McKinsey research suggests the four most important things for a good leader. What do you think? 1. Solving problems effectively. The process that precedes decision making is problem solving, when information is gathered, analyzed, and considered. This is deceptively difficult to get right, yet it is a key input into decision making for major issues … Continue reading Four things for good leadership
Interesting research topic by Tanya Lau “PLN and supporting innovative practice”
MA research proposal
This is my current proposal for research I’m doing as part of the Master of Learning Sciences and Technology. I’ve been quite fascinated by Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) for a while now, and as a learning practitioner, I’m interested in how we leverage our PLN relationships to support improvements or innovations in our professional practice. This is what my proposed research aims to explore. This proposal will be refined, and possibly change in some parts…so it’s always good to be able to look back and see how it evolves.
Increasing competition, globalisation, and rapid pace of change are putting organisations and individuals under pressure to continuously innovate (improve processes, products, practices) (Whelan, 2007, Baker-Doyle 2008). Knowledge is often recognised as an organisation’s greatest asset (Whelan, 2007); and in this “knowledge economy” the ability to communicate and collaborate effectively across contexts is vital to survive and…
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A great blog from Julian Stodd, all thing learning and what the future of learning may be
Writing is both a compulsion and a pleasure: taking two weeks off was almost a challenge. But a change is good and two weeks away from work has given me time for both relaxation and refreshment (both of the soul and via mince pies). The start of a new year is usually a time for reflection and planning, and i’m doing a little of both today.
Through around two hundred articles last year we covered quite some ground, starting with the introduction of the CAIR Culture model in January through to the launch of the Social Leadership Handbook in November. Last year saw me become a Google Glass explorer (with all the technical and social hazards that entailed) as well as looking at the impact of wider social collaborative technology.
A lot of my thinking last year turned to nuances: around fairness
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This is my 'Blog Secret Santa gift to Tannel Tammik - enjoy! Flipped networking It has been just over a year since I joined Twitter. I attended a conference where Helen Blunden from Melbourne ran a session on using Twitter to expand you personal learning network (PLN). Helen's enthusiasm and straightforward instructions made it easy … Continue reading Blog Secret Santa and “Flipped Networking”
The world of L&D is changing, it's time to get social.