Category Archives: Disclosure

The Privacy Jigsaw: can you keep a secret?

I am active online: i participate in many social spaces and learning communities. I maintain a number of personal and professional personas, but across them all i tend towards caution when it comes to sensitive data. I tend to trust … Continue reading

Posted in Accessibility, Agile, Authority, Clarity, Collaboration, Community, Consumption, Culture, Disclosure, Forbidden, Freedom, Integrity, Learning Culture, Legacy, Mistakes, Ownership, Privacy, Social Learning, Social Media | Tagged , , , , , , , | 6 Comments

Social legacy: Paris Brown and the right to learn

This isn’t a post about politics and policing: it’s a post about learning and the legacy of social media. The right to learn and the right to grow up. There’s been a scandal brewing in the UK over the last … Continue reading

Posted in Age, Authority, Brand, Culture, Disclosure, Diversity, Equality, Experience, Facebook, Freedom, Information, Integrity, Leadership, Learning, Learning Culture, Legacy, Mistakes, News, Personal Brand, Social Learning, Social Media, Tone of Voice, Truth, Twitter, Understanding | Tagged , , , , , , , | 9 Comments

How do you find the time to write? Reflection and agility in learning

Is the wrong question: ‘why don’t you find the time to write?‘ would be better. Agile learners are able to pick up ideas and test them out rapidly, they iterate various behaviours and approaches to test out what lets them … Continue reading

Posted in Agile, Blog, Blogging, Book, Collaboration, Community, Community of Practice, Disclosure, Education, Ideas, Learning, Legacy, Mindset, Mobile Learning, Narrative, Reflection, Social Learning, Stories, Words, Writing | Tagged , , , , , , , | 11 Comments

There’s no point in knowledge if you don’t share it: collaboration and generosity in the social age

What’s the point in knowledge if you don’t share it? Collaboration and generosity are what drive innovation and engagement and yet organisations are often obsessed with hiding things away, with tucking their stories out of sight behind paywalls and firewalls, … Continue reading

Posted in Authority, Collaboration, Community, Community of Practice, Connections, Control, Culture, Disclosure, Freedom, Global, Ideas, Knowledge, Meaning, Social Learning | Tagged , , , | 42 Comments

Research Paper: Communication in online spaces – trust and disclosure.

I asked the question “Assuming you are communicating with someone you know, are you more comfortable disclosing personal information online or in person?” This is part of a wider piece of research that i’m working on looking at how relationships … Continue reading

Posted in Collaboration, Communication, Community, Community of Practice, Disclosure, Formal Spaces, Informal Spaces, Social Learning, Social Media, Trust | Tagged , , , , | 6 Comments