My presentation and slides originally planned for the DevLearn 2010 General Session. I connect the use and the history of the hash-tag on Twitter to Design Thinking principles as expressions of liberty, freedom and joy (Democracy) that are paramount to successful “social learning.”
For the second in what might be a series of documenting #fail, I’d like to answer the question “whatever happened to the Star Wars Management Guide?” Context Almost a year ago, I pondered the idea of having a broad community of geeks, engineers, MBAs and anyone else to collectively write a business book based on […]
Understanding is constructed around people, places and shared experiences. Extending the Internet to accomodate this model has broad implications around learning, work, play and identity.
We become glued to our designs because as people age and grow more powerful, we become stuck on our design as progress itself. We lose our grasp on the progress for which we started reaching.
Many people in my org, including myself, are part of all sorts of knowledge communities. Now that we’re going to try and do it all official like, I figured if I could use this information, maybe others could as well.