|01/15||Three different views on social learning - Communities of practice for development|
|01/11||You are invited to Wikipedia Day 2018! - Silence and Voice|
Wondering what to do this coming Sunday, 1/14? Tired of watching the same shows on Netflix and afraid of being bored over the long holiday weekend? Looking to learn about how to engage in participatory Democracy at its best (while fighting Fake News) through contributing to open and free knowledge for all? If so, you … 01/09
|Bookreviews Kevin Kelly: mind artificial intelligence, attention and quantified self - Communities of practice for development|
|12/11||There's a bot for that! Chatbots to stimulate learning and reflection - Communities of practice for development|
|11/30||10 community principles to make your MOOC stronger - Communities of practice for development|
|11/30||Why you should be interested in artificial intelligence as L&D professional - Communities of practice for development|
|11/13||Mapping the EA Ecosystem - GotzeBlogged - John Gøtze|
Over the years, I have been gathering links and metadata about enterprise architecture relevant resources, books, and most recently, academic articles. I share this over at EnterpriseArchitecture.dk. Back in 2005, I called it my personomy. Over the years, it has become quite a large collection with over 1500 resources. I try and tidy up dead...
|10/12||To conference or to unconference? - Communities of practice for development|
|09/21||Learning poses or learning to model? - Communities of practice for development|
|09/08||Knowmads: the battle of generations - Communities of practice for development|
|08/29||My first Squigl - Communities of practice for development|
|08/14||Holidays in Canada - Communities of practice for development|
|06/01||I'm sliding and morphing - Communities of practice for development|
|05/17||The influence of technology on professional identity - Communities of practice for development|
|05/12||Working as knowmads: How to stimulate knowmadic working in organisations? - Communities of practice for development|
|04/11||Thoughts and Take-Aways from #OER17 - Silence and Voice|
I am happy to have had the opportunity to attend #OER17 last week in London. This Open Education Resources Conference with the theme The Politics of Open was the first time I have attended a conference which had as its focus of open practitioners, activists, educators and policy makers coming together as a community to …
|Lessons learnt from the design of a blended learning trajectory - Communities of practice for development|
|03/24||A world full of knowmads in 2020? - Communities of practice for development|
|02/17||Doctors versus internet: who is better at diagnosing? - Communities of practice for development|
|02/08||How to organize for deep (not superficial) learning online? - Communities of practice for development|
|01/11||Whistle language Silbo is disappearing because of technology - Communities of practice for development|
|01/03||Goal Statement for 2017: Engage with Balance! - Silence and Voice|
Here is my Goal Statement for 2017: Engage with Balance Like 2016’s goal statement of Think, Believe, and Act with a Healthy Balance, I want to try to be proactive and follow my passions while not rushing into things (leaving me out of balance) or otherwise distracting me from my commitments (or even what is …
|2016 Goals – How Did I Do? - Silence and Voice|
I know I have not blogged in some time, so no better time than the present (i.e., the New Year)! So, how did I do with my goals for 2016? Last year, I hoped to: Think, Believe, and Act with a Healthy Balance To do that, I decided to try / do FOUR things. So …
|12/20||The happy selfscanner: lessons about introducing new technologies - Communities of practice for development|
|12/14||A new focus for my blog: the new social learning - Communities of practice for development|
|12/03||Open Education and Critical Pedagogy: A Brief Paper Summary - Silence and Voice|
Continuing my #5Papers article summaries I am doing and sharing on my blog and via Twitter, 1/ I read Farrow (2015) Open education and critical pedagogy http://doi.org/10.1080/17439884.2016.1113991 #5Papers 2/ This theoretical work explored elements of open education and critical pedagogy, given neither term has fixed, stable meanings 3/ Digitization of learning resources and internet technolog...
|12/02||Online facilitation inspired by car dealers - Communities of practice for development|
|11/14||Apple Pay for Nonprofits: Frictionless Online Philanthropy - Beth's Blog|
Apple has had a rule...
|11/04||What can you learn from a chatbot? - Communities of practice for development|
|11/02||Creating A Culture of Well-being in Your Nonprofit Workplace: The First Step - Beth's Blog|
I am thrilled with the response to The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout as my co-author and I have be...
|10/27||What’s Your Personal Craziness Index? Identify, Take Action, and Avoid Nonprofit Burnout - Beth's Blog|
In my newest book, 10/27
|How I share online - Communities of practice for development|
|10/20||The One Simple Thing That Nonprofit Leaders Do To Keep Inspired and Avoid Burnout - Beth's Blog||A Few Self-Care Tips for Fundraisers During Stressful Year End Giving Time - Beth's Blog|
We are heading into the most stressful time of year for nonpr...
|10/12||Let’s Step It Up: Join Me for a Walking Challenge - Beth's Blog|
The Surgeon General in partnership with Fitbit has issued the Step It Up! Challenge open to all Americans, running from October 13, 2016 at 12:01 AM PDT and ends on October 26, 2016 at 11:59 PM ...
|10/11||The Value of Taking Mini-Breaks During the Nonprofit Work Day - Beth's Blog|
|Announcing the Launch of Book #3:The Happy Healthy Nonprofit - Beth's Blog||7 tips to engage introverts in social learning - Communities of practice for development|
|10/03||The Happy Healthy Nonprofit Update - Beth's Blog||Book instead of blogposts - Communities of practice for development|
|09/27||7 Tips to Make You A Stronger Facilitator - Beth's Blog|
|09/26||Nonprofit Podcaster and Blogger @joangarry Profiles Healthy Happy Nonprofit Book - Beth's Blog|
|Do You Work for A Nonprofit That Promotes A Culture of Wellbeing in the Workplace? - Beth's Blog||#40BetterHours: The Art of Single Tasking - Beth's Blog|
As part of co-authoring my next book, The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Strategies for Impact without Burnout, with Aliza Sherman, we both are still practicing the ideas in the book around self-c...
|09/15||The Happy Healthy Nonprofit Book: Upcoming Activities and Early Reviews - Beth's Blog||The Happy Healthy Social Change Activist: Passion for a Cause without Burnout - Beth's Blog||Resource: The Social Media Toolkit for Nonprofits - Beth's Blog|
|09/06||Nonprofit Organizational Culture Eats Big Data for Lunch - Beth's Blog|
|08/30||Inside Goodwill’s #LaborofLove Campaign - Beth's Blog|
We’re approaching Labor Da...
|08/26||Everyday People Are Heroes: Using Big Data to Engage New Agents of Change Online - Beth's Blog|
|08/25||Why the Nonprofit Work Ethic Is Outdated and Needs to Change - Beth's Blog|
|IRMUK EAC 2016 - GotzeBlogged - John Gøtze|
I am honoured to be a member of the advisory board of Europe’s Foremost Independent Enterprise Architecture Conference, IRMUK EAC/BPM 2016 Conference, which will be held in London on 13-16 June 2016. The Call for Speakers has been announced – to submit a speaking proposal now, click here. We will be choosing keynotes, conference sessions and workshops on the following examples...
|11/05||Brain matters - Informal Learning Blog|
Educators from Around the World Discuss How to Make Everyone a Genius at Brain Matters 2015: Bring Out Your Inner Genius Online conference is expected to draw a diverse group of learning experts Tuesday, November 10 at 9:00 AM EST and Wednesday, November 11 at 9:00 AM EST Author Margie Meacham will present Brain Matters …
|11/04||Real Learning: Micro and Macro - Informal Learning Blog|
Setting goals, reflecting daily, taking risks, and doing experiments prime the brain for spotting opportunities and working smarter. RealLearning.biz
|10/28||Leave Learning to Employees, sort of - Informal Learning Blog|
Nurture the learning ecosystem. Give it more than lip service.
|10/25||What is Real Learning? - Informal Learning Blog|
video explanation of Real Learning.
|10/21||Why Organizations Don’t Learn - Informal Learning Blog|
Where organic, bottom-up meets corporate top-down.An article entitled Why Organizations Don’t Learn by Francesca Gino and Bradley Staats in the November 2015 issue of Harvard Business Review caught my eye. The resemblance of their suggestions and the content of Real Learning is uncanny. Both the article and Real Learning highlight: Destigmatize making mistakes (they are … 10/20
|Real Learning explained graphically - Informal Learning Blog|
Overview of Real Learning, explained with graphics from the book.
|10/19||Price of Real Learning going from $2.99 to $6.99 - Informal Learning Blog|
Price of Real Learning going up
|10/18||Learning is a lot more than schooling - Informal Learning Blog|
Quickly, now, “What word or words pop into your head if I say Learning?” This was the barrier that kept me from starting the Real Learning Revolution a few nights back. The L-word. Schools brainwashed us so thoroughly that everyone’s immediate association is learning = schooling. That’s got to stop, for schooling is an increasingly … 10/12
|Inspirations - Informal Learning Blog|
The art of progress is to preserve order amid change and to preserve change amid order. Alfred North Whitehead. Before you try to change something, increase your awareness of it. Tim Galwey For the first twenty-five years of my life, I wanted freedom. For the next twenty-five, I wanted order. For the next twenty-five years, …
|10/09||Last days of the world’s fastest ocean liner - Informal Learning Blog|
On its inaugural voyage in 1952, the sleek S.S. United States set the record for an Atlantic crossing (3 1/2 days) and more than sixty years later, the record still stands. The United States was the Concorde of its day: high tech, expensive, and luxurious, the fastest way across the ocean. Made of lightweight aluminum with R&D … 09/10
|New book: Speed to Proficiency - Collaborative Learning|
I’m pleased to announce that my new book, Speed to Proficiency: Creating a Sustainable Competitive Advantage is now available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle. Learn how to change from providing “so we did it” training to creating learning initiatives that produce capability change. Everything is covered: Aligning initiatives with the business, understanding the roles and responsibilitie...
|09/09||Continuous learning for speed to proficiency - Collaborative Learning|
Proficiency isn’t attained in a class, it takes a systematic combination of training, reinforcement, and informal learning. Being in the readiness business is really being in the business of building capability; of helping learners move from novice to expert in as short a time as […]
|09/08||Learning Technology or Training Technology - Collaborative Learning|
Learning Technology or Training Technology Most learning management systems (LMS’s) are great at helping instructors replicate the worst practices of education electronically: lecture and multiple choice tests. When LMS’s go beyond this, there are still factors that cause us to think within a very short and narrow box called “learning equals content-based courses.” In other […]
|08/31||We need 21st Century Learning Systems - Collaborative Learning|
As L&D moves from being a training department to a learning organization, LMS’s will need to support the new types of learning required. To support this we need new types of learning systems. In my view, a 21st century learning system needs the following characteristics, as shown in the picture above. Social learning must be […]
|08/25||Who owns knowledge management? - Collaborative Learning|
IT owning knowledge management is like the stadium builder coaching the basketball team. I was working with a disability and life insurance company a few years ago, and was talking to their director of knowledge management. She was livid. “You’re not going to believe what the IT director just told me,” she said. “What’s that?” […]
|08/19||Minding our own Business - Collaborative Learning|
Not every performance problem is a training problem. We need to know which is which, and stick to the problems we can solve. Throwing training at all every performance problem doesn’t work, and guess which department gets blamed when it doesn’t? Some years back, I was called by a person who introduced herself as the […]
|08/17||Rapid eLearning? I don’t think so. - Collaborative Learning|
Rapid eLearning is basically fancy content presentation. And if content equaled learning, universities could be replaced by libraries. A few years ago, I was working with a company who needed to revamp their project management training. The old training department had very little power, and basically was tasked with feeding whatever slide decks subject matter […]
|08/12||The Goal is Speed to Proficiency - Collaborative Learning|
Two very intelligent colleagues of mine, Christy Keener and Tom Hilgart, introduced me to this simple yet extremely useful model for thinking about what it takes to enable a person to be ready for their job. Awareness is “knowing about.” It’s the ability to define terms, know where resources are located, explain a business process […]
|08/10||Learning objectives: It’s all in the verb - Collaborative Learning|
We need to develop learning objectives that relate to the type of action learners need to do. Learning Objectives They say that good results without good management come from good luck, not good management. I would suggest further that without good performance objectives, managers don’t even know when their reports have achieved the results they […]
|08/03||We must stop measuring learning - Collaborative Learning|
We must stop measuring learning for one simple reason. The only two people who care about your learning metrics are you and your mom. And honestly, she doesn’t care. She’s just pretending to be interested. An executive team meeting at ABC Inc. Imagine being a fly on the wall at the end-of-year wrap up meeting […]
|01/24||Reviewing with music - GotzeBlogged - John Gøtze|
Having spent most of the day doing reviews of submissions to a conference, I’m starting to this that may we could replace the standard reporting, like this: How about: “If your paper was a song, it would be this: “. Like: Rejection: Accept with modifications: Strong acceptance:
|Beyond IT Strategy: Digital Strategies for the 21st Century - GotzeBlogged - John Gøtze|
Call for Book Chapters Beyond IT Strategy: Digital Strategies for the 21st Century In the 21st century, the presence of technology is ubiquitous. Computers have moved from batch processing in the back-office through word processing in the front office to being the medium that glues together organisations, supply chains, and customers. Being digital across any […]
|06/15||Photo Time Capsule from June 2013 - DARnet|
Vermeer and Music Vermeer and Music Taken June 18, 2013 at 8:23 pm Cygnets Cygnets Taken June 8, 2013 at 4:24 pm Cygnets Cygnets Taken June 8, 2013 at 4:24 pm IMG_8335 Taken June 18, 2013 at 5:47 pm Thanks … Continue reading
|05/24||The Value Of Design Research - GotzeBlogged - John Gøtze|
Calling enterprise designers and enterprise architects: Join us in Paris! Note that the deadline for abstracts is June 14, but full paper not due until October. And the conference is in April 2015. I am chairing track 24. and would love to see lots of submissions about enterprise design and enterprise architecture. Please read the […]
|05/01||Photo Time Capsule from April 2013 - DARnet|
Tiger Tiger collage by Frank Roberts Taken April 29, 2013 at 9:13 am Goslings Goslings Taken April 30, 2013 at 5:49 pm Beautility Cocktail Sideboard Beautility Cocktail Sideboard Taken May 4, 2013 at 9:07 am Beautility Cocktail Sideboard Beautility Cocktail … Continue reading
|04/01||Time Capsule, March 2013 - DARnet|
Tower Bridge Tower Bridge, London. Irene Roberts and her Dad. Taken March 29, 2013 at 10:18 am Penryn Penryn Taken April 1, 2013 at 1:22 pm Boscastle Boscastle Taken April 2, 2013 at 12:04 pm Porthleven Porthleven Taken March 29, … Continue reading
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|03/15||Time Capsule from March 8th to March 22nd 2013 - DARnet|
My first computer was an ICL 1900 series with a Westrex teletype as the operators console Taken March 20, 2013 at 11:45 am Cider Tap Cider Tap Taken March 9, 2013 at 1:13 pm In The Underground In The Underground … Continue reading
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|03/01||Time Capsule including 1965 - DARnet|
Quantum Cloud by Antony Gormley Quantum Cloud by Antony Gormley Taken February 23, 2013 at 1:32 pm King Harry Ferry King Harry Ferry Taken February 25, 2013 at 8:18 pm Eden Project site in … Continue reading
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|01/17||Learning about fast learning - Learning Alliances|
Sean Murphy and I have been experimenting with a form of fast learning — and figuring out what we’re doing as we go along. We’ve evolved from thinking of it as a clinic to something else. The current tag that I’m using on Twitter and in Evernote is mvpOODA. At the very beginning the OODA […]
|12/03||Minimum viable process-practice-platform-product - Learning Alliances|
Sean Murphy and I are continuing to explore the process whereby entrepreneurs and innovators figure out what the minimum viable P (process or practice or platform or product) could be. The idea is that the viable P enables further development and learning. Without a viable P (that’s fully social) we have blind spots that are […]
|12/02||Mapping a community – easy and not-so-easy - Learning Alliances|
I’m resonating with how Joitske Hulsebosch has organized “Tools for social network analysis from beginners to advanced levels.” It’s always safer when you can start at “the shallow end of the pool” and get into deeper and deeper water as you go. In diving into the real-life river of data, we may not know just […]
|11/30||Timing is Everything - Internet Time Blog|
Your perspective on time is vital to the way you make decisions and lead your life. Right now your mind is looking to the past for viable solutions or monitoring present resources or scanning the future for new opportunities. You’re … Continue reading
|11/25||Learning is the work - Internet Time Blog|
Fail. Learning is the work, not apart from it. Pull trumps push.
|11/24||Doug Engelbart, we salute you! - Internet Time Blog|
This evening in Palo Alto a group of us in mourning for Doug Engelbart took part in an X-game to celebrate his values and, we hope, carry them far, far, far into the future. A tiny fraction of the time … Continue reading
|11/23||Google+ Learning Community - Internet Time Blog|
Join us in the Learning in Organizations Community on Google+. We have 977 members and an occasional worthy idea. Sign up today (we’ll take anybody with minimal keyboard skills) and you might be member #1000.
|11/23||A New Center Of Gravity For Management? - Internet Time Blog|
See on Scoop.it – Humanist Business The Global Peter Drucker Forum 2013 suggested a new a center of gravity for management in the world, as thought leaders explored the implications of complexity Jay Cross‘s insight: Steve writes that "The most … Continue reading
|11/23||Community questions and possibilities from a little data - Learning Alliances|
Do we ever use all the data that’s out there (and that we generate every day) for the benefit of our communities? How could the data that we generate help our communities see themselves in new or more useful ways? The burgeoning new industry around Big Data is built on the premise that collection is […]
|11/22||Gmail time saver - Internet Time Blog|
Gmail will automatically categorize your incoming email: 95% of the email I care about lands in “Primary.” There’s occasionally something of interest in “Forums.” I can safely avoid reading almost everything else. More time! Whoopee!
|11/20||Hard numbers on soft skills - Internet Time Blog|
Google is all about the numbers. Questioning the value of management, the Googlers founded Project Oxygen to investigate the characteristics of successful and less successful managers. Employee surveys and performance reviews pinpointed eight key behaviors of the company’s most effective … Continue reading
|11/20||Online Educa Berlin - Internet Time Blog|
In two weeks I’ll be attending my favorite learning event, ONLINE EDUCA BERLIN 2013, the 19th International Conference on Technology-Supported Learning and Training. This will be my tenth or eleventh year attending OEB. Joining colleagues from over a hundred countries … Continue reading
|11/20||I have a dream - Internet Time Blog|
135,000 people are attending Salesforce.com’s Dreamforce conference in San Francisco. Mark Benioff, Salesforce’s exuberant CEO, proclaimed that the next big thing is The Internet of Customers. It’s going to be a 1:1 world. Every company will become a customer company, … Continue reading
|11/15||Resolved? - GotzeBlogged - John Gøtze|
The Federation of Enterprise Architecture Professional Organizations (FEAPO), a “worldwide association of professional organizations which have come together to provide a forum to standardize, professionalize, and otherwise advance the discipline of Enterprise Architecture (EA)”, has announced and published their EA Perspectives White Paper, ”Common Perspective on Enterprise Archite...
|11/12||Walking around it to find a problem’s shape - Learning Alliances|
Working together and staying in touch over more than ten years, Sean Murphy and I have tried a lot of different ways of learning together, from each other and from others. We kept at it and learned from our experience, and we’ve been able to help clients learn. We’ve even helped clients learn to learn. We’ve […]
|11/08||These crack me up: Sayitwithotters - Internet Time Blog|
|11/01||Wyming Brook Gorge Sheffield - DARnet|
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|Some ideas about a tool for community reflection - Learning Alliances|
One initiative I took on as part of the IFAD synthesis project got going due to a conversation with Philipp Grunewald where we were wondering how a community like KM4Dev could guide a researcher’s activities. Philipp was willing to give 2 hours a week to the community in some kind of research effort, but wanted to find […]
|10/13||EA Voices 1.1 - GotzeBlogged - John Gøtze|
The EA Voices Apps have been updated. The Android version is now in Google Play, and should flag up if you already have it installed. The iOS version is being reviewed by Apple now; this may well take a while. The new version has a new look and feel, as seen to the right. The main design ...read more
|Learning in and around a “known community” - Learning Alliances|
I was recently hired by the KM4Dev core group to synthesise the results of the three completed tasks and to provide an analysis of insights and recommendations to KM4Dev as to how it could further develop. We agreed that I would write up process notes on my blog, so I expect to write several posts with observations […]