Fri.Aug 26, 2011

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7 Habits of a Highly Ineffective Manager

Mindflash

The following are seven habits of which every ineffective manager has cultivated at least one. Want to be an effective manager? Kick these habits. Click image to enlarge). Online Training effective managers management

Your Brain: The Ultimate Electronic Performance Support System

Social Learning

Lately, I’ve been giving greater thought to how the influence of the internet has changed who I am, and how I operate.  This reverie was sparked a few weeks ago when I noticed that I have increasingly stopped reading online news articles to their completion, and have instead begun moving on to the next item as soon as I’ve figured out the main points. . What does this mean exactly? 

Blogphilosophy: a plee for appreciating #open academic collaboration - #openscience

Ignatia Webs

The past 5 months have been very exciting thanks to educational colleagues with an interest in mLearning. Without ever having met, and although we only started to exchange knowledge on mLearning from April 2011 onward, this encounter gave rise to several unusual academic collaborations: 2 accepted papers, 2 draft papers in the process of being written, and an opinion paper in the making.

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The Real Succession Plan For Steve Jobs: Apple Thinks Different With Apple University

Learning on the Leading Edge

This week's announcement of Steve Jobs' succession to Chairman puts the topic of success management back on the front page. When such a strong leader steps aside, how does Apple maintain its admired culture of innovation, execution, and business growth? Steve Jobs is more than a leader - he has deep experience in the technology industry. First, Steve Jobs is more than a business leader.

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Steps to make your Flash courses mobile compatible

Stuck with a bunch of Flash-based courses that cannot be viewed on mobile devices? This eBook will take you through the steps to convert existing courses into HTML 5 format and make it compatible with the latest devices and browsers.

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How much learning should be bottom-up?

Onlignment

Throughout 2011 we will be publishing extracts from The New Learning Architect. We move on to the second part of chapter 6: It is conceivable that an organisation could manage without any top-down learning interventions at all, relying on employees who were independent learners, good communicators, willing to share their expertise and keen to support each other. More realistically, an organisation will need to make a judgement about how much will be top-down and how much bottom-up, based on a wide range of factors that will differ enormously both between organisations and within them.

Handy Learning

aLearning

Last fall Tagoras published an update of its “Learning 2.0 for Associations&# report and I posted briefly on it. Great research is worth more than one look, and this report is no exception. (If you haven’t taken a first look at it yet, stop here and go do that before you do anything else!). couldn’t help making some notes as I perused all of the great examples and the recommendations for various uses of Learning 2.0 options covered in the report. So, with a grateful nod to Jeff Cobb and Tagoras, here are a few more ideas related to Learning 2.0 for associations. Casting.

Tumultuous times during the Big Shift

Learning and Working on the Web

Tweet Here are some interesting finds that were shared on Twitter this past week. EskoKilpi – “ The big shift : Transformation from status hierarchies to task hierarchies - #networks&# [I think this is a critical differentiation between the industrial/information economy and the creative/knowledge economy we are shifting to.]. Mike Wesch  &# I don’t want to help make students for the world. want to help make students who make the world over.&# – via @JonHusband. RosabethKanter – “The first rule for change agents is “ Stay alive &# &#. Friday's Finds

Steve Jobs steps down: a homage

Challenge to Learn

This week Steve Jobs has resigned as CEO of Apple. Due to his illness he is no longer capable to stay on. I don’t have many heroes but he is one. And not just in his role as CEO. The story of his life is fascinating. Born as an unwanted child of a teen age mother, adopted, college drop-out and then founder of Apple. And he changed my world with his Mac’s, IPod’s, IPhones and IPads.

New Brandon Hall Group report forecasts major shift in 2016 online learning trends

Companies are increasingly dissatisfied with online learning tools, prompting many to reinvest in technology that supports a modern training approach. Download the report from Brandon Hall Group to see how new investments are bringing real business results.

OpenSesame On The Road

OpenSesame

As conference season ramps up, the OpenSesame team packs our bags. We’re ordering hoodies, making hotel reservations and looking forward to meeting the elearning buyers and sellers who use OpenSesame to meet their learning and development needs. Events

Fee, Kenneth: 101 Learning & Development Tools

Learnforever

My new book, 101 Learning and Development Tools , will be published on 3 September by Kogan Page. It's available for pre-order on Amazon now, and if you're visiting that site, why not check out my other books, at the Amazon author page for Kenneth Fee? Comments, reviews and 'like!' markers always welcome. I'm about to go on holiday, so I expect to see it on my return.

ScreencastCamp Roundup 1!

Visual Lounge

"Life is too short not to screencast." That was one of my favorite quotes of the weekend at ScreencastCamp by Mark Bly from the New American Conservatory. We just had the first ScreencastCamp earlier this month at TechSmith. ScreencastCamp was an unconference where attendees set the schedule and topics. You can see all the sessions here. It was great to see campers teaching each other and learning.