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Revolutionize Corporate Learning: Beyond Formal, Informal, Mobile, ...

A report for business decision makers interested in abolishing traditional corporate training functions, creating instead vibrant modern collaborative cultures.

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Tom Hood's curator insight, May 28, 2013 11:55 AM

Leadership today means modeling collaboration, curation, and connecting your followers to strategic partners, customers, suppliers and sources of knowledge that can help keep your L>C. This is what we mean by "network" leadership. This learning manifesto helps put that into action. The CPA Horizons 2025 research and the most recent IBM Global CEO Study both identify "collaboration" as THE #1 skill needed for the future. How can we help our Profession get and utilize this skill better?

Esther Turón Perez 's comment, June 6, 2013 7:34 AM
Thanks Tom, yours comments are very good.The #colaboration is imprescindible to achieve good results and of course to transform the world.
Coletta P. Kahn's comment, July 26, 2013 5:15 AM
Wow amazhing
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Shift to the Future: Mobile Revolution

Shift to the Future: Mobile Revolution | mobile computing |

"I am amazed how mobile computing has taken the world by storm.  It really is like a revolution.  Traditional ways of computer are being disrupted, some might suggest out of existence.  We increasingly read headlines (here, another) about the death or end of the desktop computer.  Actually it’s more, the death of the MP3 player, digital camera, calculator, voice recorder, handheld GPS, camcorder, to list a few other casualties.  I think this is great – fewer specific use devices to buy and haul around with you is a good thing.  Costs to own a diverse set of devices disappears into the single purpose device.  However, can the mobile device really meet all of our needs in the most effective way?  Is there still a place for “traditional” devices such as the desktop?

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Social, Local, Mobile: The SoLoMo Revolution

Social, Local, Mobile: The SoLoMo Revolution | mobile computing |
The rise of smartphones has paved the way for the SoLoMo revolution.


Today, people are increasingly using social media as a natural part of their everyday lives, especially when on the move. People are connecting to their social networks through their mobile phones, and last week Socialbakers announced that the majority of Facebook users (57%) access Facebook through mobile; a fact that convincingly underlines the mobile revolution. Besides social media platforms as Facebook, geo-localising applications are popular amongst smartphone users who check into locations or tag the location onto a photo. This geo-targeting trend adds the local dimension to the social and mobile movement.


Social, Local, Mobile form a convergence of sweeping trends in marketing, which is an inevitable part of our present world and the foreseeable future.


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