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Diverse Paths to High-Performance Organizational Culture

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There is no single path or prescription for high-performance organizational culture. Increasingly companies are abandoning the traditional “modern management” practices developed for manufacturing and are moving to post-modern approaches that reflect the changing face of work and  the needs of knowledge workers.


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Is Thought Leadership Just Business Jargon? by @allenmireles

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Many terms are overused: Thought leader and thought leadership are among them. But are these terms just business jargon? We think not. Here's why.

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The Modern Taxonomy Wheel ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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"One of the readers here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learners just sent me this awesome Blooms Taxonomy wheel to share with you. I can't believe I missed this graphic before  Blooms Taxonomy is one of the major themes in this blog and I have been scouring the web for several months collecting everything related to this taxonomy.In fact one of the great things about being a blogger is not only being able to share with others but also learn from them."


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Harvard Business School’s Elevator Pitch Builder

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The online tool will help you select effective words to describe yourself, walk you through creating your who, what, why, and a goal. And then it gets better: It’ll analyze your pitch for you with stats like how many seconds it will take you to present the speech.


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, April 24, 2013 10:46 AM

Read also Anna Rydne's article about the tool here: http://communicateskills.com/2012/09/15/harvard-elevator-pitch-builder/

Deborah Long's curator insight, June 2, 2013 7:44 PM

Good resource for developing and creating your pitch.

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The Five-Step Maturity Model for Building a Collaborative Organization

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The purpose of the maturity model is to help organizations where they are today, where they should go in the future and the value of doing so, and how to get there.


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12 Principles of Collaboration

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Twelve collaboration principles that successful organizations follow.

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Linda Allen's curator insight, April 17, 2013 1:09 PM

Thank you Richard, great principles!

AnYes van Rhijn's curator insight, April 18, 2013 6:12 AM
Great principles! Which ones have you already implemented and which ones do you need to work on?
Philippe Vallat's curator insight, May 22, 2013 3:49 PM

Great principles!

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Assessing Assessment: Five Keys to Success | Faculty Focus

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There are those in the academic community who dread hearing and reading about assessment. But aside from the mandatory reporting required by credentialing and accreditation agencies, how can faculty members be sure that all of the assessment activities they are required to report actually produce change and are not just more paperwork?


By: Vickie Kelly, EdD in Educational Assessment


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