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Google drive para profes

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Google Drive para maestros

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Un breve resumen de las bondades que nos ofrece Google Drive, aplicables al eLearning. 

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Visualización de datos: el diseño de la comprensión. | Ignasi Alcalde

Visualización de datos: el diseño de la comprensión. | Ignasi Alcalde | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
Se trata de mostrar los datos de manera que permitan comprender la relación que existe entre la evolución de las variables en el tiempo, las tendencias ... y para ello es importante refinar la construcción visual y escoger el tipo adecuado para cada caso, y aquí es donde la forma de gráfico elegido debe ir en función de la necesiadad de conocimiento a transmitir con los datos. Básicamente, una representación visual de datos debería dar a conocer los datos, provocar la reflexión y permitir la comparación de datos, y no distorsionar la impresión sobre los resultados.La magia de visualización de datos , radica en la captura y síntesis previa de la información para mediante el uso de diversas técnicas visuales como diagramas, gráficas, esquemas, conexiones, grafos… para posteriormente transformarla y con ello para facilitar la compresión de la misma. Tener éxito en la visualización de datos que no es otra cosa que dominar el diseño de la comprensión.
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Algunas de las claves para entender el poder de los datos.

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13 reasons why the internet is good for you | infographic

13 reasons why the internet is good for you | infographic | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

Most of us rely on the internet on a daily basis, but did you know that it is actually good for you?


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Handbook | blendsync.org

Handbook | blendsync.org | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

The Blended Synchronous Learning Handbook is the primary output of the Blended Synchronous Learning Project. It includes the summative findings of the Blended Synchronous Learning case studies, a Blended Synchronous Learning Design Framework, and a range of other resources and information to support blended synchronous learning design research and practice.


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Fiona Harvey's curator insight, August 7, 1:06 PM

looks interesting and useful to add to the research on blended learning

Jamie Ruppert's curator insight, August 7, 1:49 PM

The Blended Synchronous Learning Handbook is the primary output of the Blended Synchronous Learning Project.

HJJP's curator insight, August 20, 8:16 PM

Single source education has never been very effective, I still remember those days of pure memorization. I was fortunate enough to have relatives that always asked me about what I learned... and they were not interested in me reciting the facts, they were interested in me telling them what I thought, how it impacted my life or those of others.... When I answered them, and they were happy with my answers, I actually got to understand what I had memorized, and certainly got to master the information in a more meaningful way.... It did not always help with getting excellent grades in exams, but I still accurately remember concepts I learned in 3rd grade.... I feel blended learning is the only way of teaching.... this will allow students to understand and implement complex concepts, catapulting them into much high learning than what we experienced 50 years ago.... or 40... or 30... even 20 or in many classrooms, a couple of days ago....

 

Hope to see many teachers utilizing these sort of blended learning... Current technology makes it so much easier...

 

 

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Fade: Fall detector

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EDUCACIÓN FUNDACIÓN TELEFÓNICA's curator insight, August 5, 11:16 AM

EL proyecto Fade aprovecha todos los sensores de movimiento y orientación de un smartphone para detectar una posible caída, ejecutándose en segundo plano y emitiendo una señal de alarma para que el usuario intervenga y verifique que se encuentra bien. De lo contrario, el sistema automáticamente se onee en contacto con la persona que la persona que se haya predefinido mediante cualquiera de los medios disponibles: SMS, MMS, llamada telefónica, e-mail, aplicaciones push-mail (tipo WhatsApp).

En caso de alarma real de caída, la localización del dispositivo se podría obtener a partir del GPS del mismo o, en su defecto y atendiendo al ahorro de batería, mediante triangulación de antenas.

Fade es una aplicación en fase de pruebas con grandes posibilidades en el cuidado de la tercera edad y pacientes con disfunciones motores que precisan de vigilancia constante.

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Filtering social media in schools because it’s a ‘distraction’ | Dangerously Irrelevant

Filtering social media in schools because it’s a ‘distraction’ | Dangerously Irrelevant | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

Unlike what is stated elsewhere in this article, the ‘real world’ is digital. The real world is technology-suffused. People everywhere use social media and other online tools all the time to accomplish their work. How are educators supposed to prepare students for our new technology-infused information, economic, and learning landscapes in analog school environments?


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Nik Peachey's curator insight, August 5, 6:15 AM

Some good points in this article.

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Why do so many Moodle courses suck?

Why do so many Moodle courses suck? | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

Moodle is a magnificent free product and has the potential to enable schools and teachers to build wonderfully unique interactive online learning courses in which learner interaction can be tracked, measured and responded to. Despite this the vast majority of Moodle courses I see are a long list of Word and PDF documents with at best a few forums that enable a minimum of human social interaction.


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Donna Farren's curator insight, August 1, 5:16 AM

Nik makes some great points about Moodle - or really putting any content online - there has to be instructional design training, online teaching training or blended teaching training and how to select content for online delivery.  technical training alone is not enough.

irene's curator insight, August 4, 8:51 PM

Interesting observation - echoes my own experience

Mikko Hakala's curator insight, August 7, 2:40 PM

Problems and possibilities of Moodle (and other similar platforms) outlined by Nik Peachey:

 

* Why Moodle courses often suck?

Not so intuitive platform to work with, lack of teacher training and skills to create online learning material (I agree with these points), excess security issues.

 

* What to do to improve.

 

* Comment about ready-made courses.

There are various problems, for example these often contain little student-teacher or peer interaction. I agree that the ready-made digital material, in my experience, is not very personalisable (and therefore difficult to teach in an inspired way).

 

* How to develop your Moodle skills?

The post gives 9 links to practical video tutorials (how to create a quiz, add a youtube, etc.). There are also free Moodle platforms to practice.

 

Read more: http://nikpeachey.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/why-do-so-many-moodle-courses-suck.html

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[Slideshare] Meet Generation Z: Forget everything you learned about Millennials

Marketers have been focused on Gen Y (a.k.a. Millennials) for more than a decade. In fact, Millennials are the most researched generation in history!

But Gen Z (born 1995 to present) is different from the Millennial generation. In many ways, Gen Zers are the opposites or extreme versions of Millennials and marketers need to adjust to them.

We are just beginning to understand Gen Z and its impact on the future, but this report explores what we know and foresee.

 


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Open Data : datos, transparencia y conocimiento abierto. | Ignasi Alcalde

Open Data :  datos, transparencia y conocimiento abierto. | Ignasi Alcalde | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
Hace unos días asistí al Open Knowledge Fest en Berlin organizado por la Open Knowledge Foundation como invitado a participar en una de las sesiones llamada  “enseñando con datos abiertos” . Esta es una de mis pasiones, fomentar el  trabajo con los datos para crear y conocimiento y valor dentro de las comunidades educativas. Open Knowledge es una organización que fomenta el acceso a la información y al conocimiento de forma abierta y directa. El acceso a la información en mi opinión debe  ser clave en nuestra sociedad si queremos crear sociedades mas justas y equilibradas  y aquí es donde el open data juega un papel clave. Según se indica la Wikipedia el concepto datos abiertos (open data, en inglés) es una  práctica que persigue que determinados tipos de datos estén disponibles de forma libre para todo el mundo, sin restricciones de derechos de autor, de patentes o de otros mecanismos de control. Tiene una ética similar a otros movimientos y comunidades abiertos, como el software
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Inverse Blended Learning – Why we need and how we try it!

Inverse Blended Learning – Why we need and how we try it! | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
Sandra and I prepare a MOOC about Free Learning with the Web in German language at the imoox.at platform.

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The “Digital Native,” a Profitable Myth

The “Digital Native,” a Profitable Myth | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

Technology buzzwords, although annoying, often seem innocuous enough. They’re just catchy and trite enough to bleed into common usage, but just misleading and obfuscatory enough as to discourage deep analysis. Two of the most widespread buzzwords and phrases to escape the tech world and infiltrate our general lexicon are the couplet “digital native” and “digital immigrant.”



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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, July 13, 10:41 AM

An academic article from The British Journal of Educational Technology last year, which critically examined the discourse around “digital natives,” found that “rather than being empirically and theoretically informed, the debate can be likened to an academic form of a ‘moral panic.’” The authors found that the commonly made claims are largely under-researched or just plain wrong when compared to the data.

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Stakeholder Mapping for Collaboration

Stakeholder Mapping for Collaboration | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

Collaboration is an important factor for successful innovation and change. Indeed, collaboration is an imperative for most organizations today, including any organization undergoing change. Innovation requires collaboration between individuals, as well as systemic forms of collaboration that span silos, networks and surprising connections. And yet collaboration cannot be mandated. Collaboration just doesn’t work like that.

 

 


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Claude Emond's comment, July 14, 6:13 AM
Most stakeholder «management» tools and techniques are based on measuring (whatever it means) Power and Influence. This is mostly done without open discussion with the stakeholders and highly manipulative in its intent. It does not either consider meta game and alliance among unlikely collaborators. The model you found, Kenneth is thus a pace towards a better way, something that «engage» stakeholders instead of «managing/trying to manipulate» them. Thanks a lot :)
Claude Emond's curator insight, July 14, 6:20 AM

Most stakeholder «management» tools and techniques are based on measuring (whatever it means) Power and Influence. This is mostly done without open discussion with the stakeholders and highly manipulative in its intent. It does not either consider meta game and alliance among unlikely collaborators. This model is thus a pace towards a better way, something that «engage» stakeholders instead of «managing/trying to manipulate» them.

Frank J. Papotto, Ph.D.'s curator insight, July 15, 10:36 AM

Collaboration is an organizational necessity; effective organizations excel at and continuously strive to improve it

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How to create a Google Drive classroom

How to create a Google Drive classroom | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

Using the cloud in the classroom can be a powerful thing.

 

One of the most common uses of the cloud in today’s classroom is word processing, and one of the most common cloud-based word processing platforms is Google Drive.

 

We’ve talked about offering voice feedback to documents. In the above below, teacher Bjorn Behrendt explains how to set up a classroom in Google Drive. He offers dozens of tips to pre-empt the kind of challenges that you’re likely to see (e.g., students unknowingly duplicating the same file several times, not knowing which folder to turn work in to, etc.)

 

Since he clearly has experience in the classroom, this video is immediately better than the vast majority of universal Google Drive tutorials you’ll find.

 


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Intrinsic Motivation for the Classroom - Infographic

Intrinsic Motivation for the Classroom - Infographic | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
Bring on the i. I just finished reading several books about intrinsic motivation. None of the research is new, so why aren't we incorporating intrinsic motivation into the classroom more? Here are ...

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Edgar Mata's curator insight, May 28, 10:09 AM

The intrinsic motivation is the best tool for a successful classroom work.

Joaquín Ballester's curator insight, May 28, 12:14 PM

Motivación, motivation

Chris Carter's curator insight, May 28, 4:57 PM

False is better than none, extrinsic is better than false, and intrinsic is best of all.

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La producción continua de conocimiento | The Flipped Classroom

La producción continua de conocimiento | The Flipped Classroom | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
Las escuelas de hoy en día acogen a alumnos que se encuentran frecuentemente en "modo pasivo". Los estudiantes acuden a la escuela cada día, pero no participan

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15 tesis sobre el Futuro Digital para 2025

15 tesis sobre el Futuro Digital para 2025 | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

Los expertos predicen que el Internet se convertirá en "como la electricidad '- menos visible, pero más profundamente arraigado en la vida de las personas para bien y para mal.

 

El mundo se está moviendo rápidamente hacia la conectividad ubicua que va a cambiar más a fondo cómo y dónde las personas se asocian, reunir y compartir información, y consumir medios de comunicación. Un escrutinio de 2.558 expertos y constructores de tecnología acerca de dónde vamos a estar en el año 2025 encuentra patrones llamativos en sus predicciones. Los encuestados invitados fueron identificados en una investigación previa sobre el futuro de Internet, de las identificadas por el Pew Research Center’s Internet Project, y solicitaron a través de grandes listas de distribución orientadas a la tecnología. Ellos registraron sus respuestas en línea entre el 25 de noviembre 2013 y 13 de enero de 2014.

 

En sus respuestas, estos expertos prevén un entorno de información ambiental del lugar donde tenga acceso a Internet será sin esfuerzo y la mayoría de la gente va a aprovechar tan fácilmente fluirá a través de sus vidas ", como la electricidad." Predicen móvil, portátil, y la informática embebida Se ligarán juntos en la Internet de los objetos, permitiendo a la gente y su entorno para aprovechar el almacenamiento de inteligencia artificial mejorada basada en la nube de información e intercambio. Como Dan Lynch , fundador de la Interop y ex director de las instalaciones de la computación en el SRI International, escribió: "El impacto más útil es la capacidad de conectar a la gente. Desde que, todo fluye ".

 


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Jimena Acebes Sevilla's curator insight, August 9, 6:38 PM

...El futuro digital...

Laura Rosillo's curator insight, August 10, 11:38 PM

Ubernet

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El MIT investiga el camino hacia el aprendizaje online más eficiente

El MIT investiga el camino hacia el aprendizaje online más eficiente | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
El modelo educativo tradicional no ha conocido otras alternativas que desafiaran su posición bien consolidada hasta que otro actor importante se ha hecho espacio en la escena del sector educacional y ese ha sido el e-learning o aprendizaje online.

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Paqui Quebrajo's curator insight, August 3, 3:36 AM

Investigar es avanzar

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Investigar en épocas de escenarios ubícuos, de aprendices responsables, de...

Investigar en épocas de escenarios ubícuos, de aprendices responsables, de... | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

Si queremos investigar las cuestiones de adquisición de conocimientos, su intercambio y la comunicación, vamos a utilizar tecnologías innovadoras desde la perspectiva de las ciencias sociales y del comportamiento (humanos) cognoscitivos, educacionales, enriquecidos por un componente de tecnología de medios. Nuestra investigación se puede centrar en el aprendizaje individual y cooperativo y en los entornos de aprendizaje institucionales e informales.


Lovamos a dividir en: aprendizaje individual con Hipermedia, Cybermedia y multimedia, así como escenarios de aprendizaje colaborativos-cooperativos , la comunicación a través de Internet, y actividades transversales redárquicas-. Dentro de cada área de investigación, los laboratorios multidisciplinarios ocupan de aspectos específicos de temas de orden superior. Diferentes proyectos de investigación se asignan a los respectivos laboratorios, que irán acompañados en todo momento por la recogida de datos, metadatos y paradatos, especialmente por parte de los que lo van a llevar a cabo, los aprendices.

 

 


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Work and the Future: Who Will? Who Won't? | World Future Society

Work and the Future: Who Will? Who Won't? | World Future Society | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

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Laura Rosillo's curator insight, August 2, 12:32 AM

Robotización, la humanización de la industria

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10 Surprising Social Media Facts [INFOGRAPHIC]

10 Surprising Social Media Facts [INFOGRAPHIC] | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
Here's an infographic that lists ten essential facts you should keep in mind when using social media to market your business.

Social media is not only a great platform for social interactions: it’s ideal for digital marketing, and there’s a plethora of social media statistics floating around the Internet...


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Tony Guzman's curator insight, August 1, 6:46 AM

Infographic indicating some social media best practices

Two Pens's curator insight, August 1, 9:36 AM

Finally. An infographic with both good design and great, relevant facts.

Chris Barrow's curator insight, August 1, 10:18 AM
we all have a growing responsibility to succeed on social media son this infographic contains vitally helpful information
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NEUROEDUCACIÓN: ESTRATEGIAS BASADAS EN EL FUNCIONAMIENTO DEL CEREBRO

NEUROEDUCACIÓN: ESTRATEGIAS BASADAS EN EL FUNCIONAMIENTO DEL CEREBRO | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it
Neuroeducación: estrategias basadas en el funcionamiento del cerebro

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Fascinante.

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Félix Eroles's curator insight, July 31, 7:23 AM

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Cristian Pérez's curator insight, August 2, 3:14 PM

Cómo funciona nuestro cerebro, cómo podemos potenciarlo desde la educación; el aporte de ciertos juegos en el aumento de la plasticidad de nuestro cerebro que permite que éste aprenda más y mejor.

Les comparto un interesante artículo.

Javier Antonio Bellina's curator insight, August 6, 3:10 PM

Correr hacia el siglo XX, al que todavía no llegamos.

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The collaboration pyramid (or iceberg)

The collaboration pyramid (or iceberg) | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

The majority of the value-creation activities in an enterprise are hidden. They happen below the surface. What we see when we think of collaboration in the traditional sense (structured team-based collaboration) is the tip of the iceberg – teams who are coordinating their actions to achieve some goal. We don’t see - and thus don’t recognize - all the activities which have enabled the team to form and which help them throughout their journey. We see the people in the team, how they coordinate their actions and the results of their actions, but we rarely see the other things which have been critical for their success. For example, we don’t see how they have used their personal networks to access knowledge, information and skills which they don’t have in their team already but which are instrumental for their success.


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[Slideshare] Información y conocimiento en la era digital

Conferencia impartida por Manuel Area en el Seminario del grupo de investigación POSASU (Poder, Saber y Subjetividad) de la Universidad de La Laguna (Tenerife), Facultad de Educación, 15 de julio de 2014

 


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[eBook] How to become an eLearning Professional

[eBook] How to become an eLearning Professional | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

The free How to Become an eLearning Professional eBook is filled with the knowledge, wisdom, experience and inspiration of carefully selected eLearning professionals. 

 

This is not your average looking, cliché reproducing, metaphysical, theory-loving free eLearning eBook. Do not expect to read any speculations, rhetorical questions, and abstractions related to eLearning. This is merely a powerful weapon in the hands of those who are truly interested in becoming the field’s Top eLearning Professionals. Make no mistake however. It’s addressed only to those with a passion for eLearning, eagerness to evolve, desperate to reach their potential, hungry for uniqueness, and ambitious enough people that want to make a difference in someone else’s life.


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5 tips for engaging your students #eLearning

5 tips for engaging your students #eLearning | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

The associated descriptors are slightly, for my taste, light on details and helpfulness but it’s a good start. If you can keep these five ‘elements’ in mind when creating or maintaining your learning materials & resources then it’s a good place to start.

For example: “5. Only add interaction that are necessary, such as links, videos, or file downloads” … I can see why a link or download is an ‘interaction’ but for an online learning experience I’d say these are essential. The interaction comes from inclusion of activities where the students has to read and reflect on something, perhaps individually or as part of a group. Interactions between the students is what makes a valued and lasting experience, not an interaction with a hyperlink to a website, video, or PDF download.

- See more at: http://www.dontwasteyourtime.co.uk/elearning/5-tips-for-engaging-your-students/#sthash.K7vPxGQw.dpuf
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CUED: Reflexiones sobre el rol docente en los nuevos ambientes mediados por TIC en enseñanza superior

CUED: Reflexiones sobre el rol docente en los nuevos ambientes mediados por TIC en enseñanza superior | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

Publicado por: Paola Dellepiane. El uso adecuado de las TIC en educación y en formación docente implican una transformación de las prácticas formativas y de las concepciones y modalidades de trabajo. Así, la capacitación docente no solo debería impactar en el trabajo en el aula...


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CUED: Reflexiones sobre el rol docente en los nuevos ambientes mediados por TIC en enseñanza superior

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The rapidly changing workplace

The rapidly changing workplace | Inteligencia Colectiva | Scoop.it

In the network era, the fundamental nature of work will change as we first transition into a complex post-job economy. The major driver of this change is the automation of all procedural work, especially through software, but increasingly with robots. Our dominant work structures will change, giving up hierarchy for adaptability. Individuals will have to shoulder more responsibility as authority gets distributed. Organizations will need to become more networked, not just with information technology, but how people create, use, and share knowledge. This new workplace also will require different leadership that emerges from the network and temporarily assumes control, until new leadership is required. Giving up control will be a major challenge for executives used to the old ways of work. An important part of leadership will be to hold the space so that people can freely cooperate and teams can self-manage. Social learning will be a major part of all work.


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