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Comparing Cooperative & Collaborative Learning

"A helpful mini-lecture compares & contrasts cooperative and collaborative learning."


Some good points here, via Regent University Center for Teaching & Learning.


Via Aniya, Jim Lerman, Dennis T OConnor, michel verstrepen
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Collaboration Culture Behaviors needed. Does it = Chief Collaboration Officer New Role ?

Collaboration Culture Behaviors needed.  Does it = Chief Collaboration Officer New Role ? | Agile Learning | Scoop.it

"As businesses become social businesses, collaboration and community skills are becoming the new workplace skills."


This post recalled one of the structural questions I like to consider in organization design:  how changing roles, goals procedures & relationships will foster collaborative culture through encouraging and supporting new skills.


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[Consider what roles would] help identify what “good” collaboration behaviour might look like within [your] organisation, and ...help to build an effective collaboration culture.


[A chief collaboration officer] will need:

  • to have a good understanding of the business, business processes and business strategy – not just learning theory
  • to appreciate that organizational learning involves more than just training people and that collaborative (or social) learning is a fundamental and natural part of doing social business.
  • a good knowledge of social and collaborative tools, and recognise that the primary collaboration platform in the organisation will be the one that underpins the work, ie some form of social intranet – but not a learning platform or system.
  • to believe that fostering a collaborative culture needs to be achieved by “modeling behaviours” - rather than training and testing competencies in order for workers to obtain their “collaboration license” before they are allowed on the network.

...developing collaborative skills will require an ongoing, adaptive, organic “modeling” process – not a one-off training event.

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The Stupid Company? Is Collective Intelligence a Myth? Call for papers: The #eCollab Blog Carnival

The Stupid Company?  Is Collective Intelligence a Myth?  Call for papers: The #eCollab Blog Carnival | Agile Learning | Scoop.it

In theory, everyone is for the learning organization or the mobilization of collective intelligence.   How could you be against it? Would that make you in favour of the "stupid organization"?


eCollab Blog Carnival post suggested by Frederic Domon. It looks like a great idea. ~ Deb


Few organizations have developed a model for a sustainable learning organization.


So, is collective intelligence a myth? What are the reasons for successive failures at attempts to implement the learning organization? How can this be fixed?

Please join us in this discussion!

If you wish to participate (2 choices):

Do you have a blog?


  • Respond with an article you publish on your blog. Send an email to fdomon (at) entreprisecollaborative.com or a tweet to @hjarche or @fdomon to make sure we do not forget your article.
 
 
  • If you use Twitter, send a message linked to your post using the hashtag #ecollab
  
  • We will publish all articles, or excerpts of them on the site. This will make for easier reading of the blog carnival. We will link to the original article and will contact you for a short bio and photo to include with the article
  


You do not have a blog but this interests you?

   

Send your article directly to fdomon (at) entreprisecollaborative.com. We will then publish it.
   

Good blog Carnival and thank you in advance for your participation. - Frederic Domon.

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Harold Jarche » Informal learning, the 95% reality of how it happens

Harold Jarche » Informal learning, the 95% reality of how it happens | Agile Learning | Scoop.it

To create real learning organizations, there is a choice.


We can keep bolting on bits of informal learning to the formal training structure, or we can take a systemic approach and figure out how learning can be integrated into the workflow – 95% of the time.


An industrial age mindset would require a unified approach for informal learning, but the network age demands an acceptance of perpetual Beta.


We have many methods and frameworks that can better inform us how to design work systems. When learning is the work, the support systems have to enable both.


Integrating the best of what we know from multiple disciplines, in an evidence-based fashion, is the way to proceed and support complex, creative, collaborative work.


Informal learning, the 95% solution http://t.co/h5jyxeVx...

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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's insight:

How is peer & social learning, and technical/corporate structure affecting the way organizational learning happens in your organization?  ~ D

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