May, 2017

Sydney, Australia – Facebook Course June 2017

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Dear Students, my next Facebook course is on June 21st & June 22nd (two day course) so please bring your laptop and charger on both days. Lunch and teas and online courses/workbooks are included with the course being run in Sydney CBD in a training room.

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Hand Cycling around Bali

Jenny Connected

Map of Bali. At the beginning of this month I joined a group of hand cyclists who were raising money for REGAIN by cycling 320 km around Bali. Photo by Liz Pardey, Volunteer at Bali Sports Foundation.

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Trending Sources

Blog>> Practitioner Guidelines for Knowledge Audits

Green Chameleon

These guidelines were compiled by the participants in the Kuala Lumpur Knowledge Management Roundtable, May 3 2017, hosted by Securities Commission Malaysia. BEFORE THE KNOWLEDGE AUDIT. a)Framing: Examine the organisation’s structure, and the distinct functions of each department. Get hold of the department business process workflows.

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Painting of a North Carolina Sea Gull Number 2

Portals and KM

Here is a 16" x 20" acrylic painting of a sea gull on the North Carolina coast. It is the second of three paintings of shore birds from a recent trip there. 

Discovering common ground in European social innovation projects: Mapping the BoostInno network collaboration

Making CommunitySense

A while ago, I mentioned that I was going to share some exciting new community mapping projects I have been working on. After my post on mapping some Rotterdam Centres of Expertise , I now continue my series with the work I have been doing on mapping the collaboration in the URBACT BoostINNO project.

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The VALUE of invitation

Chris Corrigan

This month I am in the middle of delivering another very cool online offering with Beehive Productions on the art of invitation.

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New Leadership Tools: Finding Direction through Network Maps: Mini Case #1

Partnering Resources

Companies create organization charts that show hierarchies and reporting relationships. But work rarely gets done as it appears on an org chart. Instead, people operate through networks: informal webs of relationships that people instinctively form in the workplace.

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Painting of North Carolina Sea Gull Number 1

Portals and KM

Here is a 16" x 20" acrylic painting of a sea gull on the North Carolina coast. It is the first of three paintings of shore birds from a recent trip there. 

Emerging Metanarratives and Transformation

Networking Action

Transformation involves the creation of dominant new orientations, structures, and ways of global understanding. A core part of this is developing new visions and narratives about the way the world does/should work. Sustainable development” is part of this, but much … Net Dev

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The influence of technology on professional identity

Joitske Hulsebosch

In january I facilitated a MOOC about knowmads A knowmad is what I term a nomadic knowledge and innovation worker – that is, a creative, imaginative, and innovative person who can work with almost anybody, anytime, and anywhere.

Teaching English with Technology – does it work? Part 2

e-Moderation Station

This post continues to address the question posed in Part 1 : Do digital technologies actually help students learn English? I pose two more statements and consider some related research for each.

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Canada’s shadow

Chris Corrigan

An incident in Red Deer this week has made visible some of the deep seated xenophobia that exists just under the surface in Canada. While we are known as a country of tolerance and peace, and we largely are, there is a longstanding thread that runs through our history and right into our present that claims a kind of Eurocentric supremacy, and it has its impact against immigrants, indigenous people and people of colour who were born here.

2017 10

Facebook Help: Social Media Online Consult for Small Business Saturday

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Do you want me to look at your Facebook Page and give you some feedback? To do the research and then give you practical specific personal tips to improving your following and engagement and clickthroughs?

Painting of Sea Shell New Orleans

Portals and KM

Here is a 12" x 12" acrylic painting of a sea shell in New Orleans. It was painted from life as a demonstration in a class I am teaching at the Community Commitment Education Center (Leonidas and Spruce).

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The SDGs and Transformation

Networking Action

“Transformation” describes change of great depth and breadth; one framing distinguishes transformation from incremental change and reform. The SDGs describe a global future for 2030. What is the relationship between the SDGs and transformation? What are the implications for SDG … Net Dev

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Working as knowmads: How to stimulate knowmadic working in organisations?

Joitske Hulsebosch

Imagine, you work in an organization and you are convinced of the importance of knowmads. You know this is the future, and knowmads are needed as crucial to drive innovation in a learning organization. You also know what skills are necessary as a knowmad. You already working as a knowmad yourself.

How-to Guides>> Cross-Post: Practitioner Guidelines on Conducting Knowledge Audits

Green Chameleon

These guidelines were compiled by the participants in the Kuala Lumpur Knowledge Management Roundtable, May 3 2017, hosted by Securities Commission Malaysia. BEFORE THE KNOWLEDGE AUDIT. a)Framing: Examine the organisation’s structure, and the distinct functions of each department. Get hold of the department business process workflows.

Teaching English with Technology – does it work? Part 2

e-Moderation Station

This post continues to address the question posed in Part 1 : Do digital technologies actually help students learn English? I pose two more statements and consider some related research for each.

Ten Things I Wish I’d Learned Earlier

How to Save the World

New Yorker cartoon by the late Charles Barsotti. I ‘m such a slow learner. I am capable of learning, but it seems I need to be hit over the head before I recognize a truth, and to work twice as hard as others to acquire a capacity to do something.

Painting from Mardi Gras 2017 New Orleans

Portals and KM

Here is another 16" x 20" acrylic painting from Mardi Gras 2017 in New Orleans.    The best way to easily see most of my paintings for s ale is to go to my Facebook page -  [link]  - and look at Photos and albums within Photos.

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What triggers us to adopt new facilitation and engagement processes?

Full Circle Associates

(Note: currently the images on this post have gone missing. I’m working on it!) I have developed an enormous backlog of things to write about my learnings from my Liberating Structures practice. Sometimes I need a little kick in the keister, so this tweet got me rolling from @TrustedSharing “Any ideas on events that get … Continue reading What triggers us to adopt new facilitation and engagement processes? events facilitation learning Liberating Structures reflection

Painting of Cape Cod Marsh

Portals and KM

Here is a 16" x 20" acrylic painting of a marsh by Chatham on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The best way to easily see most of my paintings for s ale is to go to my Facebook page -  [link]  - and look at Photos and albums within Photos. I have three photo albums covering my art.

Jazz Italian Style by Anna Harrell Celenza: A Brief Review

Portals and KM

Jazz Italian Style by Anna Harwell Celenza explores an interesting, and mostly obscure topic, jazz in Italy in the 1930s under Mussolini and how it might have influenced American jazz. The book happened almost by accident. Celenza is a music historian who found herself spending a few years in Rome.

Teaching English with Technology – does it work? Part 1

e-Moderation Station

Photo by Nico Cavallotto. Creative Commons license CC BY-NC-ND 2.0. If you’ve had any contact with youngsters over the last few years, you’ll have noticed that they seem to spend a significant amount of their time glued to a range of digital devices.

only this

How to Save the World

only this. i walked along the ocean shore. and suddenly i was no more. my self had simply ceased to be. and for a while there was no ‘me’. and at that moment all was clear —. a Cheshire grin from ear to ear, a sense of calm, remembering. that there’s no time, no one, no thing.

20 Lines of Work to Encourage Your Kids to Avoid

How to Save the World

(Haven’t done a rant for a while; let’s see how many people I can inadvertently offend this time around. Be forewarned that this post contains immoderate, highly-judgemental language, inadequately-defined terms, Oxford commas, and unsubstantiated opinions. I’m not proud.).

10 Things That Are Less Complicated Than They Might Seem

How to Save the World

Some people are likely to enjoy the first part of this and loathe (or be bewildered by) the second part; others are likely to find the first part boring and the second part a fun thought experiment. I considered posting them as two separate articles, but later thought better of it.

this moment

How to Save the World

there is no word to describe this moment —. it is not silent or quiet , because while there are no words being spoken or thought, there is yet sound. it is not still , because there is movement, though without plan, direction or purpose.

Quick Reflections on a 13-Year-Old Blog

Full Circle Associates

Last Friday my calendar reminded me that this, my second attempt at blogging, has been in the works for 13 years. I went solo in 1997. Time does fly. I asked on Twitter yesterday what I should blog about in response and here were the suggestions: Eugene Eric Kim: Write a sentence noting the occasion followed … Continue reading Quick Reflections on a 13-Year-Old Blog. reflection Uncategorized blogaversary