August, 2007

The Bamboo Project Blog: My Personal Learning Environment Mindmap Revised

The Bamboo Project Blog

The last day of Reader Questions and this morning I had something from Sky who asked me for a clearer version of my Personal Learning Environment Mindmap from April. Since this is about the fifth time someone has asked me

Who is working for you today?


Ask HR to provide a list from the payroll and you should get the answer with reasonable accuracy, – right? Well, with an average 20% of the working population (Manpower estimate) working for one company but technically being paid from another -so called contingent workers- the answer is not that obvious anymore. According to American […]. SuccessFactors Research Enterprise 2.0

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The Bamboo Project Blog: How I Organize Myself to Write a Blog Post

The Bamboo Project Blog

This week I'm doing a series of posts responding to reader questions. Today, I'm going to a question from Nancy Riffer who wants to know how I organize myself when I'm writing a blog post. I have a confession to

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The Bamboo Project Blog: Seven Strategies for Supporting Personal Learning Environments at Work

The Bamboo Project Blog

Yesterday I started to answer Glen Ross's question about how to support staff in developing and using personal learning environments (PLEs) by defining what I mean when I talk about a PLE. Today I'm getting to the real meat of

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Cracking the Career Development Code

Speaker: Julie Winkle Giulioni, Author, Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want

It’s 2020 and it’s time to crack the code on career development. Julie Winkle Giulioni, leadership and career consultant, will share her findings from decades of field research. She’ll deconstruct effective career development, offering a practical framework that makes it more doable and durable, by identifying and assessing the skills gaps in your workforce.

The Bamboo Project Blog: Five Reasons Why You Need a Portfolio and Seven Reasons Why It Should Be Online

The Bamboo Project Blog

Do you have a portfolio? Is it online? After reading Cammy Bean's post today, I started thinking about all the reasons why an online portfolio makes a lot of sense. Actually, let's start with just having a portfolio, whether online

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With a quarter of the workforce working remotely, how are you going to manage your people and drive results for your business?


According to a recent study commissioned by Cisco, mobile workers are expected to account for a quarter of the world’s working population by 2009. With this in mind, how:• Can your organization afford not to drive real performance from your remote workers?• Can you even attract and retain the people you need if you fight […

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Stop wasting time! Or don’t.


Max’s note: We’re proud to present this guest post by SuccessFactors’ Director of Research, Erik Berggren. ———————————————— What’s the best way to be productive? I wager 99% of you just thought to yourself – “waste less time.” After all, if we used every minute efficiently we could build skyscrapers in days, right? Maybe. According to a new […]. Uncategorized HCM