Tag Archives: Social Learning

Retrospective: ‘Exploring the World of Social Learning’

As part of my own professional development i am carrying out a critical review of certain of my published works, as well as a broader reflection on the ideas that have influenced and shaped my thinking. This work will be … Continue reading

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Retrospective: Vegan Punks and Social Community

Throughout this year i am carrying out a critical reappraisal of my own published work and retrospective analysis of my ideas around the Social Age. These things will, combined, contribute towards the writing of a Social Age Guidebook later this … Continue reading

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Retrospective: ‘Learning, Knowledge & Meaning – the Singapore Diary’

As part of my own professional development, throughout this year i am carrying out a critical reappraisal of my legacy work and publications around the context of the Social Age, as well as a reflective journey through my influences and … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on ‘The Learning Science Guidebook’ #2 – The Creation of Meaning

Today i am #WorkingOutLoud on the Learning Science Guidebook. This post is a fragment of an idea that i will share with Sae, and explore in our joint writing through this week – and shared as such – imperfect work, … Continue reading

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Learning Fragments: Fracturing the Learning Function

Today i am reflecting on a systems view of learning within Organisations, to ask if the shifts and trends we see have negated or invalidated the structural model of Organisational learning at scale. The premise is relatively simple: we build … Continue reading

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Learning Ecosystem

Just a fragment of thought here: i’ve been working today on a view of Learning Ecosystems – the sketch i’ve done here is not what was in my head – so i think i am trapped by my previous thinking … Continue reading

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Wisdom

As i was unsure when to lift the tulip bulbs, i asked a responsible adult. In this case, i had a choice of three: all grandparents. I guess i could have asked my son, but whilst he has a certain … Continue reading

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Learning: Knowledge, Meaning, Capability

Principles of #WorkingOutLoud allow us to revisit topics with which we feel familiar and comfortable – to question ourselves, to explore new facets, to ask ourselves questions, or address the practical things we have learnt whilst ‘in practice’. Today i … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud on Big Loop Learning Organisations

Building out the work on ‘Big Loop Organisations’ today by exploring aspects of what it means to be ‘big’. The notion behind this is that legacy Organisations typically fall to ‘Diminishing Spirals’ of learning, as opposed to maintaining a momentum … Continue reading

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#WorkingOutLoud – The Learning Organisation

I recently shared several iterations of my core work around ‘learning’: this forms the next stage of that project, starting to consider core capabilities and structure of the Learning Organisation. I should stress that this is very early stage and … Continue reading

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