This morning I am presenting to the Council of Chief Privacy Officers in Montreal. My subject is social media in the enterprise and particularly why they are good for business. The presentation includes examples and links to social media policies bookmarks. Social Media (Chief Privacy Officers) View more presentations from Harold Jarche.
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The social learning revolution has only just begun. Corporations that understand the value of knowledge sharing, teamwork, informal learning and joint problem solving are investing heavily in collaboration technology and are reaping the early rewards. ~ Jay Cross Social learning Note: This is a re-post and update of a previous article, originally published as a White Paper… Read more »
Why do people do bad things? Is it because they have to? Here is Gary Stager discussing a re-enactment of the famous Milgram Experiment: One of the subjects in the television program was a 7th grade teacher who explained that she didn’t stop shocking the learner because as a teacher she had learned when a student’s complaints were… Read more »
My ongoing conversation with Michael Cook continues (Organizational Development Talks: OrgDevTalk), with these thoughts: Harold: With the delays that seem to be following each of your recent responses to me you may be thinking I have fallen through the web someplace and cannot find my way back. Actually, nothing could be further from the truth, although I… Read more »
When I discussed Emergent Value, some very good comments ensued, from Jon Husband, Gordon Ross, Peg Boyles, Ollie Gardener and Monika Hardy. This image was my first attempt to show how real value creation happens at the edge of organizations and requires different management and communications practices. Social networks, collaboration and cooperation must be the… Read more »
Join the five of us for an online conversation Ask a question; win a book. Then register to join us online on 30 March 2011 We will discuss whatever interests you in the realm of Working Smarter. Do you have burning questions about social learning, web 2.0, or working smarter? Want to find out how other… Read more »
Gary Wise, in Close to the Edge: The Radicalization of Training, suggests that workers need an environment with: seamless, frictionless and ubiquitous access to/from the right learning assets – at their moment(s) of learning need – in work context-friendly amounts – in compelling, readily-consumable formats – to/from the right devices. This is definitely part of… Read more »