used to engage three or more people. Social learning is participating with others to make sense of new ideas. What’s new is how powerfully they work together. That work for you? If this helps you, you might want to add this slide to your presentations when you want to explain social learning to others. Learn with them, after all... [read more].
after all, was to explore the leading edge of technology and business practices, and to act as a conduit to bring those practices into Humana’s ecosystem. Five minutes before meeting for the first time with the people Matthews refers to as the “uncommittee,” he framed a plan: encourage the representatives from 14 departments across the company to use Twitter... [read more]
baby wasn’t obvious the last time I published because my last two books came out a few months before my son. The similarities are that a book grows with you, fills you, leaves you feeling nauseated at times, and makes you very thankful for your partner and supporting team. The difference is that at the end of pregnancy you... [read more]
in a few minutes, in the event of a crisis, to notify everyone involved?” What if fire, an earthquake, an explosion, or a hurricane rendered our email and phone systems useless? How would people receive information critical to their lives? Today organizations are considering how to systematically use micromessaging, an emerging communications channel, made possible by Twitter and tools... [read more]
have someone else evaluate us on what they believed we should know. Magnify that by 2,500, the average number of quizzes students face before they are 18 years old, another 100 or so tests in college. After all that, it might seem surprising that I’d even consider writing about the topic here. Eek! Testing has my attention right now... [read more]
[uncentralized] systems, how will anything get done? How will we get everybody in on the act and still get some action? We will do it, I think, by minimizing, and clearly defining, what everybody must agree on—common norms and standards—and in all other matters maximizing each participant’s opportunity and incentive to use his or her common sense, imagination, and persuasive... [read more]
Think Enterprise 2.0 is worlds away from a good pesto. Think again.