Sat.Jun 16, 2018 - Fri.Jun 22, 2018

5 steps towards Modern Workplace Learning

Jane Hart

How do you begin to move forward, and implement a modern workplace learning approach? I believe this involves 5 key steps.: Modern Workplace Learning

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The 2018 Inclusive Internet Index

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

Earlier this year, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) published the Inclusive Internet Index 2018.

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Triage & trivia

Dave Snowden

For my generation one of the seminal television programmes was M.A.S.H, one of those cases where the spin off for the small screen was a better format than the original film.

Nordic leadership in times of extreme change

Harold Jarche

Return of the Vikings. I have had the privilege of working with several Nordic organizations over the past few years — Carlsberg , HR Norge , Implement Consulting , Snow Software , Prime Minister’s Office of Finland.

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MWL Newsletter No 69

Jane Hart

Posts, articles and news about Modern Workplace Learning (MWL) for the week 10-16 June 2018. Modern Workplace Learning

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DC Schools Say Sitting in Chair More Important Than Learning

Nine Shift

The Washington DC City Council has passed an emergency one time bill to allow 26 students to graduate high school this month. . These students have been absent for more than 120 days, but have met all other academic requirements. . This move is vigorously opposed by the DC Schools, the superintendent of which apparently believes sitting in a chair is more important than learning. And that keep these 26 smart students out of college is also a good thing. .

A good publisher

Clark Quinn

I shot this short little video because, well, I have to say that my experience with ATD has been excellent. They’ve done what I’ve needed: listening when they should, arguing with me when they should, responding to my questions, and executing on their responsibilities professionally.

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PowerPointless

Euen Semple

I marvel at the extent to which communication in the workplace has become about shuffling slide decks instead of talking to each other. Or writing good prose for that matter. Rather than engaging directly with people to convey the power of our ideas we hide behind the apparent professionalism of a polished presentation - or we clog up our IT systems sending each other bloated files rather than writing well crafted and effective emails.

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top tools 2018

Harold Jarche

Once again, Jane Hart is asking what are your top tools for learning ? You can fill out the survey, write a blog post, or email Jane your list. Check out the link and submit your vote before 21 September. All of my tools are used for personal/professional development as well as workplace learning.

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Believing everyone else is wrong is a danger sign

Mind Hacks

I have a guest post for the Research Digest, snappily titled ‘ People who think their opinions are superior to others are most prone to overestimating their relevant knowledge and ignoring chances to learn more ‘ The paper I review is about the so-called “belief superiority” effect, which is defined by thinking that your views are better than other people’s (i.e. not just that you are right, but that other people are wrong).

A summary of My Leadership Book’s Conclusions

Nigel Paine

Dekra Media has included an interview with me in their Learning Insights Page. You can view the 6 minute video here

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tech career advice

Harold Jarche

Here are some questions I was asked by the organizers of the Landing Festival in Lisbon, where I will be speaking on 28/29 June 2018. How do you keep up-to-date with all the changes in the tech market? I use my professional network to help filter information for me. For example, Valdis Krebs is an expert on social network analysis. Thomas Vander Wal has deep knowledge on enterprise network technologies. Jane McConnell understands the digital workplace in large multinational companies.