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AUGUST 26, 2011 7 Habits of a Highly Ineffective Manager
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
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AUGUST 26, 2011 Blogphilosophy: a plee for appreciating #open academic collaboration - #openscience
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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AUGUST 26, 2011 Will the iPad continue its tablet domination? A look at the market landscape
This is the first in a series of articles about the tablet market and the impact of this new device on education and training. The tablet is a disrupter for Learning & Development. This is the new normal of content consumption and we as an industry can’t afford not to give this experience to learners. In comparison, 325 million laptops were sold last year. July – HP releases the TouchPad.
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AUGUST 26, 2011 Your Brain: The Ultimate Electronic Performance Support System
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. . So, are these changes a bad thing?
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ALEARNING Handy Learning
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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. Today. MORE >>
ONEHUNDREDFORTYWORDS New Emergent Radio Podcasts: The Overcast and The Undercast
| FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
I just finished listening to the second episodes of The Overcast and The Undercast, two new series from fellow Emergent Radio podcasteers Aaron Silvers and Brian Dusablon. Now it’s your turn. Each episode of The Overcast deals with an organizational issue from a management/leadership perspective and is accompanied by an episode of The Undercast , which deals with similar issues from a worker bee perspective. The first episodes cover TechWeek and the importance of having a great story. The second episodes cover ImplementationFest, the Learning Registry, and lots of other good stuff. MORE >>
- The Real Succession Plan For Steve Jobs: Apple Thinks Different With Apple University
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? There is more here than turning over the reigns to Tim Cook: Apple has a unique and powerful succession model built on its own experience in leadership, media, and innovation. Steve Jobs is more than a leader - he has deep experience in the technology industry. First, Steve Jobs is more than a business leader. How Succession Works. MORE >>
- Tumultuous times during the Big Shift
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 MORE >>
CLARK ALDRICH Editorial: How a sim designer would 'teach' cell structures: A concept document
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The first real deliverable from me to a client is a concept document, that highlights approach and rough interfaces, always practical. Some clients ask for two or three different concept documents on a given topic, and then choose their favorite to go forward. Here is an example of a short concept document on teaching cell structures. Cell Sim - Learning Objectives The goal of the Cell Sims is to develop in the player a knowledge of the core components of cells, and how and why differences in cells exist. The graphics will be accessible and encourage experimentation. MORE >>
- How much learning should be bottom-up? ONLIGNMENT | FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
- Steve Jobs steps down: a homage CHALLENGE TO LEARN | FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
- ScreencastCamp Roundup 1! VISUAL LOUNGE | FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
- Learning Management System Reporting Hints & Tips ECAMPUS BLOG | FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
- Emotional intelligence and work performance EJ4 | FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
- Quest Software, Quantum Tie On VMware Backup BAMBOO PROJECT | FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
- �Emotional� Avatars for More Online Engagement? | Wired@Heart WIRED@HEART | FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
- Learning Development Case Series ? Part 3: Opening Up New Markets Through Training Development OUTSTART KNOWLEDGE SOLUTIONS | FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
- The Real Succession Plan For Steve Jobs: Apple Thinks Different With Apple University LEARNING ON THE LEADING EDGE | FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
- Fee, Kenneth: 101 Learning & Development Tools LEARNFOREVER | FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
- What are you waiting for ! WEB 2.0 AND LEARNING | FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
- One Love One World - Peace through Music WEB 2.0 AND LEARNING | FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 2011
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