Understanding where you are, not where you think you are: some tips and a process

Chris Corrigan

Adopt all of the the schemes. Art of Harvesting Art of Hosting Collaboration Cynefin Design Emergence Evaluation Facilitation Learning Organization Stories A couple of good blog posts in my feed this morning that provoked some thinking.

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Thanksgiving 2013 Special - 20% Off All Books (THANKYOU is the coupon code)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Late next week the Americans celebrate Thanksgiving Day, an annual remembrance of the blessing of the harvest and of all that has transpired during the preceding year. It includes chapters on vision, governance, business engagement, and user adoption, among others.

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Red-Tails in Love: Birdwatchers as a community of practice | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

the annual potluck dinner!) I have embedded them into some slides now up … Digital Habitats Community Orientation [.] # Library clips :: Spidergram to visualise community orientation, adoption, and requests :: April :: 2009 on 08 Apr 2009 at 10:21 pm [.]

From workplace courses to global conversations

Nancy White

I’m helping coordinate our annual gathering, so I’ve proposed an agenda via email prior to the call. The idea is mature, and some early adopters are working on it, we like to think of them as the groundswell of the wave that will change everything.

The Number One Fear of Enterprise Social? Mutiny! - Forbes

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Last week I was at TUCON – the annual user conference for TIBCO Software, which was held here in Las Vegas. It’s a fundamental shift in how companies communicate and collaborate electronically, and it’s adoption is rapidly growing, around 42% every year.

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Green Chameleon » Dead KM Walking

Green Chameleon

Snowden agrees: “Once governments adopt something, you know it has died&#. I can state that in Israel, where I live and work, our annual KM summit on 2008, was one of largest and most successful KM conferences within the past decade (600 attendees). They will be adopted as part of the Knowledge sharing and developing tools. If we want to less reinvent the wheel, we have to manage debriefing sessions, or experiences’ harvesting, or communities of practice, etc.

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From courses to community: Josien Kapma and Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

I’m helping coordinate our annual gathering, so I’ve proposed an agenda via email prior to the call. The idea is mature, and some early adopters are working on it, we like to think of them as the groundswell of the wave that will change everything.

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REPOST: Do We Really Want to Know? (with first 50 reader comments appended)

How to Save the World

the need for more slaves on the farms to feed the new post-harvest automation. to automate harvesting, import foreign workers (or offshore the whole process to countries unconcerned with "moral evils"), or use the land for something more profitable and less labour-intensive. Plowing kills critters, harvesters kill critters, runoff kills (the rivers and seas), the transportation kills (animals on the road) and so on. it is simply a lifestyle that some people decide to adopt.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

And likewise an end tofactory farming would require the nationalization and breakup ofindustrial agriculture, an end to the $150B annual agriculturesubsidies to some mighty powerful oligopoly lobbies, and a total,mostly involuntary, change to the way we eat, that would make food muchmore expensive and its preparation much more time-consuming. Plowing kills critters, harvesters kill critters,runoff kills (the rivers and seas), the transportation kills (animalson the road) and so on.

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