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Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator: 5 Ways To Open Up Learning & Engage Students

Lisa Nielsen: The Innovative Educator: 5 Ways To Open Up Learning & Engage Students | Communication management | Scoop.it

"When my eldest son was 13, I used to drag him out of bed each morning to go to school. Eventually I learned the reason for his excessive tiredness. He was taking part in internet chat shows on his (then) interest in libertarian politics. Not listening  to, but taking part. I wanted to say ‘but school is more important’ but all I could think was ‘how cool is that?’. Four years later he taught himself Tuvan Throat Singing (you have to hear it to believe it) from some very early open education resources. Neither Tuvan Singing, nor Ayn Rand were on the curriculum at school. Mainly, he was just copying down whatever the teacher wrote on the board."


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eDidaktisk Overvejelsesmodel

eDidaktisk Overvejelsesmodel | Communication management | Scoop.it

Formålet med den e-didaktiske overvejelsesmodel er at give undervisere på forskellige uddannelser og i forskellige fag et overblik over hvilke didaktiske overvejelser, man bør gøre sig i forbindelse med planlægningen, gennemførelsen og evalueringen af forløb med e-læring.


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Why, and what is, Knowledge Management (in 3 minutes)?

Why, and what is, Knowledge Management (in 3 minutes)? | Communication management | Scoop.it

I was recently challenged to pitch 'Why, and what is, KM' in 3 minutes...this is my response http://youtu.be/5iTPg5SrD2M RSVP: Join me for a live chat on the 'Why' and 'what is' Knowledge Managemen...


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The Content Economy: Why traditional intranets fail today's knowledge workers

The Content Economy: Why traditional intranets fail today's knowledge workers | Communication management | Scoop.it

"Tacit knowledge doesn't allow itself to be captured"

 

"In a knowledge-intensive business environment, it is often very hard or even impossible to anticipate in advance what information is needed. You simply cannot know what information will be relevant before the moment you need it. The information might not exist until the moment you need it, or you are simply unaware of its existence. That’s why more is better (“more is more”) when it comes to information supply in a knowledge-intensive business environment. If there is more to choose from, chances are there will be something for (almost) any need. That’s also why it has become critical for knowledge workers to access to the information abundance on the Internet. We also need to have immediate access to anyone who might possess the knowledge and information we need but which is not captured – often because it is hard to capture or simply does not allow itself to be captured (tacit knowledge) and exchanged."


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The Power of Pull and Personal Knowledge Management-PKM | Harold Jarche

The Power of Pull and Personal Knowledge Management-PKM | Harold Jarche | Communication management | Scoop.it

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The Power of Pull by John Hagel. John Seely Brown & Lang Davison looks at how digital networks and the need for long-term relationships that support the flow of tacit knowledge are radically changing the nature of the enterprise as we know it. It is also an excellent reference book for understanding many facets of personal knowledge management. I have had this book on my reading list for quite some time and luckily Jay Cross gave me a copy which I read on the flight back from the west coast this week.

PKM helps people stay focused on the edges of their knowledge and look for innovation and opportunity. I have written, in embrace chaos, that I think the edge will be where almost all high value work gets done in organizations. Core activities will be increasingly automated or outsourced. Value is moving to the edge. The core is being managed by fewer internal staff and any work where complexity is not the norm will be of diminishing value. PKM enables tacit knowledge flows from the edge to the core and back."


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harkirran ghudhail's curator insight, March 24, 2014 12:25 PM

Building up a professional network is of vital importance, and can secure a future job

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Apple Launches Apps for Teachers Category

Apple Launches Apps for Teachers Category | Communication management | Scoop.it

"In recognition of the widespread use of iPad sin schools and general education, Apple recently released a new "Apps for Teachers" http://bit.ly/16HvwHx category in the App Store. You'll find them listed among a wide and extensive list of categories under the "Education Collection" banner."


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csleynse's curator insight, November 4, 2013 11:17 AM

Utility and project based learning apps for teachers and specialists. Worth checking out!

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carldowse's curator insight, January 19, 2014 8:43 AM

Productivity and teaching apps - old and new -  listed and even easier to find now

Monika Macias's curator insight, February 22, 2014 12:10 AM

Apple finally gives us our own category! 

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Joseph Pine: What consumers want | Video on TED.com


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Rosaria Gordon's curator insight, March 28, 2013 9:51 PM

Joseph Pine explains that customers want to feel what they buy is authentic and that achieving this is extremely hard in our consumer society today. He discusses the significance of not only providing a product, but also an experience for the consumer to associate with a brand. I believe it is important for organisations to develop systems where customers can co create value with them, and from here, true authenticity is established. Do you agree that the service is just as important as the product? 

Rochelle Rhodes's comment, April 2, 2013 10:01 PM
I definitely think that service is just as important. It creates an experience for the individual and builds a brand's reputation. I know I personally will often go out of my way to buy a product important to me if I much prefer the service I receive from one store, rather than another. This is also why IMC is so important because it creates a face and experience to a brand which consumers can relate to and appreciate.
Erica George's comment, April 2, 2013 10:43 PM
I think that service is upcoming in importance, and will gain more focus then products. I know that a lot more thought is going into the experience of purchasing both a product and service. I personally remember more about an experience then I do about a product I have purchased.
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Project Management from a Knowledge Management Perspective

Project Management from a Knowledge Management Perspective | Communication management | Scoop.it

Now for something different!

 

This is the second from a series of three blogs that are being posting on the intimate relationship between Project Management, Knowledge Management (KM), and Risk Management. 

 

There are different types of knowledge, explicit versus tacit,  and management of both types of knowledege are important for undertaking project management[whether it be on a small or large scale]. Read on if you wish to know more.,


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The Innovating Power of Tacit Knowledge

The Innovating Power of Tacit Knowledge | Communication management | Scoop.it

Imagine if we could understood tacit knowledge better—what it was, how we can set about to capture it and organise it effectively, once acquired how it can be built upon even further. How can we learn to recognize it more actively as as essential part of our lives, when to trust it, how to teach it to others, how to share what it has offered to us, as individuals, to others.


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Don’t have a plan to capture tacit knowledge? Your KM strategy is incomplete.

Don’t have a plan to capture tacit knowledge? Your KM strategy is incomplete. | Communication management | Scoop.it

"Knowledge Management professionals acknowledge that the two main types of knowledge are tacit and explicit. The differences between the two are vast, yet only one is the most important: tacit. Despite the fact that many Knowledge Management (KM) researchers believe that around 80% of organizational knowledge consists of tacit knowledge, there are far more KM tools available for capturing explicit knowledge. Why is this?"


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Ana Dias's curator insight, February 18, 2013 10:00 AM

Setup a motivation strategy in order to pull colleagues to share their knowledge.

carmendsw's curator insight, February 19, 2013 4:26 AM

Around 80% of organizational knowledge consists of tacit knowledge. we need to create opportunities and incentives for joint learning, sharing of insights, reflection and mentoring.

Martijn Cruyff's curator insight, February 20, 2013 9:14 AM

I'm interested in making organisations more effective by letting members of that organisation collaborate more effectively. the added value of an organisation comes from its people, more than from processes or technology. Collaboration, like sharing tacit knowledge, is a social process. I think this article is interesting for me because it provides a little bit of background on the nature of knowledge.