Burma

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International Bloggers Day for Burma

Connectable Dots

The eyes of the blogosphere are on Burma… will this mean anything? Tags: eyes of the world conscience myanmar burma politics free burma I recommend this site: [link]. Their use of a simple webpage opinion pole about what the international response should be is brilliant, naive or a bit of both. Some of the eyewitness accounts there have been stunning.

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Changing attitudes to leadership

Jenny Connected

World events, such as what is happening in Burma at the moment would suggest otherwise. So charismatic leadership seems to be just what Burma needs at this current time, but is charismatic leadership what we need for education (my own context is education in the UK)?

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Green Chameleon » Is Knowledge Management Political?

Green Chameleon

Today and yesterday the reports from Burma have been that internet and mobile phone networks are down there. The inner lives of organisations are not by any stretch as brutal as the current crackdown in Burma. There is a blogger’s Burma support day planned for 4 October.

Changing attitudes to leadership

Jenny Connected

World events, such as what is happening in Burma at the moment would suggest otherwise. So charismatic leadership seems to be just what Burma needs at this current time, but is charismatic leadership what we need for education (my own context is education in the UK)?

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A glimpse of Myanmar

Viv Mcwaters

I was in Yangon, Myanmar (or Rangoon, Burma) to help facilitate a workshop for an NGO. My departure from Australia coincided with a renewed campaign by the Burma Campaign for Australians to cut tourist and trade links with Burma in line with Government sanctions because of human rights abuses.

5 minutes

Viv Mcwaters

Myanmar (Burma) was a revelation. Luckily I have many of memorable moments captured in pictures. In 5 minutes, here’s the pics that I’d save to help me remember 2010. My friend Vera says January 2nd is the worst possible day to have a birthday.

How the World Sees the US | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What we do to respond to the terrible losses in Burma or China matter as much as our response to losses in Oklahoma.

How the World Sees the US | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What we do to respond to the terrible losses in Burma or China matter as much as our response to losses in Oklahoma.

How the World Sees the US | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What we do to respond to the terrible losses in Burma or China matter as much as our response to losses in Oklahoma.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Burma Regimes Brutality Coming to Light: Despite the crackdown on the media and Internet in Burma (Myanmar), word is getting out on the atrocities committed by the police and military against the pro-democracy protesters recently. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. In search of a better way to live and make a living, and a better understanding of how the world really works.

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Television coverage of the summer Olympics probably wontcut away from those sleek athletes to the charred bodies of massacredvillagers and the anguished faces of young gang-rape victims in Darfur,or the bloodied heads of young monks and uncounted corpses andprisoners in Burma and Tibet. Dave Pollards environmental philosophy, creative works, business papers and essays. In search of a better way to live and make a living, and a better understanding of how the world really works.

freezing out on the scarpa flow

Engineers without Fears

Engineers without Fears Monday, January 14, 2008 freezing out on the scarpa flow Michael Idinopulos writes about in-the-flow and out-of-the flow activities and wiki beahaviour and Andrew McAfee takes his point a bit further. Andrew asks: How outlandish would it be for a company to put participation in emergent social software platforms in the flow for at least some employees?

More collaboration

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Engineers without Fears Saturday, September 15, 2007 More collaboration James Dellow takes up the conversation about collaboration. James D makes the point that collaboration happens within organisations & that people will use any tools that come to hand. Absolutely agree with this. James goes on to say: This cycle by the way is taking place at an enterprise level, but also at the level of individual workgroups, teams and projects.

Collaboration vs sharing

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Engineers without Fears Sunday, October 14, 2007 Collaboration vs sharing James Robertson talks about collaboration tools as anti-knowledge sharing. If I understand JR correctly, his point is that collaboration tools are great for specific teams. However each team works in its own context and this leads to the creation of silos which prevents cross-organisational leveraging of this material. He also notes that this cannot be solved simply by the implementation of a search tool. I agree with him.

Engineers without Fears: collaboration tools: stags

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Engineers without Fears Tuesday, April 15, 2008 collaboration tools: stags Ive been thinking about different collaboration tools for various groups recently and I was pondering on some of the different factors you need to consider and I came up with this (click to enlarge) : Lets take each of these in turn: Size - One thing to consider are the numbers of people who will be collaborating. Three rough groups sizes come to mind: Teams (15 approx) - small number of people.

Collaboration tools

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

Engineers without Fears Tuesday, September 11, 2007 Collaboration tools James Robertson has been thinking about collaboration tools. Which is interesting because I have as well. As ever, James is practical & clear in his thinking and suggests a 5 phase model (0-4) for organisations thinking about collaboration.