Knowledge-at-work: Knowledge & knowing

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « KnowingKnowledge - wiki | Main | Case-hardened books » October 15, 2006 Knowledge & knowing New book just released George Siemens has kindly released his new book as series of.pdf files which you are free to download, or you can read and contribute to the wiki conversation , or you can thumb through the excellent graphics on Flickr In this book George looks at ways the context around knowledge is changing and the influence this is having on knowledge itself: 1. The rise of the individual - ability to voice and show, blogs and YouTube 2. Increased connectedness - affordances for conversation 3. Immediacy and now - knowledge half-life is shrinking fast 4. Breakdown and repackaging - new tools allow rip, mix and burn 5. Prominence of the conduit - new publishing media have opened things 6. Global socialization - networking everywhere from MySpace to SecondLife 7. Blurring worlds of physical and virtual - on the go becomes the norm October 15, 2006 in KM , KM practices , KM tools , Patterns , PKM | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Knowledge & knowing : Comments hello Uncertainty and diversity Structure abd Agency Knowledge and Knowing how we can talk about these three themes about the crime and family Posted by: guangzhou | April 23, 2007 at 06:55 AM Verify your Comment Previewing your Comment Posted by: | This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted. Your comment could not be posted. Error type: Your comment has been saved. Comments are moderated and will not appear until approved by the author. Post another comment The letters and numbers you entered did not match the image. Please try again. As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. This prevents automated programs from posting comments. Having trouble reading this image? View an alternate. About Recent Posts Informal learning - the root of KM? Commutation or factoring? in S2 Reworking k representation Cycling to knowledge Taxonomy & KM Making connections! Reflecting on corporate memory Knowledge sharing - a re-think Social search - KM thinking Beliefs around learning Add me to your TypePad People list Subscribe to this blogs feed Blog powered by TypePad Categories Books KM KM practices KM tools learning LO Patterns PKM podcasts Structured Settlements Web/Tech Weblogs Recent Comments Annerose on Informal learning - the root of KM? master fentaw on Knowledge representation Arjun Thomas on Informal learning - the root of KM? Artorios on Informal learning - the root of KM? Rosie on Reworking k representation Stan Garfield on Knowledge lost guangzhou on Knowledge & knowing J Pody on Informal learning - the root of KM? Karen Huffman on Informal learning - the root of KM? www.fundouble.com on Taxonomy & KM Archives January 2007 December 2006 November 2006 October 2006 September 2006 August 2006 July 2006 June 2006 May 2006 April 2006 KM links KmWiki Column Two E L S U A ~ A KM Blog Anecdote Portals and KM Lilia Efimova Patrick Hindert Jack Vinson George Siemens Jim McGee My Online Status AIM: dgrey101 ICQ: 252-292-586 Skype: dgrey101 Yahoo!: dgrey101 KM search Google box

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How HR Can Tackle Diversity Using the Rooney Rule

Visier

In August 2015, the need for more workforce diversity was spotlighted in a big way when President Obama issued a call to action to technology companies, encouraging them to hire more women and minorities by implementing the Rooney Rule. Metric to watch: Diversity of interviewed candidates.

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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.

Knowledge-at-work: KM practices

Knowledge-at-work

Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « When learning and knowledge collide | Main | Knowledge managers » November 05, 2006 KM practices Which KM practices are the most important in your opinion? Clarify meaning - help groups surface distinctions, maintain diversity and engage in creative abrasion, i.e. create a Ba.

Knowledge-at-work: Reflecting on corporate memory

Knowledge-at-work

» December 17, 2006 Reflecting on corporate memory Sharing via explicit, evolving documentation is receiving more attention as wikis and blogs move into the enterprise. Any repository that does not enable dialog, promote awareness, encourage back-channel connections, make it easy to connect to the source person, push notifications or foster diversity of opinion and offer affordances for annotation, is unlikely to survive.

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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. Posted by: Dr. Mohamed Taher | November 23, 2006 at 04:17 PM Knowledge isn't the dependent variable.

Knowledge-at-work: KM failing?

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Knowledge-at-work Personal thoughts about learning, community and social affordances for knowledge creation « The nature of knowledge (again) | Main | Knowledge as ecology » February 19, 2006 KM failing? Our conversations are now distributed, diverse and fragmented. February 19, 2006 in KM , KM practices , KM tools | Permalink TrackBack TrackBack URL for this entry: [link] Listed below are links to weblogs that reference KM failing?

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Knowledge-at-work: Knowledge as ecology

Knowledge-at-work

Main | KM, decisons and problem solving » February 26, 2006 Knowledge as ecology Reflecting on many years working, thinking and writing on KM, the strongest meme for me remains knowledge ecology. Sustainability, adaptation, food and energy webs & chains, stasis, climax, niche, fitness, Nardi & Day examine information ecologies in terms of co-evolution, keystone species, diversity and system flows. Ecology communicates life, diversity, organic, and open.

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Cycling to knowledge

Knowledge-at-work

I can easily see the value to new arrivals and can appreciate the need to have diversity and participant churn. What do we really know about those knowledge practices that involve a strong cyclic component? Can we alter the rate, depth, relevance and utility of knowledge generation by enhancing the cycle visibility, being mindful of our place in the cycle, changing frequency and other properties? Idea generations and dialog turns.

Building Office Culture with Diversity and Inclusion

Best Money Moves

Building office culture with diversity and inclusion. A better office culture starts with diversity and inclusion but more than 60 percent of marginalized groups working for companies that focus on those values still feel pressured to “cover” their identities to fit in at work, according to research by Deloitte. An LGBTQIA+ respondent shared, “I didn’t feel I could protest when the person put in charge of diversity for our group was in fact an extremely vocal homophobe.”.

Why Are Diversity Initiatives Failing?

HR Management

Many organizations implement diversity initiatives with the intention of capturing the innovation, performance, and retention benefits provided by diverse workplaces [1]. However, a recently released report from the Diversity Council of Australia has found these initiatives often fail to achieve their desired outcomes – to the extent that almost a third have been classified as “never or rarely effective” by HR professionals [2]. 2006).

Chief Diversity Officer Carin Taylor: Celebrating Our Differences at Workday

Workday

Having a diverse and inclusive workplace is a priority for most organizations. And like most priorities, it takes a team and a set of goals to address diversity and inclusion (D&I). Workday Chief Diversity Officer Carin Taylor. “As Everybody’s Diverse in Their Own Way.

How the FBI Overhauled Its Hiring Process to Improve Diversity and Create a Better Candidate Experience

Linkedin Talent Blog

In 2016, former FBI director James Comey realized the organization was facing a diversity crisis in its special agent ranks. in 2006 to 17.9% Even at the application stage, Peter’s team wasn’t sure how many diverse candidates were coming in.

How the FBI Overhauled Its Hiring Process to Improve Diversity and Create a Better Candidate Experience

Linkedin Talent Blog

In 2016, former FBI director James Comey realized the organization was facing a diversity crisis in its special agent ranks. in 2006 to 17.9% Even at the application stage, Peter’s team wasn’t sure how many diverse candidates were coming in.

Are HR's diversity and inclusion strategies proprietary information?

Steve Boese

The story I wanted to highlight is about a big tech company fight over an employee non-compe te, but not one of the ones we expect - surrounding some star engineer working on the latest VR or AI tech - it centers around HR, more specifically, around a Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer heading to Microsoft from IBM. But these companies will apparently do whatever it takes — including launching a legal fight — to hire one type of person: a Chief Diversity Officer.

The Necessary Discomfort of Inclusive Leadership

Root

The following is an excerpt from How to Be an Inclusive Leader: Your Role in Creating Cultures of Belonging Where Everyone Can Thrive , a book in which diversity and inclusion expert Jennifer Brown provides a step-by-step guide for the personal and emotional journey we must undertake to create an inclusive workplace where everyone can thrive. It’s perhaps not surprising that two thirds of executives consider diversity and inclusion a rising priority.

Is Sexual Orientation Protected by Federal Law?

HR Daily Advisor

By 2006, she had been promoted from rescue technician to acting rescue lieutenant, and then to rescue lieutenant. Diversity Insight attorneys' fees disability leave laws sexual orientationThe U.S.

6 Ways to Avoid Age Bias in Your Job Descriptions

Ongig

The Equality Act of 2010 (and the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations 2006 before it), protects candidates/employees in many ways. Diversity and Inclusion Age Discrimination Unconscious BiasEmployers paid $240 million in age bias lawsuits since 2000, according to a survey by GoodJobsFirst.org. Note: Most age discrimination law suits relate to The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) which forbids age discrimination against people who are age 40 or older.

Happy Equal Pay Day!

HRExecutive

Maxx, Home Goods and other apparel and home goods retailers) has hovered around 30% since 2006. boards of directors compensation diversity gender diversity HR professionOK, so it may not be the most celebratory of occasions on the year’s calendar, but it is nonetheless well worth an HRE Daily post to acknowledge the persistent pay gap that has plagued women ever since joining the workforce many decades ago.

The bold new world of talent: 10 predictions for 2016

HR Times

These changes, which impact organizations in every country, are coupled with a workforce that is increasingly diverse (in gender, age, culture, and nationality), demanding, and mobile. Diversity, inclusion, and gender inequality have reached board-level priority.

Talent, Visas, & Internships- We can fix this!

Fastfood HR

Unemployment is down, recruiting talent at the collegiate level has become extremely competitive, but I’m still hearing comments that are stuck in a strategy reminiscent of 2006. If your firm is focusing on “diversity” then HR needs to help their leaders understand the true meaning of the word. HR Internships College Recruiting CPT Diversity F1 OPT recruiting Students Visas“Meet the new boss, same as the old boss!” – Pete Townshend.

What Happens to the “Average” Worker When Average Work is Obsolete?

Cornerstone On Demand

Marc Pensky, who coined the term "digital immigrant" in 2006, described our current work environment quite eloquently when he told CNN, “People will always be behind now, and that will be a stress they have to cope with.” The concept of work is getting re-worked.

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Rising Music Stars Chad, Dennijo, and Andy Sitze of The Flat River Band: “Always find the best in people; despite what some people say, try to find the positive in it; If you look hard enough you will find it”

Thrive Global

The Flat River Band is an Americana Country Music Band that was formed in 2006. We are very interested in diversity in the entertainment industry. Can you share three reasons with our readers about why you think it’s important to have diversity represented in film and television?

Governor Signs Bill Directing Development of Indoor Heat Illness Standard

HRWatchdog

Since 2006, outdoor workplaces have been regulated to prevent heat illness. Because indoor workplaces and work activities are so diverse, it is imperative that employers have their voice heard during the rulemaking process so that each is regulated in as rational a manner as possible.

3 Ways to Cultivate Courageous Helpers

WeSpire

In 2006, he was only the second person to be named posthumously as a member of the New York City Fire Department. Read Previous Week’s Spark: Why Psychological Safety is Key to Improving Diversity. Saturday Spark #31. By Susan Hunt Stevens, Founder & CEO.

5 Amazing Team Events for the Summer that Promote Teamwork and Collaboration

CultureIQ

Remember the playoffs in 2006, anyone? While your team may be diverse, jamming out to some tunes is a pastime enjoyed by many. Having a team that genuinely gets along is a great feeling. Even better, teamwork and collaboration is good for business.

How to Watch Out for Unconscious Bias in Hiring

Brazen HR

While overt bias is thankfully rare in today’s business environment, unconscious bias could be wreaking havoc on your genuine efforts to hire a diverse, effective team. Diverse teams are essential to competing in today’s melting pot economy. “First impressions are everything.”.

Using Cloverleaf to Lead Your Best Interviews

Cloverleaf

Tips on how to set your team up for interview success: Get more people in the room Did you know that employees perceive interviews to be more fair if there are more interviewers in the room (Tran & Blackman, 2006)? As a manager, you’ve got a lot on your plate.

3 Powerful Communication Tips to Cultivate Innovation in the Workplace

Dr. Nadine

Facilitate inclusive conversations Diversity creates a ripe breeding ground for innovation. Celebrate diverse perspectives, viewpoints, and opinions. Case in point: a 2006 study published in the Journal of Management found a curvilinear relationship between innovation and task conflict.

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3 Ways to Create Courageous Helpers

WeSpire

In 2006, he was only the second person to be named posthumously as a member of the New York City Fire Department. Read Previous Week’s Spark: Why Psychological Safety is Key to Improving Diversity. Saturday Spark #31. By Susan Hunt Stevens, Founder & CEO.

Women in Leadership Positions Makes Good Business Sense

Edcor

Since 1987 they have earned more master’s degrees and since 2006 more doctoral degrees than men. Women leadership is a key to business success. Women make up a large percentage of the educated skilled workforce, and businesses that place them in leadership positions have a great advantage.

How HR can earn that elusive seat at the C-suite table

HR Morning

As we approach 2018, great HR leaders must also be tech-savvy, champion diversity and inclusion, and know how to create a winning culture that will boost revenue. It’s critical to build a deep, diverse bench in case an employee takes a new job or becomes ill.

Has the #MeToo Movement Actually Changed Sexual Harassment Policies?

EverFi - HR

While most people likely believe that the “Me Too” movement is something that emerged over the last few years, it’s a movement that was actually started in 2006 by a woman named Tarana Burke, a survivor of sexual assault. Workplace Harassment Course EVERFI designs global ethics and compliance courses that educate employees on important skills relating to harassment, diversity, security and culture—protecting your people and your bottom line.

Mindset Is The Key For Success And This Entrepreneur Shows You Why

Thrive Global

I discovered Bob Proctor in the movie ‘The Secret’ in 2006. A big part of business success nowadays is dependent on having the right mindset. More and more business owners realize that the right mentorship is essential for their business to succeed.

Six HR Leaders Inducted into NAHR

HRExecutive

Bock joined Google in 2006 from GE Capital, the financial services arm of General Electric with more than 35,000 employees, where he held various executive leadership roles.

A Discussion with Melbourne, Australia’s, Thomas Leen: “Building Trust is the Foundation to a Healthy Work Environment”

Thrive Global

In 2006 I got the opportunity to join the automotive industry where I worked for the next 10 years in roles various global roles covering Infrastructure, Operations and Cybersecurity. Right size, Trust, Diversity and Cultural awareness are some of the key factors.

“We need more positive coverage of cultural accomplishments.” with Len Gaincola & Patrick Pennie

Thrive Global

Media coverage is the number one way to enlighten the public on the benefits of diversity. In 2006, Patrick received FDA clearance to release the second-generation Platelet Concentrating System called the GenesisCS Component Concentrating System.