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Perpetual beta

Perpetual beta



Some of the things I've learned

Some of the things I've learned



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    • Life in perpetual Beta Some of the things I’ve learned over the past decade ...
    • Centre for Learning Technologies This was our focus when I worked at the CLT 1998-2001 jarche.com
    • What I found at the Intersection: Technology Work Learning Networks It’s all about networksjarche.com
    • •Conversation Matters •“Markets are conversations” ~ cluetrain.com •Learning is Social •The Internet enables more conversations jarche.com
    • Networked Learning: Connectivism • Integration of Principles: • Chaos, Network & Complexity theories. • Learning & Knowledge rests in diversity of opinions. • Learning is a process of connecting specialized nodes or information sources. http://www.connectivism.ca/jarche.com
    • Hacking Skills are also Learning Skills Hacker: One who enjoys the intellectual challenge of creatively overcoming or circumventing limitations. ~ mithral.com jarche.com
    • “Work is learning, learning work” - that is allYe know on earth, and all ye need to know with apologies to John Keatsjarche.com
    • Network Effect: when a good or service has more value the more that other people have it too jarche.com
    • jarche.com Beware the purveyors of the latest shiny object
    • Hunter- gatherer Mass Societies democracy * Gwynne Dyer: Why the Arabs Can Handle Democracy, 6 March 2011 - DailyNewsTranscript.com egalitarian tyranny Networked Societies “Tyranny was the solution to what was essentially a communications problem.”* jarche.com
    • Innovation is not so much about having ideas as it is about connecting & nurturing ideasjarche.com
    • improv acting skills are good work & life skills be a passionate follower; be a better listener; make instinctive decisions & deal with the consequences; trust others; make others look good. BrandAutopsy.comjarche.com
    • Be a Natural Enterprise Find the sweet spot: Identify your gift, passion & purpose Find the right partners Research unmet needs Imagine and innovate solutions Continuously improvise Act responsibly on principle jarche.com