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If the Army Can Put Its Doctrine Up On a Wiki, You've Got No Excuse

Conversation Matters

A few weeks ago I had the privilege of watching an astounding event - a room full of Soldiers typing Army doctrine onto a wiki so that Soldiers in the field could make changes as they were discovering new and better tactics in the midst of fighting a war. One was that it was happening at all, because to the Army, doctrine is close to sacred. It is written by doctrine specialists and then verified and authenticated at many levels within the hierarchy.

Where Knowledge Management Has Been and Where It Is Going- Part Three

Conversation Matters

In this three part series I‘ve classified the evolving landscape of knowledge management into three categories. The first category is Leveraging Explicit Knowledge and is about capturing documented knowledge and building it into a collection - connecting people to content. The second category is about Leveraging Experiential Knowledge and it gave rise to communities of practice and reflection processes. I speak to the third category in this post.

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Potentiation: Neurology and Knowledge Management

Conversation Matters

It’s a term that those of us that are involved in knowledge and learning could make great use of – no need for neurologist to have all the fun! Information moves along neurons and when the information reaches an axon terminal, in order to go any further it has to jump the synaptic gap to the next neuron. Now it turns out that each time the neurotransmitter excites its neighboring neuron that pathway becomes stronger and can be more easily excited the next time.

The Business of Learning: What Does the Future Hold?

The Bamboo Project Blog

Tony Karrer is asking an important and provocative question for those of us in the business of learning: While training as a publisher of courses and courseware faces an increasingly challenging market, what other things can learning businesses successfully sell to internal or external customers? And how does it change when there's an increasing reliance on informal learning over more traditional formal methods? You use what you need to support the lessons.

Implementing Social Media in Your Organization: A Twitter Unpanel

The Bamboo Project Blog

I'm not going to be able to attend this (prior commitments, not Twitter Hating ), but thought it was definitely worth passing on, via the Fistful of Talent blog. Jessica Lee from APCO Worldwide will be hosting a Twitter UnPanel tomorrow afternoon at 12 noon, Eastern time : Here's the idea behind using Twitter and this UnPanel. You've probably attended a conference before. and realized that it's the wisdom of the crowd that often makes the experience rich.

There Are Only Two Kinds of Companies: The Quick and the Dead

Future of Work

[This is the "Compass" article from the March issue of our Future of Work Agenda newsletter. You can also read it in the newsletter format at this link.]. We’ve been pleased at how well it’s been received, but we’ve also been frustrated at how few organizations seem to “get&# the message. Pardon us, but maybe if we shout it out one more time someone will hear us. In today’s business climate, only the agile survive.

Feelings mixed about recent college hires

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Wednesday, September 9, 2009 Feelings mixed about recent college hires In the last year there has been a noticeable shift in the mood regarding recent college graduates. While many blogs used to tout the world was their oyster, and employers had better accommodate anything they wanted, now the mood is much cooler.

On the Job by Anita Bruzzese: Do Online Classes Make Sense for.

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Monday, July 20, 2009 Do Online Classes Make Sense for Your Career? When I graduated from college -- even though I loved the experience -- I literally ran to my car after the ceremony, speeding away in my 72 Olds Cutlass Supreme. (An People just did the work and never challenged anything that was said.

Could telecommuting be a career mistake?

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Wednesday, October 14, 2009 Could telecommuting be a career mistake? While a lot of people think telecommuting is the answer to all their problems, sometimes you have to be careful of what you wish for. home as a consulting engineer for his employer in Provo, Utah, he was given 60-days notice in 2007 that he was going to be laid off.

On the Job by Anita Bruzzese: How to Overcome Obstacles in Your Career

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Friday, May 29, 2009 How to Overcome Obstacles in Your Career Yesterday I guest posted on GL Hoffmans "What Would Dad Say" blog about learning to be more resourceful. Today, the workplace is a hotbed of stress. The result is often a roadblock: Workers paralyzed when there is a bump in the road. Shake it off.

Will This Tough Job Market Change Generation Y?

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Tuesday, December 1, 2009 Will This Tough Job Market Change Generation Y? When I graduated from college, my priorities were: getting a job doing something I loved, having opportunities for advancement and making enough money to pay the rent. At the same time, I know those tough times taught be a lot of valuable lessons.

On the Job by Anita Bruzzese: 4 Ways to Make Meetings Better

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Monday, September 14, 2009 4 Ways to Make Meetings Better If you look up the term "necessary evil," youll probably find a photograph of a bunch of people in a meeting. Recently I looked into the issue of meetings, some pet peeves of those attending and how the whole "necessary evil" could be made well, less evil.

Managers, Nurture Creativity. Don't Kill It!

QAspire

Bob, the project manager, was busy communicating with client via MSN Messenger, his eyes focused on the computer screen and fingers fiercely hitting the keyboard in a fine synchrony with his brain. Jay, the team member, approach Bob with a suggestion - “Sir, for this particular requirement of the project, I have a suggestion that can save us a few lines of code, time and may also improve the performance”, there was a spark on Jay’s face as he put forward the suggestion.

Five Steps Every College Student Needs to Take Now to Get a Job Later

45 Things

Helpful information and advice from Americas favorite workplace columnist About Anita Blog Books Syndicated Column Interviews Career Links Contact Thursday, May 21, 2009 Five Steps Every College Student Needs to Take Now to Get a Job Later Ive spoken with several campus recruiters lately, and they all say the same thing: You think this job market is tough? Not exactly music to the ears of a college student right now. Sit in the front. Or work the crossword puzzle.

Here’s How to Raise Healthy, Well-Adjusted Teens

Thrive Global

Welcome to our special section, Thrive on Campus , devoted to covering the urgent issue of mental health among college and university students from all angles. We welcome faculty, clinicians, and graduates to contribute as well. Not just the children you might think. How can parents help these teens be healthier and more well-adjusted? But a big part of the solution is guiding children in developing caring, respectful relationships. 2009).

Roger Allen of Fresh Artists: “Be willing to fail but learn from it each time”

Thrive Global

Be willing to fail but learn from it each time. Art beckons kids to stand back, assess the situation and start over to make something new, better and more exciting than the world has seen before. Things didn’t always work out the way I thought they would.

Mindfulness Skills in Times of Uncertainty

Thrive Global

With ‘shelter in place’ and ‘stay at home’ orders firmly in place around the globe now, all of us are challenged to literally build resilience, from the inside – We will need to build emotional self-care skills, for when stress gets high, and emotions strong. The underlying elements of mindfulness can help us do just that. These are the evidence-based mindfulness skills I teach to help build up distress tolerance and emotional mastery. 2009. “A

How Do You Prioritize Your Time? 25 Tips for Optimal Time Prioritization

Thrive Global

To get some killer tips on how to prioritize your time. So, let’s get right into it so that you’re not wasting any more time then you have to. Here is how to prioritize your time with 25 tips for optimal time prioritization. If you’ve ever driven in an unfamiliar territory your eyes are fixed sharply on the road so that you don’t miss a turn. Not only will this give you purpose, but it will also guide you in determining how you want to spend your time.

Would Removing Alcohol From the Workplace Improve Employee Well-Being?

Thrive Global

The top HR trends reported for 2020 are employee engagement, eliminating sexual harassment, and nurturing employee mental health and work life balance, according to Smart Brief. The best way to be on top of these HR trends is to remove alcohol from your workplace. This is a losing strategy, and alcohol does not contribute to the desired outcomes. Where’s the disconnect? workers valued benefits, time off, and other perks well ahead of company happy hours.

Chris Budd of Isolocity: “Never stop learning”

Thrive Global

Never stop learning. Having an open mind to engage in how things work can be one of the biggest factors in initiating change or creating innovation. While the pandemic did usher in unprecedented change for some of our clients, at Isolocity we have hit challenges like this before.

Are Online College Graduates Better or Worse Hires Than Traditional Students?

OmegaHR Solutions

I believe that online degrees and other nontraditional educational opportunities such as MOOCs are gaining in importance. The modern HR professional ignores them at their own peril. There are plenty of reasons to get an online degree. You may be looking to make a career change and don’t have the time to attend a traditional college program. You may not want to be stuck in debt for years after entering the workforce. What is making the difference?

3 Reasons Physical Offices & Face-to-Face Meetings Are Not Going Away

Workplace Psychology

The traditional, physical office is not going away any time soon despite advances in technology allowing people to work remotely , either at a home office, coworking space, virtual office, or another remote location (such as a coffee shop, library, or bookstore). The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic reignited the debate about remote work, with some suggesting that it will be the new normal even after COVID-19 (Verbeemen & D’Amico, 2020). 2009).

Hard times and poor responses in Recruiting

Strategic HCM

I’ve already noted that I’ve not been attending the CIPD’s co-located recruiting or HR software conferences this year. So I’ve been trying to keep an eye on the UK show – but it’s not been than easy to do given the very low amount of social media usage there (more on this shortly!). One thing which has been made available is the CIPD’s new Resourcing and Talent Planning survey which I’ve been looking through. And the effectiveness of social recruiting?

Q&A with HR Tech Influencer: Brian Sommer

HRExecutive

The role of HR leaders has never been more important, as organizations struggle to keep up with near-daily changes to the world of work ushered in by the coronavirus pandemic and other global challenges. Register to attend the free Virtual HR Tech Conference here.

Melcrum Summit: Re-engineering Internal Communication for Agility.

Strategic HCM

It’s not outrageous to imagine him as the next Ulrich.". #1 1 global online influencer in talent management. #6 Stop Checking the Box. The HR Capitalist. 5 Things Every HR Pro Can Learn From Riley Cooper and the Eagles. The New (Social) HR. Gamification - thats the name of the game HR. The summit take place in London on 10 to 11 October and it’d be great to see you there. ► 2009. Learning. (55).

Innovation vs efficiency ~ HR to HR 2.0 and Human Capital (HCM)

Strategic HCM

It’s not outrageous to imagine him as the next Ulrich.". #1 1 global online influencer in talent management. #6 Stop Checking the Box. The HR Capitalist. 5 Things Every HR Pro Can Learn From Riley Cooper and the Eagles. The New (Social) HR. Gamification - thats the name of the game HR. I try to post on most of the conference I attend, but sometimes struggle to get as much time as Id like. ► 2009.

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How to prove the ROI of your learning programs

Jhana

This was right before the Great Recession and right as Web 2.0 The new technology alone was overwhelming, and the accompanying data onslaught even moreso. For the first time ever, we possessed both the technological capability and — not coincidentally — the executive mandate to report on marketing’s business impact in exquisite detail. In other words, us creative thinkers and doers now had to do the maths. Wasn’t that for the CFO’s people?

People Strategies for Asia ~ HR to HR 2.0 and Human Capital (HCM)

Strategic HCM

It’s not outrageous to imagine him as the next Ulrich.". #1 1 global online influencer in talent management. #6 Stop Checking the Box. The HR Capitalist. 5 Things Every HR Pro Can Learn From Riley Cooper and the Eagles. The New (Social) HR. Gamification - thats the name of the game HR. So my mate Dave will be out in Singapore by now for the Human Capital Summit taking place there today and tomorrow. on the agenda).

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China Gorman on Professional Development in Human Resources

HR Bartender

China Gorman is a friend, colleague, and well-respected business leader. You know her from the leadership roles she’s held with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Great Place to Work. I had the opportunity to interview China back in 2009. The event is called UNLEASH and is being held May 15-16, 2018 in Las Vegas. But when the interest and budget exist, conferences can be a great way to learn and grow professionally for three reasons.

10 Lessons Learned From 10 Years in Business

Close HR Connections News & Insights

9, 2009). It has truly been an adventure from day one but I thank God for this opportunity and the lessons I have learned along the way and continue to learn each and every day. As I reflect on the past decade, it’s hard to narrow down all the mindful lessons I’ve learned during this time. However, in honor of my first decade in business, the following are 10 of my top takeaways (in no particular order). It is about the people.

“Inclusive learning environments” With Penny Bauder & Janet Wolfe

Thrive Global

More women in the STEM workforce will also help to increase funding for research projects related to women’s health and development. The IDEAL School of Manhattan is a K-12 independent inclusion school for both typically developing students and students with disabilities and special needs.

The Talent Management Summit 2013 - Opportunity to Win! ~ HR to.

Strategic HCM

It’s not outrageous to imagine him as the next Ulrich.". #1 1 global online influencer in talent management. #6 Stop Checking the Box. The HR Capitalist. 5 Things Every HR Pro Can Learn From Riley Cooper and the Eagles. The New (Social) HR. Gamification - thats the name of the game HR. The Talent Management Summit 2013 - Opportunity to Win! OK, time to share a key event later in the year with you.

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The Bamboo Project Blog: 5 Reasons You Dont Need Training

The Bamboo Project Blog

The Bamboo Project Blog « The "How Do You Write" Meme Continues to Spread | Main | We Need More Passion for the Work, Not the Organization » 5 Reasons You Dont Need Training When management finds that staff are not engaging in work behaviors desired by the organization, they often turn to training as the response for "fixing" the problem. But training frequently isnt the answer.

#E20S Social Talent Management ~ HR to HR 2.0 and Human.

Strategic HCM

It’s not outrageous to imagine him as the next Ulrich.". #1 1 global online influencer in talent management. #6 Stop Checking the Box. The HR Capitalist. 5 Things Every HR Pro Can Learn From Riley Cooper and the Eagles. The New (Social) HR. Gamification - thats the name of the game HR. My own session at the Enterprise 2.0 I dont believe this is true in general and its certainly not the case for talent management.

#InTalent Europe ? Linkedin and talent brand risks ~ HR to HR 2.0.

Strategic HCM

It’s not outrageous to imagine him as the next Ulrich.". #1 1 global online influencer in talent management. #6 Stop Checking the Box. The HR Capitalist. 5 Things Every HR Pro Can Learn From Riley Cooper and the Eagles. The New (Social) HR. Gamification - thats the name of the game HR. The event was a mixture of announcements around Linkedin Recruiter tools you’re hopefully aware of (and if you’re not, you should be!),

#DisruptHR HSV 2.0 is Coming April 2019

UpstartHR

Back in 2009 I had just started blogging, and a friend and I set up a mini conference as a way to get people together, expand relationships, and learn together. The point is that live events create special bonds and connections. They offer chances to learn and grow, sure, but they also create a space where likeminded people can connect with each other, support each other, and learn from each other. The speakers for this event really made it, though.

The Bamboo Project Blog: Blogging for Learning

The Bamboo Project Blog

The Bamboo Project Blog « A Seriously Creative Ad! Main | Another Way to Participate in our Social Media Wiki Carnival and a Few Shout-Outs » Blogging for Learning Beth Kanter wrote yesterday about the recent growth in blogs maintained by nonprofit techies, linking it to my earlier posts on creating a climate of learning. It got me thinking about how to make this kind of blogging for learning a little more intentional.

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#LT13UK Gerd Leonhard on information, technology, learning and.

Strategic HCM

It’s not outrageous to imagine him as the next Ulrich.". #1 1 global online influencer in talent management. #6 Stop Checking the Box. The HR Capitalist. 5 Things Every HR Pro Can Learn From Riley Cooper and the Eagles. The New (Social) HR. Gamification - thats the name of the game HR. LT13UK Gerd Leonhard on information, technology, learning and change. ’ in the Matrix) isn’t that far away. Learning.

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A New Look at Adult Learning

Future of Work

The illiterate of the 21st Century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.”. -- Alvin Toffler. However, the basic ability to read and write isn’t even table stakes for success in our economy and society any more. As Alvin Toffler has made clear, what really matters today for anyone who wants to succeed is agility - the ability to change, adapt, learn, unlearn, and relearn. Adults learn by doing.

How to Get a Job in HR When You’re Not Working in HR

UpstartHR

Over the last week I’ve received more than half a dozen emails from people looking for their first foray back into the HR realm after making a move to a new city, taking time off for childcare/maternity leave, and other similar stories. It’s a challenge, but this is easier than breaking into HR in the first place if you have some sort of track record to point to. The Local HR Group/Chapter Let’s talk about networking. Well, good.