I was fortunate to attend CultureCon in Boston, which focused on designing workgroup practices that embrace agile, nimble learning. This is the world into which our students will be growing.
Twitter is a medium of conversational direction and a discovery platform for the text and conversations that matter.
From Robert Krulwich: If you can … fall in love, with the work, with people you work with, with your dreams and their dreams. Whatever it was that got you to this school, don’t let it go.
"In a floating village in the middle of the sea that has not an inch of soil, the kids loved to watch football but had nowhere to play or practice. But they didn't let that stop them."
America needs “informed communities,” places where the information ecology meets people’s personal and civic information needs.
With all of the horrible things we've learned through the Internet about suffering in our world lately, this is a video about the simple, powerful joy of people around the world singing together.
From Harold Jarche: I think the edge will be where almost all high value work gets done in organizations. Core activities will be increasingly automated or outsourced.
From Bill Keller, executive editor of The New York Times: “Aggregation” can mean smart people sharing their reading lists, plugging one another into the bounty of the information universe. It kind of describes what I do as an editor. But too often it amounts to taking words written by other people, packaging them on your... Continue Reading →
From Adam Hartung: Rather than search out growth, most businesses are still trying to simply do what their business has done for decades – and marveling at the lack of improved results... But now we’re in the information economy... Today, value goes to those who know how to create, store, manipulate and use information. And... Continue Reading →