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May 06, 15

instead of focusing on communicating in new ways, it's important that collaboration and contribution is in line with the work people do every day.

May 06, 15

In a way its question What Are You Doing? is what Narrate Your Work asks of you too.

May 06, 15

Let's start with the two big ones: authenticity and transparency. These two often become interchangeable to me when they really shouldn't. They're two separate ideas.

  • Transparency is how much you share and authenticity is the truth of your words and actions.
May 06, 15

some recommendations about how to use these tools to simultaneously advance your own work, make your existence and expertise better known throughout a digital community, and benefit the organization as a whole.

May 06, 15

Working out loud is the art of narrating, and doing, our work in public. It's about doing what we do in a visible way to our colleagues. It's a generous way of working and we get back what we put in.

May 06, 15

Interessant om te zien hoe een hotelketen inspeelt op de behoefte van jongeren. FOBO's en FOMO's.

  • FOBO’s is de afkorting van ‘fear of being offline’.
  • FOMO, ‘fear of missing out’
  • Het profiel van de FOBO met FOMO:
May 06, 15

Leuke Vlaamse site over gebruik nieuwe media door jongeren. Ook onderzoek.

  • generatie Y deelt via social media gemiddeld zes stuks content per dag. Hiermee is e-mail (met vijf stuks per dag) voorbijgestreefd door social media.
Apr 22, 15

Wat doe je als je 's avonds laat een email krijgt van een teamlid? Je reageert vanuit ambitie of aandacht. Kan heel makkelijk teampatroon worden. Maar heeft negatief effect op kwaliteit van het werk.

  • Being “always on” hurts results.
  • they are missing out on essential down time that brains need.
  • Time away produces new ideas and fresh insights

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Apr 22, 15

Aandachtspunt voor ons gebruik term 'cultuur' in boek.

people act within a group that shapes the way they think, but the fact that the way everyone thinks constantly changes the nature of the group is not given much attention.

  • people act within a group that shapes the way they think, but the fact that the way everyone thinks constantly changes the nature of the group is not given much attention
  • many of the people who operate inside a group do not actually share the values espoused as belonging to the organizational culture.
  • it tends to essentialize groups: it simplistically represents a particular group of people as a unified whole that share simple common values, ideas, practices, and beliefs. But the fact is, such groups really don’t exist. Within any group characterized as having a culture, there are numerous contested opinions, beliefs, and behaviors. People may align themselves to behave in a way that seems as though they buy into expressed corporate values and “culture,” but this is just as likely to be a product of self-preservation as it is of actually believing in those values or identifying with some sloganized organizational culture.
Apr 22, 15

To facilitate is therefore to impartially support the interaction between the participants in order to optimise knowledge discovery, creation or transfer. To facilitate is to serve the group by encouraging, aiding, and leading the dialogue

Apr 22, 15

Clark Quinn probeert in deze blog aan te geven wat hij onder microlearning verstaat. 

It’s not courses on a phone (mobile elearning), and it’s not spaced out learning, it’s small but useful full learning experiences that can fit by size of objective or context ‘in the moment’. 

Apr 22, 15

Wat kun je met analytics? Heel wat. Bedenk bijvoorbeeld dat, als de vermoedens kloppen dat een lerende manager ook zijn medewerkers aan het leren krijgt, je de goed lerende manager prima kunt inzetten op een plek waar een grote verandering op komst is. Als op die plek leren nog niet gewoon is, dan kan deze manager zijn medewerkers wel zover krijgen. En dat levert iedereen wat op. Lerende medewerkers kunnen makkelijker mee in de vele veranderingen in de organisatie en wereld om ons heen. Hier ontstaat door de inzet van learning analytics dan ook een goede interventie!

Apr 22, 15

Gelijk online op zoek gaan naar een antwoord op een vraag schijnt niet goed te zijn voor ons brein.

  • The article suggests that using search engines instead of thinking through answers may be harmful to our brains
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