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  • World mosaic made out of 1001 web2.0 logosWeb2.0 tools – web2.0 can be a bit of a controversial term, however I’ve found it a good heuristic to explain the new possibilities we have available to us to connect with people, information and learning. We’ve gone from a 1.0 world, where the information published was by a small group, for mass consumption. Information was static, to this 2.0 environment where anyone can communicate, connect, create content, collaborate & contribute to the conversation…Unfortunately this also leads to our challenge…
  • It’s overwhelming. With so much information, tools & people out there, how do we start?
  • Your pln becomes your filter to safely take a drink from thmake sense of that fire hydrant
  • It’s personal
  • Oh my god, with all this work and all this tools, where do I start? Other hesitations can be: I don’t want to be out there. I want to contain my digital footprint (for now)
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  • Culture mash

    1. 1. Culture Clash Mash Learning & working in a multi- generational workplace Joyce Seitzinger Faculty of Health Professional Day Deakin University cc license http://www.flickr.com/photos/sweetbeetandgreenbean/3055709098/
    2. 2. Get everything at: http://tiny.cc/culturemash Participate at: http://todaysmeet.com/CultureMash
    3. 3. Cc license http://www.flickr.com/photos/ellenm1/4279933435 Joyce Seitzinger Lecturer in Blended Learning HADU Dutch/Kiwi living in Oz 1971 Born 1983 1st computer class 1988 1st computer at home 1993 1st personal computer and email 1997 1st job using a computer (Amnesty Intl)
    4. 4. Cc license http://www.flickr.com/photos/ellenm1/4279933435 Joyce Seitzinger 1999 1st e-learning job (Pretty much the same until) 2004 Masters in EdTech USQ, which used ‘social web’ 2006 Master Thesis: Blogs, wikis & podcasts for learning 2007 joined Twitter And now…
    5. 5. Table Activity • Large sheet of paper • Markers/Pens • Draw grid – 3 columns: A, B, C – 9 rows 1-9 • For each of the following 8 questions, each participant puts a large dot/star/heart in column corresponding to their own answer
    6. 6. Q1: In the last 24 hrs, have you read a physical newspaper? A: Yes, I read the newspaper (almost) every day. B: Yes, but it’s not a routine. C: No. I haven’t read a physical newspaper.
    7. 7. Q2: Do you play video games? (incl Facebook games, app games, etc) A: No, I never play video games. B: I sometimes play video games. C: I play a video game at least once a week.
    8. 8. Q3: Do you have an active profile on a social networking site? A: No, I am not active on a social networking site. B: I have one or two active profiles. C: I have an active profile on 3 or more social networking sites.
    9. 9. Q4: You are organizing a party. To invite people, you… A: Call people or send invitations to their home. B: Send an email (possibly with a nice poster/flyer attached). C: Set up a Facebook event.
    10. 10. Q5: When you are asleep, your mobile phone is… A: Not in your bedroom. B: Sometimes in the bedroom C: Always in the bedroom
    11. 11. Q6: When you are running late for a meeting, you… A: I’m never late for a meeting. B: Email the meeting organizer C: Text or message one or more people in the meeting
    12. 12. Q7: When you need to write a document together with others, you… A: Start by organizing a meeting. B: Start a Word document, and then email others to add their input. C: Start a collaborative document in Google Docs, or other tool.
    13. 13. Q8: When do you first access the internet in the morning (includes checking email)? A: When I get to the office. B: Not immediately but within an hour of waking up. C: Within 10 minutes of waking up.
    14. 14. Q9: To find out what colleagues are working on… A: Depend on meetings B: Depend on meetings & email C: Meetings, email & Yammer (more?)
    15. 15. Pattern Recognition?
    16. 16. a printing plate that duplicated any typography Stereotype From the Greek, stereos, "firm, solid” and typos "impression,” hence "solid impression". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stereotype#Etymo logy Cclicensehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/gemstone/3527108666
    17. 17. Cliché a cliché was a printing plate cast from movable type. This is also called a stereotype. Allegedly, the French word "cliché" comes from the sound made when the molten stereotyping metal is poured onto the matrix to make a printing plate http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cliche#Origin Cclicensehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/gemstone/3527108666
    18. 18. FAIR WARNING: THE NEXT 5 MINUTES WILL BE RIFE WITH GENERALISATIONS, STEREOTYPES AND CLICHES.
    19. 19. http://www.dilbert.com/strips/comic/2013-06-29/
    20. 20. http://static2.hbr.org/cs/flatmm/five-gens-cs.jpg
    21. 21. Generation Years Events that shaped them Major invention in their time Popular Technology Shaped Them Traditionalist Prior to 1946 Hindenberg/ WWII/Rise of suburbs Fax Radio Baby boomer 1946-1964 Birth control/ Watergate/ Moon landing Personal Computer Television Gen X 1965-1976 Gulf War/AIDS/Berl in Wall/Chernob yl Mobile phone Personal Computer Millennial 1977-1997 Mandela/ Diana/9/11/Gl obal crisis /Obama Google/Face book The Internet
    22. 22. Generation Compelling messages in formative years Traditionalist Make do or do without. Stay in line. Sacrifice. Be heroic. Consider the common good. Baby boomer Be anything you want to be. Change the world. Work well with others. Live up to expectation. Duck and cover. Gen X Don’t count on it. Heroes don’t exist. Get real. Take care of yourself. Always ask “why?” Millennial You are special. Leave no one behind. Connect 24/7. Achieve now! Serve your community.
    23. 23. Generation Major trait Other traits Traditionalist Loyalty Sacrifice, dis cipline, resp ect for authority Baby boomer Competition Competitive, hard work, long hours Gen X Self-reliance Eclectic, self- reliance, fre e agent, work/ life balance Millennial Immediacy Community services, coll ectivism, co nfidence, tol erance, cybe rliteracy
    24. 24. Generation Motivated Motivating messages Traditionalist When managers connect their actions to the overall good of the organization. “Your perseve- rance is valued and will be rewarded.” Baby boomer By leaders who get them involved and show how they can make a difference. “Your opinion is valued.” “You can work as long as you want to.” Gen X When allowed to get the job done on their own (what might seem unorthodox) schedule. “Do it your way.” Millennial When their managers connect their actions to their personal and career goals. “You will be working with other bright, creati ve people.”
    25. 25. Is it really generational?
    26. 26. 33 CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B
    27. 27. Parcel pickup Hotel expectations Meet in cafes Use a common screen/backchann el in a meeting Regular meetings? Really?!? Check mobile device during meal Email lists are the worst… Prefer public transport so I can work & connect Work best in the evening All my stuff is openly available.
    28. 28. Digital visitors to Digital Residents a spectrum Visitor Resident
    29. 29. The internet is… A tool A space
    30. 30. http://techknowtools.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/visitor-vs-resident1.png?w=640
    31. 31. “Social media is like Pandora’s Box” – Prof. Grainne Conole
    32. 32. Hyperconnected employees customers, markets and institutions… “push the demands on some fundamental capabilities in an organization: the ability of individuals and teams to connect and communicate across the organization, reshape teams, workgroups, organizational units, processes and models, and learn and respond to changing needs.” “to keep up with the demands of business, we (all generations) would need to become used to working in this way.” http://www.forbes.com/sites/rawnshah/2011/04/20/working-with-five- generations-in-the-workplace/2/
    33. 33. cc licensed flickr photo by Will Lion: http://flickr.com/photos/will-lion/2595497078/
    34. 34. Not just information, technology too… The two feed on each other…
    35. 35. cc licensed flickr photo by courosa: http://flickr.com/photos/courosa/2922421696/ My personal learning network (PLN) was my filter and my lifeline
    36. 36. about the tools Blog. Cc license Martin Weller http://nogoodreason.typepad.co.uk/no_good_reason/2007/12/my- personal-wor.html
    37. 37. about the people cc licensed flickr photo by shareski: http://flickr.com/photos/shareski/465487261/
    38. 38. about the people
    39. 39. You have the building blocks… Flickr cc license by fragmented http://www.flickr.com/photos/fragmented/2645000094/
    40. 40. …how will you arrange them? Flickr cc license by fragmented http://www.flickr.com/photos/fragmented/2645000094/
    41. 41. • Low Profile • Low Communication • In your own time • High Profile • Low Communication • In your own time • Low Profile • Low Communication • In your own time • High Profile • High Communication • Streamed Staff Room Filing Cabinet MagazinePortfolio Design your PLN. Build your filter. You http://www.flickr.com/photos/catspyjamasnz/7089515065/
    42. 42. Connected employees and colleagues need to be aligned with each other, and with the organisational goals.
    43. 43. Harold Jarche www.jarche.com “Organizations need to extend the notion of work beyond collaboration, beyond teams, and beyond the corporate fire wall. They need to make social networks, communities of practice, and narrative part of the work.”
    44. 44. Communities of Practice
    45. 45. High touch Low touch Personal Personal coaching/conversations Aid in growing PLN Provide resources/self help guides Team Assist them with projects, provide team wide training Design templates to support processes, design & development. Create checklists and other support materials. Community of Practice Facilitate meetings, webinars, etc Community management Curate and inform Microlearning Run short courses/miniMOOCs Provide the community habitat Network Broker relationships with experts Microlearning, Identify MOOCs, external resources, OERs,
    46. 46. High touch Low touch Personal Personal coaching/conversations Aid in growing PLN Provide resources/self help guides Team Assist them with projects, provide team wide training Design templates to support processes, design & development. Create checklists and other support materials. Community of Practice Facilitate meetings, webinars, etc Community management Curate and inform Microlearning Run short courses/miniMOOCs Provide the community habitat Network Broker relationships with experts Microlearning Identify MOOCs, external resources, OERs,
    47. 47. We have a lot of different shaped potatoes. What mash are we gonna make? Cc license http://www.flickr.com/photos/graibeard/4121218392/
    48. 48. Scenario? You’re organising a learning event for a mixed group of 80 colleagues… How would you tweak it so it worked for every one? – Traditionalist – Baby boomer – Gen X – Millenial – Digital visitors – Digital residents http://todaysmeet.com/CultureMash
    49. 49. Hope I’ve given you enough ingredients to make a tasty mash. Joyce Seitzinger @catspyjamasnz @netprax Facebook: Netprax page Yammer: #netprax joyces@deakin.edu.au cc license http://www.flickr.com/photos/sweetbeetandgreenbean/3055709098/

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