What you see may be only a fraction of what’s there. To learn more, look beyond what you expect.
You can’t manage knowledge. Nobody can. What you can do is to manage the environment in which knowledge can be created, discovered, captured, shared, distilled, validated, transferred, adopted, adapted and applied. — Chris Collison and Geoff Parcell, Learning to Fly
While I’m by no means a gadget freak, I deeply appreciate tools that give us perspective in powerful ways. I keep this handy widget nearby to remind me why learning in real time is often not fast enough.
In 1995 I published a whitepaper entitled, “Learning: The Critical Technology.” In it, I made a simple claim: Organizations only learn through individuals who learn. Individuals must learn for organizations to progress. At the time, online learning (not even called
I don’t get carried away by web-based businesses very often. Sure, I love a few online stores, several online communities, and at time even email — but PaperBackSwap has me cleaning out my cluttered bookshelves and finding books I’ve wanted
Have you ever had the sense that someone you love has died and any minute you’ll be receiving a call? That was how I felt Saturday morning before receiving word that Elizabeth “Lisi” Bansen died Friday from complications associated with