Posts By: Harold Jarche

structures and data

Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds. “The journey to knowledge is as important as the moment of realization, learning design has collapsed the journey into the moment, lessening the experience by depriving us of the collateral learning along the way.”… Read more »

networked social capital

When FiveThirtyEight published the details of 3 million trolls and bots that were linked to the Russian-based company Internet Research Agency, they were merely providing data. Two researchers initially compiled the data. But by making the data public, FiveThirtyEight was able to engage a diverse group of widely varying expertise in order to make sense… Read more »

socially mediated

Social media extend emotion, obsolesce the linearity and logic of print, retrieve orality, and when pushed to their extreme result in constant outrage. A socially networked society could reverse into a popularity contest, where our value is only measured in our mediated reputation, such as numbers of Twitter followers or LinkedIn connections. Our tribal leaders… Read more »

humans working socially

A lot of traditional human work is getting automated, by machines or software. routine cognitive work is declining manufacturing production in the USA is increasing but jobs are not even the banking sector may see a 30% job reduction for example, Nordea Bank just cut its workforce in half in the oil & gas sector… Read more »

how professionals learn for work

Jane Hart has been asking her readers what are the most useful/valuable ways that they learn for or at work. In the sixth annual Learning in the Workplace Survey, which surveyed over 5,000 respondents from a wide variety of industries and types & sizes of organizations, the following methods were ranked in order. Daily work… Read more »

‘we’re living in a very liquid world’

When I think back On all the crap I learned in high school It’s a wonder I can think at all And though my lack of education Hasn’t hurt me none I can read the writing on the wall —Paul Simon, Kodachrome (1973) Nothing that you learned in school has prepared you for today. Nothing…. Read more »

virtuous learning

Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds. @ProfFeynman: “FEYNMAN learning strategy in THREE points: 1. Continually ask “Why?” 2. When you learn something, learn it to where you can explain it to a child. 3. Instead of arbitrarily memorizing things, look… Read more »

expectations

I have worked as an external ‘consultant’ for the past 20 years. Prior to that, I was an internal consultant, with my last five years of military service as a training advisor in the aviation field. Consultant is a very general term and can mean many things in different fields. My company is called Jarche… Read more »

summer sci-fi

“Science fiction isn’t useful because it’s predictive. It’s useful because it reframes our perspective on the world. Like international travel or meditation, it creates space for us to question our assumptions.” —Eliot Peper “I define science fiction as the art of the possible. Fantasy is the art of the impossible. Science fiction, again, is the… Read more »

dark sides of social media

Ian McCarthy’s paper and slide presentation on the honeycomb of social media was part of my inspiration for creating the seven facets of enterprise sensemaking. This video explains my problem-solving process in detail. The image below is the most current version, as it has been modified since 2013.