatever software you are dealing with and makes sure that the needs of the group are met even if the system doesn’t meet them. I don’t actually like the “community manager&# name for any of the work I do, even though I clearly take on some of those roles – in large part because most of the community work I do defies management per se at its edges. # Looking after conversations « Green Tea Ice Cream on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:59 am [.] after conversations Posted on April 29, 2008 by Michael Clarke A series of posts on Nancy White’s blog set me thinking about the role we’re introducing to help deal with the mushrooming quantities [.] # Sylvia Currie on 29 Apr 2008 at 8:14 am I just started working with BCcampus.ca and my new title is “Community Producer&#. I don’t feel comfortable with that title. For SCoPE ( [link] ) I’ve always called myself a Community Coordinator. That feels like someone who, simply, helps to make things happen in the community. Producer feels like someone who delegates…or something. I haven’t quite figured out why I can’t bring myself to add my new title to my email signature! # Jay Fienberg on 29 Apr 2008 at 11:50 am I’ve seen some cases where there’s confusion in an organization around the “manager&# role of the community, e.g., there’s a community “project, “&# product&# or “program&# that needs a more or less traditional role of a project, product or program manager. Then, of course, there is this other role that you are talking about–of liaising with and in and from the community. In general, I think the “manager&# designation in community manager sometimes ends-up merging two very different roles into one. Sometimes, one person can do both roles, but they need to figuratively be able to switch hats very clearly. I always have liked using the word “host&# in describing the non-management role: e.g., the organization provides community hostesses and hosts who help the flow of the “event&# that is the community. # Jay Fienberg on 29 Apr 2008 at 11:57 am (Oh, I was thinking I was being more gender inclusive by using the word “hostess,&# but that doesn’t look right. So, just: “host,&# but a host of any gender!) # More on community management (part 3 or “what’s in a name”) | Management on 29 Apr 2008 at 12:57 pm [.] Andy Beal wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptI hate titling these blog posts with the words “community management.” After writing post 1 and post 2 on this topic (triggered by Chris Brogan), the words just feel wrong. But because this is the label that has been floating across our … [.] # josien on 29 Apr 2008 at 1:26 pm thinking of names. not only a big ear… as you say eyes, heart, intellect, too. sensor? for scanning the universe with all senses, to make sense of some of it. Interesting to see who would spell as censor… # alexanderhayes on 29 Apr 2008 at 6:00 pm Hi Nancy ( and team ! ) I’ve been contracted to deliver … strange word… facilitate online learning here in the big land under for a large organisation. Just letting you know I’ve adapted one of your resources with attribute and supplemented some organisational responsibilities with your wisdom – [link] Would love some feedback ! # Sylvia Currie on 29 Apr 2008 at 7:28 pm I started a new job with BCCampus.ca and my title on paper is “Community Producer&#. I just can’t bring myself to put that on my email signature. At SCoPE I’ve always called myself a “coordinator&#. That role seems about right because the title suggests that I help to make things happen in the community. Producer sounds kinda Hollywood or something! Or like someone with big bucks who delegates! # LisaN on 29 Apr 2008 at 10:28 pm Personally, I like the term “Community Interactivator.&# # Inside View from Ireland on 30 Apr 2008 at 1:29 am The Role of the PRO… AS WE RAMP UP for the Internet Experience in Education Conference and Workshops (22 May 2008 in Tipperary Institute), I’m looking at several proposed seminars that bump up next to the idea of communities online. Invariably, those communities will run … # matt moore on 30 Apr 2008 at 3:21 am [.] More on accord direction (part 3 or whats in a name) [.] # Denise on 30 Apr 2008 at 5:04 am I. Don’t. Know. Heh. I do know that I am not overly fond of my title and have never been overly fond of any of my “community&# titles. Maybe it’s that I just don’t like titles and I am not sure they are conducive to community growth. Now I’m shuddering again, looking at my signature block. # Networks, control and the fear of loosing it « Net-Map Toolbox on 30 Apr 2008 at 10:41 am [.] Posted on April 30, 2008 by Eva Schiffer Talking with Nancy White and reading her last posts about community management triggered a whole network of thoughts around why the idea of a network [.] # Nancy White on 30 Apr 2008 at 1:13 pm It is interesting that the idea of our IDENTITIES as community/network whatevers is coming up. That would make a fascinating conversation as well! Cortney, as for an online expo – if it went beyond the borders of “community manager&# I’d be interested! I’m ready to expand the horizon! # Cortney on 01 May 2008 at 5:37 am Nancy, I’m game to go beyond! What type of topics would you like to see? Cortney # Cortney on 01 May 2008 at 6:08 am Anyone else interested? If so, I’d like to know what topic(s) you’d like covered! You can DM your reply to me on Twitter @cortneysellers # Beeline Labs » Blog Archive » Why wrong measurements can be bad for your community’s health… on 01 May 2008 at 2:41 pm [.] going on right now…Chris Brogan kicked it off and Nancy White wrote some interesting musings and also kept track of many of the other interesting links. Posted in marketing 2.0 [.] # Brad on 06 May 2008 at 4:10 am Nancy, Isn’t it a shame that we depend so much on a workplace name to define the actual work we do, and more importantly (and hopefully), the impact of that work? Having said that, I quite like CCCM: Convivial Community Conversation Maker I’d like to see Microsoft ask me for permission to use that moniker! Regards, Brad # Uria on 04 Sep 2008 at 8:25 am ??? ?? ????? ?????? ???????? ?????? ????????? ? ???? ???????? ????? ????? ??? ?????????? # Dade on 12 Mar 2009 at 12:11 pm Appreciate the info guys, thanks Trackback URI | Comments RSS Leave a Reply New to Full Circle? Welcome to my web home. 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Learnlets » eLearning 2.0

Clark Quinn

Internet Time Blog » Making the Business Case for Informal Learning

Jay Cross

Internet Time Blog » Making the Business Case for Informal Learning

Jay Cross

Open social learning

Jay Cross's Informal Learning

Four-minute interview with Jay at VI International Seminar of the UNESCO chair in e-Learning on “Open Social Learning&# , of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona.