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Harold Jarche

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Dec 23, 10

1. People can learn by observing the behavior is of others and the outcomes of those behaviors.

2. Learning can occur without a change in behavior. Behaviorists say that learning has to be represented by a permanent change in behavior, in contrast social

Dec 23, 10

Classroom instruction is complex but do we treat it as such? Is “sensing” a priority of teacher education? How would an instructor who waits for “patterns to emerge” be viewed by their supervisor? As laid back? Aloof? And does outcome-based education (uni

Dec 23, 10

Growing a community is not just adding new members. It requires adding both people and relationships -- nodes AND links. Node counts are important in social networks, but it's the relationships -- and the patterns they create -- that are key! A community

Dec 23, 10

Training (formal learning) takes place in controlled environs that can include classroom (face-to-face and virtual distance learning) and/or asynchronous on-line, self-paced events. Nothing wrong with any of these methods. Unfortunately, these formal even

Dec 23, 10

I have been stimulated to take some of this book’s ideas and create the following graphical representation of how an upstart company should look at the “Signals of Change”, especially from non-market conditions. Upstarts should use their asymmetrical swor

Dec 23, 10

Tom thinks that the value of a diploma will decrease because knowledge in one field will not be enough for a generation facing multiple job changes and that the economies of scale offered by physical institutions will no longer be as obvious as they were

Dec 23, 10

There are two components at interplay here: the network and us. The way they interact and entangle is what is increasingly both interesting and important to the knowledge economy. This is especially true of a distinct and burgeoning part of it I’m called

Dec 23, 10

I think that it will be difficult for training and education to be heard above the clamour for scarce resources and investments. Much of the e-learning market is still courses online and it’s hard to give a direct measure of value per course in times when

Dec 23, 10

8. A brand manager’s job will become that of the social officer, facilitating as many moments of authentic interaction with consumers each day as possible. As such, part of their job will be understanding where to find their customers and how to help them

Dec 23, 10

Web 3.0 – This will be about semantic web (or the meaning of data), personalization (e.g. iGoogle), intelligent search and behavioral advertising among other things.

If that sounds confusing, check out some of these excellent presentations that help you

Dec 23, 10

Extending that, what’s web 3.0 going to be? If we take the semantic web concept, the reason we add these tags is for systems to start being able to use search and rules to find and custom-deliver content. An extension, however, is to have the system gen

Dec 23, 10

This model does two things. First, it defines the eight competencies we think are required for successful community management. Second, it attempts - at a high level - to articulate how these competencies progress from organizations without community mana

Dec 23, 10

So when it comes to the present day implementation of social media and emerging technologies, I argue that HR is crazy — crazy like a fox. The day we embrace technology & demand that our managers leverage their communities to find talent is the day we wor

Dec 23, 10

Social Learning Community Management
How will you manage and grow your community over time?

* Who will be in charge of community management?
* What is your moderation strategy?
* Who is responsible for moderation?
* How many months in adv

Dec 23, 10

Treating fair dealing as a user right was a crucially important milestone that breathed new relevance into the provision. However, fair dealing only applies to a limited list of categories, namely research, private study, news reporting, criticism, and r

Dec 23, 10

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Dec 23, 10

I am Jane Hart, a Social Learning Consultant, and founder of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies.

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