Space & flows of practice:exploring the relationshipbetween Web 2.0technologies and apractice perspective onHRD 	  
HRD	  as	  a	  domain	  of	  prac0ce	  Discourse	  analysis	  Repertoires	  of	  performance	  Pace	  &	  tempos	  of	  ch...
Constantly emergent domainof practiceHuman ResourceDevelopmentExpansive
… as professional practiceHuman ResourceDevelopment… narrative of practice
Image from D. Alves at http://www.flickr.com/photos/dominicspics/5480841196/
Discourse AnalysisHeracleous (2006)Communica0ve	  ac0on	  DiscursivestructureGenera0ng	  common	  meaning	  
Discursive communities)Decentre theindividual personDiscursivestructure… and differentiatesthrough ‘othering’
web sphere:… not simply a collection of web sites,but as a set of dynamically defineddigital resources spanning multiplewe...
OnlinePresentationBlog PostTrainingJournal
During the chat, I shared [a] tweet …[now], I’m not sure [it is correct], because [itindicates] we’re altering the course ...
OnlinePresentationBlog PostTrainingJournalLearning	  &	  Performance	  Ins0tute	  Capability	  Map	  
1 TrainingPete … less focus on ‘training’ and morefocus on ‘performance support’. #...2 JoanMar2 … Yes, … We need to [show...
1 TrainingPete … There [is] a growing [awareness]that traditional L&D approaches donot move at the speed of business.#...2...
By Mitya Ilyinov (originally posted to Flickr as crossroads) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via...
By Jeremy Keith from http://www.flickr.com/photos/adactio/7157425475/Not so much a crossroads, more of aspaghetti junction...
HRD as seeking to make sense of itself through acontested accumulation of diverse practices (Walton,1999)… capture both th...
Space and flows of practice: exploring discourses of practice in human resource development
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A presentation on how learning and development practitioners talk their practices "in to being" in open chat events on Twitter

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Space and flows of practice: exploring discourses of practice in human resource development

  1. 1. Space & flows of practice:exploring the relationshipbetween Web 2.0technologies and apractice perspective onHRD  
  2. 2. HRD  as  a  domain  of  prac0ce  Discourse  analysis  Repertoires  of  performance  Pace  &  tempos  of  change  Metaphors  for  the  future  
  3. 3. Constantly emergent domainof practiceHuman ResourceDevelopmentExpansive
  4. 4. … as professional practiceHuman ResourceDevelopment… narrative of practice
  5. 5. Image from D. Alves at http://www.flickr.com/photos/dominicspics/5480841196/
  6. 6. Discourse AnalysisHeracleous (2006)Communica0ve  ac0on  DiscursivestructureGenera0ng  common  meaning  
  7. 7. Discursive communities)Decentre theindividual personDiscursivestructure… and differentiatesthrough ‘othering’
  8. 8. web sphere:… not simply a collection of web sites,but as a set of dynamically defineddigital resources spanning multiplewebsites deemed relevant or relatedto a central event, concept or theme.Schneider and Foot (2005: 158)
  9. 9. OnlinePresentationBlog PostTrainingJournal
  10. 10. During the chat, I shared [a] tweet …[now], I’m not sure [it is correct], because [itindicates] we’re altering the course … [but]in many ways we just keep going in thesame direction, often oblivious to potentialchanges in the road.When reflecting on what I learned [duringthe event], I ...[review] the questions thatwere asked...… a number of people have picked up onsome of my tweets, and. .. the context inwhich they were made … here are thequestions and my … tweets.
  11. 11. OnlinePresentationBlog PostTrainingJournalLearning  &  Performance  Ins0tute  Capability  Map  
  12. 12. 1 TrainingPete … less focus on ‘training’ and morefocus on ‘performance support’. #...2 JoanMar2 … Yes, … We need to [show]measureable ROI and performanceimprovement #...3 TrainingPete First thing is a new mindset [and byasking what is] the least intrusiveway to address [a] performanceissue? #...4 ILPT #... set performance … objectives …measure against those [do not] justtrack learning activity #wasteoftime
  13. 13. 1 TrainingPete … There [is] a growing [awareness]that traditional L&D approaches donot move at the speed of business.#...2 KgeeVeeranki … it’s not that we don’t move at thespeed of biz, it’s that we tend toavoid/ignore business issues (at ourperil) #...3 johnlearn Yes indeed! RT @TrainingPete: …There [is] a growing [awareness] thattraditional L&D approaches do notmove at the speed of business. #...
  14. 14. By Mitya Ilyinov (originally posted to Flickr as crossroads) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via WikimediaCommons
  15. 15. By Jeremy Keith from http://www.flickr.com/photos/adactio/7157425475/Not so much a crossroads, more of aspaghetti junction. …. So muchopportunity to change.… taking wrong turns is part of findingyour way though. Mistakes are all partof the learning process.
  16. 16. HRD as seeking to make sense of itself through acontested accumulation of diverse practices (Walton,1999)… capture both the socio-political forces as well as the‘elasticity’ and fluidity of organizing as differentprocesses and practices connect to provide newpossibilities. (Antonacopolou, 2005: 5)Conclusions)HRD discourses negotiating between generative andrestrictive concepts of practice by bricolage

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