Tag Archives: Holidays

Aspects of the #SocialAge – Part 4 – Boundaries Are Futile

In the old world there was a clear separation between formal and social aspects of our lives, between leisure and work. Today those boundaries are gone. We exist in a grey space: when networks, communities, influence, reputation, and stories themselves, … Continue reading

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Social Learning: Birth of a Community

I sat in on an hour long session today, the birth of a new Social Learning community. It’s part of a large Scaffolded Social learning project, of which the community forms the central ‘sense making‘ elements. So establishing it, building … Continue reading

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The reason for reflection

I’m on holiday this week, trying to avoid all but essential work, but also trying to finish the third article exploring Social Leadership (which doesn’t count as work!). I also took a look at the Blog stats and realised how … Continue reading

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