Tag Archives: Social Learning

Reflections on DevLearn Day 3: Game Dynamics and Trust

I presented my session on Game Dynamics this morning: really an exploration of the underlying ways that games work and how it relates to some of the wider work around learning in the Social Age. The framework i’m using to … Continue reading

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Reflections from DevLearn 2015: Innovation, Badges and Social

I’m at DevLearn in Vegas this week: for the first time, i’ve been using YouTube to share some #WorkingOutLoud reflective posts through the day, and now, in the evening, i’m writing a summary of key themes i’ve taken out from … Continue reading

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Tacit and Tribal Knowledge: Socially Moderated Sense Making

Before i complete my writing around the Change Curve framework, i’m pausing to reflect and rehearse some language around tribal, tacit knowledge. A common thread that lies through the work around Social Learning, Social Leadership, and my more recent Change … Continue reading

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Reflections from Learning Live and eLearning Guild 2015

It’s been a day of two conference sessions, something i must remind myself not to do again, as the gear change was pretty rapid: my session at Learning Live was on ‘Scaffolded Social Learning’, followed an hour later by a … Continue reading

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Reflections from Learning Live 2015

I’m presenting a session at Learning Live tomorrow, with a chance to explore the sessions today. Some short reflections on key topics and language that I’m hearing: mention of millennials, broad swathes of change and a continuation of interest in … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Engagement in the Social Age

The Social Age is a time of constant change: evolving technology, the new nature of work, the rise of social communities and the democratisation of creativity being just some of the most visible facets. The old social contract is broken: … Continue reading

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Investing in Community: the Long Term Return

I’ve been trying to publish a post everyday this week around the new Change Curve work, but today, a short interlude. Why? Because as i’ve been #WorkingOutLoud on it, sharing and publishing as i go, i’ve ended up thinking more, … Continue reading

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