Connected Leadership: How is leadership in a hyper-connected workplace different?
Helping the Network make better Decisions: Servant leaders help to set the context around them and build consensus around emergent practices.
Leadership by Example: In connected leadership, people can be both teachers and learners.
THE CHANGING WORKPLACE
Flip the Office: It’s incredibly hard to get meaningful work done when your workday has been shredded into work moments.
A Connected Enterprise for the Network Era: It’s all about thriving in networks that are smarter and faster than you are.
From Hierarchies to Wirearchies: Becoming a wirearchy requires new organizational structures that incorporate communities and networks.
The learning organization: an often-described, but seldom-observed phenomenon: What should a true learning organization look like?
In Networks, cooperation trumps collaboration: Shifting our emphasis from collaboration, which still is required to get some work done, to cooperation, in order to thrive in a networked enterprise, means reassessing some of our assumptions and work practices.
Social Learning for Business: Here’s an elevator pitch, in 10 sentences, for social learning, which is what really makes social business work.
Work is learning & learning is the work: We have come to a point where organizations can no longer leave learning to their HR or training departments.
The Knowledge Sharing Paradox: The knowledge sharing paradox is that enterprise social tools constrain what they are supposed to enhance.
An organizational knowledge-sharing framework: Explicit knowledge is easier to codify and more suitable for enterprise-wide initiatives, while implicit knowledge requires personal interpretation and engagement to make sense of it.
The New Challenge for Learning Professionals: (PDF) Work isn’t what it used to be, which means training should have changed too, but has it? In this paper I discuss what the learning landscape of 2013 and beyond will look like according to what’s working now and what’s not in online training.
A Framework for Social Learning: (PDF) (Inside Learning Technologies & Skills) Making social learning work at work is not trivial, but quite possible if you understand the bigger picture.
Skills 2.0: (PDF) (as published in T&D Magazine) Web2.0 gives learning professionals an aptitude adjustment.
Personal Knowledge Management
PKM is the active process of connecting the innovative ideas that can arise in our social networks with deadline-driven work. Link to PKM
Every second Friday I review what I’ve noted on Twitter and post a wrap-up of what caught my eye. I do this as a reflective thinking process and also in order to take some of what I’ve learned and put it on a platform I can control, my blog. Link to Friday’s Finds
I regularly review books that I have read and feel are worth recommending to others. Writing a review forces me to reflect on what I have found is important. Disclosure: I use Amazon affiliate links, for which I receive a small commission and then use any gift certificates to subsidize the purchase of more books. Also, I sometimes receive free books from publishers.