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The Learning & Development podcast is hosted by our Chief Learning Officer David James. Featuring L&D leaders from across the globe, each conversation focuses on hot topics in the profession. David James: Welcome to The Learning & Development Podcast.

Knowledge-at-work: Wikis, wellness and knowledge

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « KM awareness | Main | Conversation & knowledge » April 06, 2006 Wikis, wellness and knowledge There is a growing interest in wikis from business and professional groups. The ability to build a source or core document, invite comments, accommodate multiple authors, anneal and refactor text, is a powerful form of knowledge related interaction.

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Knowledge-at-work: Beliefs around learning

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Perennial KM issues | Main | Social search - KM thinking » November 24, 2006 Beliefs around learning If you are involved with KM, you likely will have reflected on the connection(s) between learning and knowledge. learning is social—it benefits from conversations. learning is social, intellectual and emotional.

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Knowledge-at-work: Knowledge sharing - a re-think

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Social search - KM thinking | Main | Reflecting on corporate memory » December 10, 2006 Knowledge sharing - a re-think Knowledge sharing is the primary, most basic knowledge practice - without a sharing ethos, much of KM promise fails. The knowledge sharing advantage is to invent bestpractices for interpreting and annealing concept graphs.

Knowledge-at-work: Knowledge managers

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « KM practices | Main | Perennial KM issues » November 11, 2006 Knowledge managers The knowledge manager may well be an endangered species as the KM meme fades and firms rush to stay abreast of complexity, social networking and chaos theory. The future is already defined (somewhere) - all already exists, and it’s just up to us to discover it.

Knowledge-at-work: Understanding knowledge

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Knowing Knowledge | Main | About PKM? » September 24, 2006 Understanding knowledge To my way of thinking there is a continuum between highly tacit stuff and clearly explicit knowledge. This tacit stuff is very hard toexplain, it comes from exposure, arises out of repeated learnings,consists of deeply held feelings and beliefs.

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Knowledge-at-work: An ecology behind the firewall

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « KM on-line discourse | Main | Boundary objects revisted » June 11, 2006 An ecology behind the firewall How can business best use web2.0 Encouraging personal views, commentary, opinion, critique and news, helps to ensure diversity, brings in new voices and memes, creates the space for innovative ideas. A RSS enabled blog is the ideal tool for this.

Knowledge-at-work: KM on-line discourse

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « The essence of KM? Main | An ecology behind the firewall » June 04, 2006 KM on-line discourse Finding places and spaces where knowledge management is the focus of on-line conversation is becoming very difficult. Recent topics include the essence of KM,current trends in KM, Knowledge sharing literature and a lengthythread on moderation policy.

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Knowledge-at-work: Conversation & knowledge

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Wikis, wellness and knowledge | Main | Collaborative tagging » April 09, 2006 Conversation & knowledge In a world of information and knowledge, the key process for business is conversation. Conversations enable experience sharing via story, metaphor and analogy, - key steps for gaining understanding, learning, sense-making and becoming aware.

Knowledge-at-work: KM awareness

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Classification - does it work? Main | Wikis, wellness and knowledge » March 26, 2006 KM awareness A review of personal strategies to stay abreast of KM developments. KM has lost a lot of its glitter and status, slipped from the headlines and hot article lists, but it remains a key business strategy. These have declined greatly over the years.

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Knowledge-at-work: Deconstructing KM

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Talking up KM | Main | Capturing corporate memory » April 29, 2006 Deconstructing KM Steve Barth will be taking KM to task next month in an interesting KnowledgeBoard presentation. I found Barths article on PKM to be interesting as well. Read More] Tracked on May 01, 2006 at 12:12 AM Comments How are we defining process?

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Knowledge-at-work: Talking up KM

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Collaborative tagging | Main | Deconstructing KM » April 23, 2006 Talking up KM Recently there have been blog posts looking at how we can best explain and present knowledge management. This is a difficult subject as the domain is fuzzy, there is no agreement on the nature of knowledge itself, and we continue to ponder the need to manage.

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Knowledge-at-work: KM wikipedia regression

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « The S2 industry - circles with more than 360 degrees? Main | The nature of knowledge (again) » February 05, 2006 KM wikipedia regression Since December the KM entry at wikipedia has taken a turn for the worse. This is unfortunate and as folk interested in the domain, it puts us to shame.

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Manager Guide: Boosting Employee Mental Wellness

Reflektive

The past several months have impacted every aspect of our lives. From how we work, take care of our children, and get groceries, the pandemic has often made life more stressful for people. As a manager, you have the ability to help your direct reports during this unprecedented time.

The global talent battlefield

SuccessFactors

As per The McKinsey Quarterly – #5 on the list of top trends to watch in 2006: The battlefield for talent will shift. Ongoing shifts in labor and talent will be far more profound than the widely observed migration of jobs to low-wage countries. The shift to knowledge-intensive industries highlights the importance and scarcity of well-trained […].

20 Best Learning Management Systems of 2020

Vantage Circle

An LMS (Learning Management System), is a medium to train or upskill employees by delivering educational courses, training programs , or learning and development programs. LinkedIn Learning For Business. eFront Learning. iSpring Learn. Mobile Learning.

Assessing Values in Online Technology Part 4

HR Examiner

Today, in part three of our series we’ll look at the types of assessment, trends and observations, tips for buyers, and tips for sellers. Assessing Values in Online Technology. Ten Things We Learned. Assessing Values in Online Technology – Part 2. Learning.

Susie Hopson-Blum of New Method Wellness: “Do your research”

Thrive Global

If you see a problem and know that it could get worse, make sure you do your homework, start early, and know what the options are so that when it is a crisis you will know what to do. He drank at night and on the weekends, which was when we saw him most and he would get angry when he drank.

How I Learned to Put My Health and Well-Being First

Thrive Global

In 2006, I was drowning in my first year as a teacher. The trainer in that program was Chalene Johnson. That feeling is what made me keep coming back to her workout programs over the years. And over the years, I soaked up every lesson I could from her as my mentor-from-afar. Those lessons came during the workouts, but also in her other endeavors that she pursued in her personal and professional life. As a busy teacher at the time, I could relate.

Knowledge-at-work: Capturing corporate memory

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « Deconstructing KM | Main | The essence of KM? » May 14, 2006 Capturing corporate memory How do you best manage corporate memory when company size exceeds tribe level? Our tacit knowledge is not openly visible, we are re-inventing key stuff, vital lessons learned are falling through the cracks and new insights are not being effectively integrated.

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Three Things to Consider When Moving Brick & Mortar Assessment Centers Online

Pinsight

As the popularity of virtual assessment centers increases, more and more organizations and consultancies are moving their brick and mortar assessment centers online. But the transition is not as simple as one might think. Here are the three biggest considerations. The main reasons for this digital transformation of the assessment center practice are enhanced efficiency, lower cost, and better representation of today’s jobs. What’s the business case?

Three Things to Consider When Moving Brick & Mortar Assessment Centers Online

Pinsight

As the popularity of virtual assessment centers increases, more and more organizations and consultancies are moving their brick and mortar assessment centers online. But the transition is not as simple as one might think. Here are the three biggest considerations. The main reasons for this digital transformation of the assessment center practice are enhanced efficiency, lower cost, and better representation of today’s jobs. What’s the business case?

Influencer Dashama Konah Shares Her Top Selfcare, Wellness, and Beauty Tips

Thrive Global

Taking the time for yourself to make yourself feel good, to fill up your own cup will allow you to have more to share and give to others. To feel beautiful is to attune to the frequency of love and gratitude. I felt hopeless, but accepted the doctors words.

Do Your Learning Metrics Invoke Emotion?

Cornerstone On Demand

In 2006, my organization's Leadership Academy—a 10-month long in-person and virtual cohort program—returned (quantitatively) four times the investment in the program. Part of this was in part due to the great relationship we had with our CFO, who helped us identify some traditional and some unique metrics to measure. Wanting to do my part as Chief Learning Officer, I offered to scale back or even suspend the Leadership Academy.

Great Quotes: Super Seven From The Collection of Michael Wade

QAspire

Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Great Quotes: Super Seven From The Collection of Michael Wade Michael Wade is a GREAT blogger I have been following since 2006. He was the first blogger to have linked back to this blog way back in 2006. Whenever I need some inspiration, I refer to “Quote of the day” series on Michael’s blog. If you don’t ask the right question, it doesn’t matter what your answer is.

Three Things to Consider When Moving Brick & Mortar Assessment Centers Online

Pinsight

With the global pandemic of COVID-19, several changes are being made among organizations faster than preferred. Working solely through an online virtual platform brings many challenges with it such as configuring remote work, technology, team dynamics, communication, etc.

Women in Wellness With Kristin Groos Richmond & Kirsten Saenz Tobey of Revolution Foods

Thrive Global

We believe everyone deserves access to real, high-quality food made with carefully considered ingredients, and we are committed to transforming citywide wellness by making healthy food accessible to all. We believe proper nutrition and healthy food can drive positive academic outcomes and can be the ultimate tool of empowerment and a key ingredient to helping children achieve their true potential. Revolution Foods’ mission and nutrition strategy and drive the vision for the company.

People with Secure High Self-Esteem Don’t Need or Seek External Validation

Workplace Psychology

The older I get, the more reflective and observant I become. I truly believe the best gift you can give yourself is self-validation. It is associated with high self-determination, knowing who you really are, and behaving independently (Vonk, 2006). 2006).

What Burnout Is and Why It Isn’t Confined To The Occupational Sphere

Workplace Psychology

Burnout has become serious enough that the World Health Organization (WHO, 2019) included it in the 11th edition of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) as an occupational phenomenon, though not a medical condition. Finding solutions to the problem of burnout.

Training Middle Managers On People Management Basics

QAspire

Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Training Middle Managers On People Management Basics Here is a simple idea: Whenever you have a new manager (project manager/departmental leader) joining in your organization, put him/her through a simple training program on how to manage people. Train existing managers as well. The premise: Most project managers/team leaders get work done through team. Thanks again for sharing the nice post.

Women In Wellness: “It’s not what you eat, it’s how you think” with Carroll Lee

Thrive Global

Of course, eating nutritious food is a key foundational tool to feeling well, but so much is in your attitude. If you can train your mind to focus on what’s working, to stand in your self-worth, to approach your experiences with joy and gratitude, that mindset will affect your overall health in such positive ways. I had the pleasure of interviewing Carroll Lee, Founder of Provenance Meals. Ultimately I knew I had more to offer the world.

Politics and Work: Participation - Voting, 401(k)s and Wellness

True Faith HR

Yesterday''s post dealt with the issue of why we vote on Tuesday and its impact on the workplace. Another challenge is simple voter participation - how do we increase the number of people turning out to the polls? Civic duty has long been perceived as the reason most people vote. percent of the voting age population cast a ballot in 2008. Beyond changing the date, what might increase that participation? The result?

The S.E.C. Makes History With a Major New Rule on Human Capital

Thrive Global

Thanks to a groundbreaking new rule from the S.E.C., we have a chance not just to elevate employee well-being, but to continue widening our idea of what sustainable growth means. Many of these terms are left vague, and the rule is meant to be “principles-based.” The new S.E.C.

Bob Bradley of Bradley Public Relations & Marketing: “Always be learning”

Thrive Global

Always be learning ?—?A A huge victory or a devastating setback are both an opportunity to learn and grow as an entrepreneur. Taking the lessons available during the ups and downs can build resiliency and open the doors to growing your business further.

Stephen L. Cawelti of Law Firm: “Learn From Your Past”

Thrive Global

Learn From Your Past: Try not to waste time on things you can’t change, but also learn from your mistakes. Then there are personal traumas that people are dealing with, such as the loss of a loved one, health issues, unemployment, divorce or the loss of a job.