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How to use Snapchat in 2017

How to use Snapchat in 2017 | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
From the beginning, Snapchat has never been a particularly intuitive app to use. And now, five years in, with the addition of more and more new features and several redesigns, using th

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The future of your organization is in its Culture of Learning

The future of your organization is in its Culture of Learning | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
Managers, leaders, and employees are all a part of that culture. But as a member of a team, you know what’s happening better than anyone. So, what can you do with all the information you have? What can you do to help your company continue into the foreseeable future? One part of the answer, if not the main part, is the culture of learning in the organization.

Learning is everywhere. I learn everyday in my job and I think most other people do as well. We all have to learn somehow or our jobs become boring, or even worse, we don’t do them very well anymore.

So, as a member of a team with a strong learning culture, what can you do to help yourself and others learn more effectively? How can you help your company create a strong and better culture of learning? More importantly, how do you harness that learning power and help it propel you into the future? Again, those precogs. It’s just between you and me. There have to be answers somewhere!

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Oskar Almazan's curator insight, May 12, 1:16 PM
The former CEO of GE, Jack Welch, stated that continuous learning and applied knowledge are some of the best ways to create and sustain a competitive advantage. Employees create value by learning and transferring new knowledge Employees feel empowered to take on new tasks and challenges The company reacts to change faster and is more agile Employees become quick learners and are more flexible in their jobs and skills Employees can take new ideas and create solutions for them.
 
Volkmar Langer's curator insight, May 13, 5:11 AM
This article puts the focus on an essentially important point: the culture of learning and working #ilike
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The Rise of Educational Technology as a Sociocultural and Ideological Phenomenon

The push for educational technology exists within a broader political, economic, ideological, and technological context. The all-too-common ignorance of this context and the subtleties of learning itself may prove problematic for edtech — and higher education's future.

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Thanks to Dr. Susan Bainbridge.

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Easing conflicts between instructional designers and the faculty | Inside Higher Ed

Easing conflicts between instructional designers and the faculty | Inside Higher Ed | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it

"They spend extended amounts of time together developing online courses. Sometimes, their relationship is filled with tension. Here are ways colleges and universities address and alleviate issues and promote collaboration  ..."

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VUCA 2.0: A Strategy For Steady Leadership In An Unsteady World

VUCA 2.0: A Strategy For Steady Leadership In An Unsteady World | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
Management is tough enough in normal times. But what are leaders to do when their companies are buffeted by global uncertainty? Bill George introduces a management method fit for an era of volatility.
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I want to... | Nesta

I want to... | Nesta | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
Find practical tools and resources to help you and your team spark new ideas and support innovation whatever you’re working on. - See more at: http://www.nesta.org.uk/resources#sthash.3gOmbnPi.dpuf
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Evidence Planning

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Development Impact and You — Practical tools to trigger & support social innovation
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Robot volleyball machine helps Japan team practise attacks

Robot volleyball machine helps Japan team practise attacks | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
Robotic arms whizz along the net so volleyball players can rehearse “spikes” against defensive blockers, and the system can be set-up to mimic opposing teams

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5 Simple Ways to Manage Employee Morale During Company Change

5 Simple Ways to Manage Employee Morale During Company Change | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
Budget cuts and hiring freezes are likely to affect employee morale and overall workplace productivity. So are social and personal tensions. How are you responding?

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100+ sources that every innovation professional should know - Board of Innovation

100+ sources that every innovation professional should know - Board of Innovation | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
The challenge of ever-accelerating change is to keep yourself up to date. On this page you will find 100+ sources every innovation pro should know.
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Coursera’s Rick Levin on the Evolution of #MOOCs and #Microcredentials 

Coursera’s Rick Levin on the Evolution of #MOOCs and #Microcredentials  | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
Coursera sits somewhat awkwardly on the border between traditional higher education and the Silicon Valley-forces working to disrupt it. The venture-backed startup based in Mountain View (near all those online giants like Google and Facebook) has partnered with more than 150 colleges and universitie

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How to Tell If You Have a Fixed or a Growth Mindset [Infographic]

How to Tell If You Have a Fixed or a Growth Mindset [Infographic] | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
Adopting a shift from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset is our choice, and it’s the greatest gift we can give to ourselves and certainly to our young children. Here’s a little infographic to help you on your journey.

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How A Man With No Coding Experience Built An App That’s Bringing Solar Power To Yemen

How A Man With No Coding Experience Built An App That’s Bringing Solar Power To Yemen | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it

"Al-Haddad, a trained engineer who had personal experience with solar power, kept getting questions from friends and family members about how to install and use a solar power system. “I tried to find a mobile application that they can refer to,” he says. “Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any app to do that. Moreover, I didn’t find any Arabic application for solar power systems.” 


He didn’t know how to build an app (“I do not like coding, no matter how hard I try to learn it,” he says), but discovered Thunkable, a drag-and-drop platform that anyone can use to make an app without experience. The resulting app helps people calculate the size of the solar panel system they need. If someone places their phone on the panel, the app can use the phone’s gyroscope to calculate the tilt of the panel and help the user adjust it to get the maximum sunlight. An Arabic version of the app also includes articles and advice about how to install, maintain, and use the panels."


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Regulating the internet giants: The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data

Regulating the internet giants: The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it

The data economy demands a new approach to antitrust rules.


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's curator insight, May 6, 1:59 PM

A new commodity spawns a lucrative, fast-growing industry, prompting antitrust regulators to step in to restrain those who control its flow. A century ago, the resource in question was oil. Now similar concerns are being raised by the giants that deal in data, the oil of the digital era.

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How to Craft Meetings People Love (Really)

How to Craft Meetings People Love (Really) | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
These gatherings can feel like a prison sentence, unproductively ticking away time. But when infused with some essentials, they can be fruitful — and even enjoyable.
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Sir Ken Robinson: “There are processes that are more likely to encourage innovation than not.”

Sir Ken Robinson: “There are processes that are more likely to encourage innovation than not.” | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
Sir Ken Robinson gave the most viewed TED talk of all time,

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, April 26, 2:39 PM
Robinson's point about organizations, on average, lasting about 30 years is important. We have used the same model of schooling for much longer i.e. warehousing and preparing children for the work place. Why have we not changed?
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Ten Tips for Creating a Culture of Innovation

Ten Tips for Creating a Culture of Innovation | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
Keara Duggan, Director of Education Elements' Design & Implementation team, provides 10 essential tips for creating a culture of innovation.

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World Creativity and Innovation Week April 15-21

World Creativity and Innovation Week April 15-21 | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
Open minds, hearts, eyes to new ideas, new decisions, new actions: one week worldwide
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Good News: Systems Change in the Public Sector is Possible! - OPSI

The draft report “Working with Change: Systems Approaches to Public Sector Challenges” is now available online. In addition to the framework that was introduced previously on Hackpad, the team working on systems thinking at the Observatory has added four in-depth case studies from Canada, Finland, Iceland and the Netherlands to the analysis. The empirical cases show that systems change in the public sector is possible; moreover, that it can work in diverse settings: child protection in the Netherlands, responding to domestic violence in Iceland, engaging with the sharing economy in Canada, and in experimental policy design in Finland. The final version of the report is expected in June 2017.
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Ideo Studied Innovation In 100+ Companies–Here’s What It Found

Ideo Studied Innovation In 100+ Companies–Here’s What It Found | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
Innovation is hard to pin down, but with these six insights Ideo says it’s cracking the code.
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Five Work Habits That Can Ruin Your Posture And How To Fix Them

Five Work Habits That Can Ruin Your Posture And How To Fix Them | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it

One in four American adults went to a healthcare provider for neck and back pain, according to a 2016 Gallup study. In addition, the report found 65% of adults sought care for neck and back pain at some point in their lives. When you factor in how many adults are hunched over computer desks, sitting for extended periods of time at work and bending their neck to read mobile devices, these statistics aren’t so surprising.

Just about everyone has been told to “stand up straight” at some point in their lives—and it turns out that mom was right. Posture is a key element to good health. It is right up there with eating healthy, getting enough sleep and exercising. Bad posture can lead to back, neck and jaw pain, breathing difficulty, balance issues and joint problems. A recent study also found that good posture can improve your mental wellbeing.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, April 6, 6:43 PM

Many American workers suffer from neck and back pain, and sitting at desk all day is not helping. Here are five work habits that can lead to bad posture along with advice on how to fix them.

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Design Principles: KISS the Feature Creep

Design Principles: KISS the Feature Creep | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
This will be the first post of series of articles I will be writing on design principles. The idea is to share my perspective on timeless design principles that can be applicable across many mediums and contexts. It is aimed mainly at new designers and designers like me who tend to forget this stuff, and need a refresher. I have... Read More →
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How to be a more mindful leader

How to be a more mindful leader | Tidbits, titbits or tipbits? | Scoop.it
As the world around us increases in speed and complexity, the ability to maximize our impact often comes down to our ability to influence and lead others.
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