Editor’s note: Research into networks shows how ideas spread. Some good insights here into how groups affect the sharing of information across a network.
Editor’s note: Bridging the literature on team performance and information networks by studying teams’ problem solving abilities as a function of both their within-team networks and their members’ extended networks.
This week’s choice slide deck is from George Siemens, taken from his talk at the…
Editor’s note: A look at the increasing interdependencies between the world’s technological, socio-economic, and environmental systems and why we may have to redesign global networks. Big picture perspectives that point us to where we might be headed.
Editor’s note: The four types of people you should have in your network: the socialite, older sibling, IT guru and helpless sibling.
Here are our curated tweets from the chat2lrn Twitter chat on social planning for learning.…
In his penultimate article on rewiring corporate learning, Nigel Paine looks at why, as an…
Editor’s note: A great article on the importance of links and networks in influencing.
Editor’s note: Perry Timms on the power of the network and how networks help us find our ‘companions’ versus being ‘forced’ to work with others in the more traditional sense of the workplace.
Editor’s note: Think of harnessing all the information shared by people in the organisation and being able to give it meaning so it can be made sense of quickly and easily. Almost a big data approach to the information being shared . . .
Editor’s note: A personal perspective on using Twitter, finding people and finding purpose in it all by L&D manager Sukh Pabial.
Editor’s notes: Some great tips and insights on networks and networking. Are you reaping the rewards of the Law of Accelerating Returns?
Editor’s note: Some great tips here on nurturing and nourishing your personal learning network.
As a part of Ericsson’s Networked Society initiative, the company has created this 20-minute video…
Editor’s note: If you believe that your networks are your new learning then this article is worth a look. Focused on the education space but useful tips for anyone.