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Transform your reporting using the elements of storytelling

Transform your reporting using the elements of storytelling | Man Meets Machine | Scoop.it
Stories need more than just plots and settings. They should have characters, conflict, and themes, too.
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Great tips to making your topic/message more engaging.
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10 ways to use infographics

10 ways to use infographics | Man Meets Machine | Scoop.it
Big data is one of the largest idea trends of 2013, and the biggest question surrounding it has been figuring out the best way to interpret it all.

Whether you are a corporation ...

Via Ilkka Olander
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Looking at ways to harness infographics for training or conveying IT concepts to non IT customers. Interesting article with some interesting infographics.

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Note-taking Showdown: Evernote vs OneNote

Note-taking Showdown: Evernote vs OneNote | Man Meets Machine | Scoop.it
Comparison of Evernote vs OneNote, going over the pros and cons of each in the following categories: Cost, Interface, Features, and Platforms.

Via John Evans, Aki Puustinen, Ilkka Olander
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The Mobile Mind Shift | Forrester Research

Your customers and employees are making the mobile mind shift. Do you know how far they have shifted and at what velocity?
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Connected Learning in the Workplace: the next generation of learning practices

Connected Learning in the Workplace: the next generation of learning practices | Man Meets Machine | Scoop.it

“Today’s enterprises are seeing and experiencing the value of both social software and cloud-based content collaboration systems. By connecting people and giving them the means to discuss, unlock and increase knowledge sharing across the workforce, these services are driving productivity and increasing efficiency in organizations across the globe.”

As a result, employees are learning very differently in this new connected workplace; they are learning continuously, autonomouslyand socially - as they carry out their daily work. And in consequence, this now means that we need a new generation of “organised” learning practices, ones that are closer to the ways that people are now working and learning in their jobs.


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