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Why We Hide Some of Our Best Work

Why We Hide Some of Our Best Work | KM | Scoop.it
Too much transparency can backfire.
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Is radical transparency the enemy of innovation? If all our work is open to scrutiny will fewer risks be taken when addressing issues? It seems to me there's a balance to be struck between working out loud and space for safe to fail experimentation.

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Create space for sense-making

Create space for sense-making | KM | Scoop.it
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For me one of the quotes that struck me from this article was "It seems that as soon as you identify with a system, whether it is good for you or not, then it becomes the only frame of reference".


This is definitely worth remembering on work anniversaries. Perhaps LinkedIn anniversary notifications should come with a reminded to step back, objectively look at the system(s) within which you work. Be honest about what does and doesn't work, and what can you do to change things?

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Best of Breed

Best of Breed | KM | Scoop.it
Here are the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2014 in 7 categories. If you'd like to find out even more about these tools, then take a look at the 2014 Guidebook 1 EDUCATIONAL 2 COURSE development 3 PRES...
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Jane Hart's best of breed tools for learning. A great reference resource for technology options that can be used for all sorts of purposes.

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Reflecting on reflection

Reflecting on reflection | KM | Scoop.it
Harold Jarche discusses the ever increasing need for reflection in knowledge intensive roles and the lack of opportunity for most people to actually do this.
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It's a common problem, often accentuated by a meetings culture in organisations. I've experienced it and have attempted to use the 22 minute meeting technique as a way of focusing the meeting itself. I'm trying to avoid back to back meetings and schedule periods of time for reflection where possible as part of my PKM routine.
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