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Combining Tradition and Innovation

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Teachers who think knowledge, memory and practice have been neglected in schools, tend to be seen as adamant traditionalists – to quote one blogger recently, “the shock-troops of neo-traditionalism...
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Have you met the 21st century employee? — Medium

Have you met the 21st century employee? — Medium | Learning | Scoop.it
While resistance to change continues to be alive and well in many organizations, the world is changing every day. We are in a time when…

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MMU helps find 10 secrets of ‘Hyper Growth’ leadership | News | Centre for Enterprise

MMU helps find 10 secrets of ‘Hyper Growth’ leadership | News | Centre for Enterprise | Learning | Scoop.it
The Centre for Enterprise leads on the creation and transfer of knowledge to develop enterprise and entrepreneurship capability. We bring together business owners, policy-makers and academics who are interested in improving the environment for entrepreneurship and the competitiveness of individuals and small firms.

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New Intel Report Finds 'Making' Can Engage Girls in Computer Science and Engineering, Potentially Reducing Tech Gender Gap

New Intel Report Finds 'Making' Can Engage Girls in Computer Science and Engineering, Potentially Reducing Tech Gender Gap | Learning | Scoop.it
  
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 13, 2014 – A new global report produced by Intel Corporation indicates that girls and women involved with "making," designing and creating things with electronic tools, may build stronger interest and skills in computer science and engineering – which could potentially reduce the growing gender gap in these fields.
 
With 16 million makers in the United States alone, the maker movement – a wave of tech-inspired, do-it-yourself innovation – is extensive and rapidly expanding. Unfortunately, so is the gender gap in computer science and engineering graduates. Intel's report, "MakeHers: Engaging Girls and Women in Technology through Making, Creating and Inventing," explores how maker activities can serve as a gateway to computer science and engineering for girls and women, and it identifies ways to better engage girls and women in making in order to increase female representation in these fields.

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Danielle M. Villegas's curator insight, May 11, 2015 5:31 AM

Interesting article. I think girls are very much hands-on, which is why many like crafts and such. (I know that sounds sexist--it's not meant to be. It's merely observation.) Many of the tech comm women I know are also heavily involved with knitting, sewing, and other crafts, so it would certainly support this idea. 

 

What do you think? I know I'd like to get my hands on some 3D printers and figure out more about them myself! 

--techcommgeekmom

hamidreza's curator insight, May 11, 2015 9:37 AM
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It's Time To Welcome The Chief Analytics Officer To The C-suite

It's Time To Welcome The Chief Analytics Officer To The C-suite | Learning | Scoop.it
A CAO must possess analytical, leadership, and creative skills. Is your organization ready to embark on the Big Data journey?

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People Join Because Of Great Vision, People Leave Because Of Poor Leadership

People Join Because Of Great Vision, People Leave Because Of Poor Leadership | Learning | Scoop.it
There are plenty of brilliant ideas out there, but there are very few leaders who can build a successful business. Over 50% of small businesses fail in the first 5 years. Here is why.

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7 Secrets Of Building A Customer-Centric Company Culture

7 Secrets Of Building A Customer-Centric Company Culture | Learning | Scoop.it
Here's my list of seven steps for creating a customer-centric culture at your company. These figure in my work as a company culture consultant; I've found them to be central to creating a corporate customer service culture that's devoted from top to bottom to the customer experience. I'm recapping the [...]

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We need the engagement platform for translating big data learning

We need the engagement platform for translating big data learning | Learning | Scoop.it
Big Data is knocking very loudly on our door, how are you going to let it in and manage it? How can we liberate that creative energy we have within our organizations, how can we achieve higher engagement?
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