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Updated: 2016-04-29T09:47:10-07:00

 



Definition of Social Learning from Wired for Culture by M. Pagel (further discussion)

2016-04-29T09:47:10-07:00

Currently reading this book and hit the following definition: "Social learning can be fiendishly difficult to define but has - when applied to humans-two important features that together make the entirety of our cultural achievements possible and effectively open up...



On remembering the souls lost on the Challenger...the future doesn't belong to the fainthearted...

2016-01-28T10:10:00-08:00

This is great story by the Washington Post. There are so many things right, here but it's bittersweet. Like this line "It’s all part of taking a chance and expanding man’s horizons. The future doesn’t belong to the fainthearted; it...



Remembering Jay

2015-11-09T10:35:42-08:00

My friend Jay Cross died this weekend. That's a rough start I know but I didn't want to be cute or clever here. Just not feeling that. I met Jay years and years ago and just to be clear -...




2015-09-14T08:19:46-07:00

Hi. Wow. Is this thing still on? Thinking about cranking it up again...I know, there have sooooo many requests. Hmmm...



You JUST hired this person...do you even know....

2014-08-15T06:04:42-07:00

...how many Twitter followers they have? LinkedIn Connections? Instagram followers? Do you know if they have a blog/tumblr? Do you have any idea at all what kind of network that person will be bringing into your organization? Why not? No,...



Remembering Robin Williams - lifelong laughter...

2014-08-11T19:13:43-07:00

So when I was a wee kid, you know, before the Internet, we used to go on the car trips...usually like 4-5 hours...doesn't seem bad now but then, to a kid w lots of energy, that was like a day...



Cyborgs and tapping the Emotional Infrastructure

2014-08-11T11:52:34-07:00

If you're on a business trip and you have to fly - think back to those days of yore when that meant that you would be out of touch for that time. I don't remember havign a lot of anxiety...



THIS is how you ONBOARD....seriously, this nails it...

2014-07-31T06:23:29-07:00

We pour huge amounts of money into the recruiting process, scouring resumes and LinkedIn. We spend more hiring the exact, right employee. Are we thinking though, as Frank Herbert wrote, "a beginning is a very delicate time." So how do...



Your Company is Time Travelling...

2014-07-25T07:30:23-07:00

It's no secret that I love time travel. Doc Brown and Marty. H.G. Wells...and of course, I'll take this chance to drop in this image ^ Allons-y and all that! I was reading "Advancing Ethnography in Corporate Environments" edited by...



Culture is the ground on which you (& your company) stands

2014-07-18T07:43:48-07:00

Would you ever go camping and just set your tent up without checking the ground underneath? You're supposed to check the view in your mirrors when you first get in the car right? Would you ever travel to a foreign...



Let's just call it what it is...it's a brand name..not learning

2014-07-15T13:14:09-07:00

mLearning. sLearning. The venerable and ancient eLearning. Can we just be clear that these names refer to product channels and/or brand names but not to actual 'learning'? I think the one that comes closest is social learning and that is...



Who "owns" your organization's culture?

2014-07-01T07:40:03-07:00

The "C" word. Yep, culture. Haunts so many of our efforts. Often it's like a specter hanging over failed projects - "the culture wasn't prepared to accept that technology." We talk about it's importance and about having the right one...



What I hear when I hear 'gamification' [end user perspective]

2014-06-18T05:00:29-07:00

We're going to leave the debates behind for the moment about is 'gamification' is BS or not - not that they're not important but they're not focused on the end user. Here is what the end user wants: They want...



Thoughts on Soap Bubbles and Learning

2014-04-15T07:11:17-07:00

To begin, if you're not reading/following Eugene Eric Kim, you should. Really. On Twitter he is @eekim and you can find his blog here: http://fasterthan20.com/. Now a couple weeks ago, Eugene wrote a post called "THE KEY TO EFFECTIVE LEARNING?...



Extroverted whining.

2014-03-09T17:35:11-07:00

Anybody who knows me would probably call me an extrovert. I'm a wee bit outgoing. So this article has been floating around Facebook and I finally broke down and read "6 Things Every Extrovert Secretly Has To Deal With" -...



What does it mean to 'belong' to your organization? (Can u answer the culture question?)

2014-02-20T07:17:25-08:00

Onboarding. HUGE topic right? Plays into performance issues, recruiting, retention... I was reminded during a recent chat about onboarding of one of my favorite books, Making the Corps by Thomas Ricks. I hear what you're saying - that's the Marine...



Why I like "Social Business" better than "e-Learning"

2014-01-29T11:51:33-08:00

I was reading a post by Chris Heuer (you should also read this one) and the central focus was on the worthiness of "social business" as a generic brand name for what we're currently engaged in. I think the key...



365 Pic Project continues..

2014-01-03T20:14:44-08:00

No, I didn't miss one already...my Day 2 is here. I did want to mention that I'm gonna consider Twitter my 'system of record for this experiment. I'll also be keeping a set on Flickr here. I'll use my blog...



My 365 Pics Project: Things I'm Grateful For

2014-01-01T19:23:43-08:00

I thought I'd like to try a "Pic a Day" project this year. I asked around for suggestions and got some good ones but the one that felt right was "things I'm grateful for." I am feeling very positive right...



Further Consumerization Impacts on the Work World

2013-12-31T06:56:22-08:00

We often talk or read about how consumer-level technologies are shaping the expectations that employees bring to the workplace. This McKinsey Quarterly article though highlights another vector that will impact the workplace - the experience that consumers will have with...



Regarding an Open Letter to the Makers of The Wolf of Wall Street, and the Wolf Himself

2013-12-28T07:50:14-08:00

So to all the folks who had a moment of crisis about seeing Ender's Game because of the hateful comments of the book's author, as wrong and misguided as I thought that protest would be (since the message of the...



In defense of the stream.....

2013-12-18T05:40:14-08:00

Sameer Patel, currently SVP and in charge of SAP’s Enterprise Social and Collaborative Software Products and Go to Market recently penned a blog post, "Who Spiked the Enterprise Activity Stream?" I don't want to overgeneralize and am open to corrections...



Networks need reasons - how about decision-making?

2013-12-17T06:00:00-08:00

I find the work by Loomio compelling. @nilofer, in "11 Rules for Creating Value in the Social Era" argues that "In the Social Era, the power to make decisions doesn’t come from your spot on the org chart, or rank,...



Thoughts on Patterns and Writing on Medium

2013-12-14T21:10:10-08:00

I'm not breaking up with Typepad but I did want to try out Medium. So I wrote a post about patterns, something I actually think is very important. I hope you enjoy the post but I also wanted to mention...



Do you know what networks are working for you?

2013-12-09T07:27:22-08:00

We all have rosters of the people at work. Names, phone numbers, physical locations maybe even their Twitter handles or link to their LinkedIn Profile - all there. There is so much missing though. If every employee is an ambassador...