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a visual introduction    to my perspectives on       work & learning                               Harold Jarche          ...
Increasedcomplexity   needs simplified   design             jarche.com
If humans had to be taught       how to learn,      we would never       have survived Learning is natural                ...
Learningis not a separate activity  removed from work                      jarche.com
Our networked reality     is changing how we view work                   jarche.com
a job is not the same as meaningful worklabour is replaceable,    talent is not   jarche.com
work function silos are artifactsof a time when information was scarce       and connections were few  HR         IT      ...
It’s time for a serious redesign   of how we structure work                          jarche.com
the Internet      makes  “time at work”an antiquated notion                   jarche.com
networks    subvertstandardization                  jarche.com
the largest barrier  to meaningful workis the organization itself                         jarche.com
A dysfunctionalorganizational culture  does not improvewith the transparency   of the Internet it just gets exposed       ...
trust emerges fromopen, transparent & diverse         networks                       jarche.com
openness   enablestransparency    which   fosters innovation   jarche.com
innovationis not so much about     having ideas     as it is about making connections                       jarche.com
social open business is a shift in how we work:from hierarchies to networks                       jarche.com
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  1. 1. a visual introduction to my perspectives on work & learning Harold Jarche jarche.comwhere I first went to school
  2. 2. Increasedcomplexity needs simplified design jarche.com
  3. 3. If humans had to be taught how to learn, we would never have survived Learning is natural jarche.com
  4. 4. Learningis not a separate activity removed from work jarche.com
  5. 5. Our networked reality is changing how we view work jarche.com
  6. 6. a job is not the same as meaningful worklabour is replaceable, talent is not jarche.com
  7. 7. work function silos are artifactsof a time when information was scarce and connections were few HR IT KM networks bust silos jarche.com
  8. 8. It’s time for a serious redesign of how we structure work jarche.com
  9. 9. the Internet makes “time at work”an antiquated notion jarche.com
  10. 10. networks subvertstandardization jarche.com
  11. 11. the largest barrier to meaningful workis the organization itself jarche.com
  12. 12. A dysfunctionalorganizational culture does not improvewith the transparency of the Internet it just gets exposed jarche.com
  13. 13. trust emerges fromopen, transparent & diverse networks jarche.com
  14. 14. openness enablestransparency which fosters innovation jarche.com
  15. 15. innovationis not so much about having ideas as it is about making connections jarche.com
  16. 16. social open business is a shift in how we work:from hierarchies to networks jarche.com
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