Book presentation 'En nu online'

Joitske Hulsebosch

Last week we had the book presentation of En nu online (unfortunately for some written in Dutch). This reminds me of the cartoon of the boy who says he has read only the first 140 characters of a book.Anybody remembers the cartoon? -

2011 176

Your Presence after the Presents

TNT - The Network Thinker

After seeing this cartoon by Ed Hall , I started to think about personal networks. What will your presence be, after the presents are opened? Or will your family look like the cartoon above? What will your personal network activity be like this holiday season?

Steps Toward the Present: More Mindful Wandering

How to Save the World

BLOG Steps Toward the Present. Living in the Now, it seems to me, must accelerate one's self-knowledge to the point one becomes more intelligent (in useful ways), more emotionally intelligent, more aware and 'sensitive', more intuitive, more present. I'm more present.

Websites that make me laugh

Michelle Laurie

Have you ever had a technology failure during a major presentation or even a minor one? I was surfing the web and found a hilarious site that shares cartoons on social media and a bit about its evolution.

Let go

Viv Mcwaters

I really like today’s cartoon from Hugh MacLeod. Wonder if Hugh could be persuaded to do cartoons for some other improv principles for business? Be present — Accept offers — Commit – Make your partner look good.

2011 158

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Thursday, November 26, 2009 Why Leaders Cant Help Us BLOG Why Leaders DontGet It The famous Pogo cartoon from Earth Day 1971 (c) Walt Kelly T hebest thing about the job I just retired from has been the opportunityto speak with some of Canadas business leaders, specifically aboutsustainability.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

So Ithought I might rehearse what I might say there, here, and get somecomments from you, dear readers, before I make my presentation. Think of this as a kind of outsourcingof everything (parodied in the cartoon above). 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.

2009 44

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

Cartoon by Michael Leunig (thanks to Mia for the link) A week ago I wrote an article linking business risk, business sustainability and business resilience,arguing that the best way to get companies to pay attention to theirsocial and environmental actions is to frame the challenge as abusiness risk and business sustainability issue, rather than somethingbusiness should do just out of a sense of responsibility.

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How can blogs support communities of practice?

Joitske Hulsebosch

(Cartoon via tangwailing blog ) I observed that Stan Garfield blogs about questions he receives or overhears about knowledge management. For more about blogging communities you can watch Nancy White presenting on this topic (she is talking through webcam!)

How to Save the World

How to Save the World

July 23, 2007 Too Much Outrage, and Not Nearly Enough My favourite cartoon from the ever-provocative Ted Rall I ve been trying to figure out why some people love MichaelMoores new movie Sicko, and others hate it. The wildly divergentreactions, it seems, have less to do with political view and more to dowith the perceived solutions (or lack of them) to the outrageoussituation that Moore presents -- the utterly dysfunctional andegregiously expensive and inequitable US healthcare system.

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How to Save the World

How to Save the World

July 23, 2007 Too Much Outrage, and Not Nearly Enough My favourite cartoon from the ever-provocative Ted Rall I ve been trying to figure out why some people love MichaelMoores new movie Sicko, and others hate it. The wildly divergentreactions, it seems, have less to do with political view and more to dowith the perceived solutions (or lack of them) to the outrageoussituation that Moore presents -- the utterly dysfunctional andegregiously expensive and inequitable US healthcare system.

2007 35

Networking civil society

Social Reporter

I’m co-presenting a webinar this evening hosted by GlobalNet21 on the topic of Strengthening Civil Society Through Social Media. Strengthening Civil Society Through Social Media.

2012 186

Inspiration

Viv Mcwaters

Les Posen tackles one of my favourite topics: more evidence that those in the sciences are tiring of boring presentations. Hugh MacLeod continues to capture the essence in his cartoons. Here’s some gems that have inspired me recently. A great slideshow about storytelling by Joyce Hosten called Influence through Storytelling. Particularly good if storytelling doesn’t come naturally. Seth Godin writes about the fear of bad ideas.

You can stimulate curiosity for self directed learning

Joitske Hulsebosch

Within the SPOC, on the Curatr platform, sources like short video clips or cartoons were shared as conversation starters on topics such as classroom atmosphere, structure, variety in lessons and attention to individual students.

2018 169

SOCRMx Week 2 Surveys

Jenny Connected

As one of the presenters said there is now 30-40 years of research into questionnaire design to draw on, and plenty of information out there about using surveys for research. The snowman statements come from the following sources: Concept Cartoons.

2017 130

How our workshop game confirmed all digital adoption is personal

Social Reporter

So Drew used his iPad mini to create some wonderful cartoons of Alice, Jenny, Faisal, Eunice, Sam and other characters who we introduced to groups in our workshop.

2014 229

Communities of practice: we leren allang alleen niet bewust

Joitske Hulsebosch

(cartoon by Mark de Koning- who was the cartoonist present during the workshop on organisational learning and made cartoons based upon what he overheard!)

2006 130

Do I give lessons at home?

Mathemagenic

Probably they will watch cartoons in English and will definitely talk and sing in English, since it’s the fan thing recently, learning the “secret language” that their parents speak to each other.

2013 231

Share2011 - Closing Keynote - Effective SharePoint Workshops: From Requirements to Roadmap, Wireframes and Workflow (Ruven Gotz, Navantis)

Michael Sampson - Currents

In the closing keynote of Share2011, Ruven Gotz from Navantis in Canada is presenting on requirements, roadmaps, wireframes, and workflow. It makes it look like a cartoon. -.

Data is beautiful (but not many learning professionals believe this)

Joitske Hulsebosch

Much higher scored presenting, facilitating skills etc. In the cartoon above, for example, you see that the fortune teller used Facebook as a source of information to predict the the future. I read the book '' Big learning data ''.

2014 164

Tech Stewards as ethnographers

Digital Habitats

Last May’s CHIFOO presentation was a great talk about reading by Kathy Marshall. They peek forward, check an advertisement, read the cartoon, go back to verify what they last read, etc.,

2009 182

Network Tensions

Patti Anklam

” Tensions, I wrote, “are present all the time; both leaders and members of a network should be aware of how these tensions impact the health of a network.

2012 79

A tech steward looking at reading

Learning Alliances

Last May’s CHIFOO presentation was a great talk about reading by Kathy Marshall. They peek forward, check an advertisement, read the cartoon, go back to verify what they last read, etc.,

2009 164

Why organizations should not blog

Joitske Hulsebosch

I found this Dilbert cartoon via this blogpost by knowledgecafe. Talking about blogging, there is a good blogpost with a powerpoint presentation about 25 styles of blogging by the 360 digital influence blog.

2007 130

The Untold Costs of Social Networking

Elsua

To the point where we are not even aware of it at all, but please do allow me to show what I mean with this wonderfully thought-provoking cartoon I bet none of us has stopped for a minute or two to think about the potential benefit of asking that very same question over and over again.

2016 202

Notes on CCS102 The Emergence of Business Networks and Communities - connect.BASF

Michael Sampson - Currents

Dr CheeChin Liew is presenting on business networks and communities at BASF. key visuals, tangible benefits, stories (via cartoon videos to describe a scenario), and regions before headquarters). -. (5) 5) fostering adoption - increase awareness (roadshow to present and demonstrate BASF sites), promote exchange (face-to-face meeting), transfer business needs to actions (consulting to find solutions), and gather and transferring best practices. (It

2012 109

Online tools to say goodbye to a colleague

Joitske Hulsebosch

For each tool, I had prepared 3 exercises, the first one was to contribute to a virtual farewell present for the colleague who left the organisation, the second one to set up your own blog, wiki, or photogroup. The last one was to experiment with some additions like images, feeds, or cartoons.

2007 130

Revisiting the Hero’s Journey

Viv Mcwaters

My friend, Simon Kneebone, did some cartoons. In amongst my latest delivery from Amazon is Nancy Duarte’s new book, Resonate: Present visual stories that transform audiences. It’s about 10 years ago that I decided I wanted to be a scriptwriter.

2010 141

Links of the Quarter: September 2018

How to Save the World

Cartoon by Hugh Macleod from Gaping Void. Cartoon by Hugh Macleod from Gaping Void. P hysicist Sean Carroll, a leading-edge thinker and researcher on quantum mechanics and astrophysics.

2018 59

i had my social media echo chamber designed by mc escher

Engineers without Fears

Andrew, Chris & Jeremy were all good - but I've seen their presentations before (may be I should go to less conferences). Wayne's topic was interesting but I was a bit mystified as to why he was in that stream and he had a fair whack of sales material in his presentation.

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How do I know what to do?

Viv Mcwaters

Despite all of my best efforts, clients still often insist on bringing in an expert or some other notable person to do a presentation – to provide valuable, in their eyes, background information. Sometimes it is valuable, often the presentations suck, occasionally it’s a revelation. No matter – these presentations are also a resource. I’ll often change the process to follow a presentation once I see and hear what’s being offered. Indeed!

2010 116

Links of the Quarter: March 2017

How to Save the World

Winning caption, submitted by Audrey Orr, to a recent New Yorker cartoon caption contest; cartoon by Joe Dator. Another New Yorker cartoon contest cartoon, this one by PC Vey , with three excellent ‘finalist’ captions: (1) “Is that a new outfit?”;

2017 57

Links of the Quarter: September 2016

How to Save the World

cartoon above by the Naked Pastor , David Hayward. ~~~~~. cartoon by Michael de Adder in the Halifax Chronicle Herald — thanks to Karen Runge for the link. New Yorker cartoon by David Borchart. New Yorker cartoon by Kim Warp. o ur civilization, it seems to me.

2016 67

Links of the Quarter: December 2016

How to Save the World

‘We’ do not live in the present at all. cartoon by Emily Flake in the New Yorker. cartoon by Mick Stevens in the New Yorker. cartoon by Tom Chitty in the New Yorker. cartoon by Will McPhail from the New Yorker.

2016 63

Links of the Month: November 8, 2013

How to Save the World

I think there are four ways to do that: Live an exemplary, joyful, present life : Be a model of living in the present, joyously, every day, living a life that’s aware, generous, responsible, sustainable and full of learning, wonder and love.

2013 93

Links of the Month: January 29, 2015

How to Save the World

cartoon by Mick Stevens from The New Yorker. Nancy also has some great advice for dealing with the usually- abysmal Q&A sessions after presentations. cartoon by Michael Leunig. not sure who authored this cartoon; anyone know?

2015 95

Himmelman Model - Networking Collaboration Cooperation Coordination

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

I think of a recent New Yorker cartoon in which a kindergartner approaches the teacher, points to his pal, and says, “Billy wont collaborate." " It’s funny in the cartoon, but what does the kindergartner mean? If the coalition achieves great success and is acknowledged with an award to be presented by the mayor or the state government, who gets to step up and accept the prize?

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True Story

How to Save the World

Cartoon from poorlydrawnlines. That’s why great presentations use stories (sometimes a single anecdote is enough), and why the most brilliant syntheses, no matter how often restated and no matter how cleverly articulated, are not memorable.

2018 51

Links of the Quarter: December 2018

How to Save the World

Cartoon by the awesome Michael Leunig. Screening the Use of Screens: There is increasing evidence that what is presented to us on all kinds of screens is addictive and leads to antisocial tendencies. Na Pali coast, Kaua’i — photo by me, taken two weeks ago.

2018 75

ThoughtFest 09

SocialTech

I missed out on Jen Hughes's digital cartoon workshop, taking part instead in the podcasting workshop led by Andreas Auwärter. You can see their presentation slides here.

Falling Off the Edge

How to Save the World

The metaphor of trying to sell a meteor to a dinosaur, shown in the cartoon at the top of this post, is precisely apt. drawing by hugh macleod at gapingvoid.

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Links of the Quarter: March 2019

How to Save the World

cartoon by the brilliant Michael Leunig. The past, present, and future walked into a bar.

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Reality Isn’t What We Think It Is

How to Save the World

cartoon by the late, incomparable Charles Barsotti. We’ do not live in the present at all. This is a repetition of the opening paragraphs of December’s Links of the Quarter.

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