The Value and Limits of science

Jenny Connected

On the recent Field and Field four-day cours e (June 8 th – 11 th 2019), Iain McGilchrist discussed key ideas from his book The Master and His Emissary. And Ceci and Peters’ research raised doubts about the reliability of the peer- review process. A bit of background.

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Links of the Quarter: June 2019

How to Save the World

No Happy Ending: Roy Scranton, author of Learning to Die in the Anthropocene has just written a lovely and scathing review of two new ‘dire but still hopeful’ books on collapse, in the LA Review of Books this week.

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Listening to and Learning from the ‘Other’

Jenny Connected

Do we try to listen and learn from the ‘Other’? Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 43(2), 146–155. For a few months now I have been struggling to understand the idea of the ‘Other’, i.e. the capitalised Other. Why is it that so many people write about it and make such a big thing of it?

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What You Can Learn from Your Employee Networks

Partnering Resources

This strategy+business article reveals how companies can review their ERGs to ensure that they are achieving their goals and reaching their target employees. The post What You Can Learn from Your Employee Networks appeared first on Partnering Resources.

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The Value of Community Ecosystems

Online Community Strategy

Dell allowed me to learn and experiment at a global scale, and incorporate community analytics into marketing mix models and enterprise-wide reporting. A version of this post appeared on LinkedIn in February of 2019. I’ve worked with some form of community my entire career.

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From the feed

Chris Corrigan

A book review from Duncan Green, whose work on power, evaluation, and complexity in international development, I much admire. Understanding the Learner and the Learning Process. Complexity Design Evaluation Leadership Learning PowerFive links that caught my eye over the holiday.

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