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

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  1. 1. Space & flows of practice: exploring the relationship between Web 2.0 technologies and a practice perspective on HRD  
  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 domain of practice Human Resource Development Expansive
  4. 4. … as professional practice Human Resource Development … narrative of practice
  5. 5. Image from D. Alves at http://www.flickr.com/photos/dominicspics/5480841196/
  6. 6. Discourse Analysis Heracleous (2006) Communica0ve   ac0on   Discursive structure Genera0ng   common  meaning  
  7. 7. Discursive communities ) Decentre the individual person Discursive structure … and differentiates through ‘othering’
  8. 8. web sphere: … not simply a collection of web sites, but as a set of dynamically defined digital resources spanning multiple websites deemed relevant or related to a central event, concept or theme. Schneider and Foot (2005: 158)
  9. 9. Online Presentation Blog Post Training Journal
  10. 10. During the chat, I shared [a] tweet … [now], I’m not sure [it is correct], because [it indicates] we’re altering the course … [but] in many ways we just keep going in the same direction, often oblivious to potential changes in the road. When reflecting on what I learned [during the event], I ...[review] the questions that were asked... … a number of people have picked up on some of my tweets, and. .. the context in which they were made … here are the questions and my … tweets.
  11. 11. Online Presentation Blog Post Training Journal Learning  &  Performance  Ins0tute  Capability   Map  
  12. 12. 1 TrainingPete … less focus on ‘training’ and more focus on ‘performance support’. #... 2 JoanMar2 … Yes, … We need to [show] measureable ROI and performance improvement #... 3 TrainingPete First thing is a new mindset [and by asking what is] the least intrusive way to address [a] performance issue? #... 4 ILPT #... set performance … objectives … measure against those [do not] just track learning activity #wasteoftime
  13. 13. 1 TrainingPete … There [is] a growing [awareness] that traditional L&D approaches do not move at the speed of business. #... 2 KgeeVeeranki … it’s not that we don’t move at the speed of biz, it’s that we tend to avoid/ignore business issues (at our peril) #... 3 johnlearn Yes indeed! RT @TrainingPete: … There [is] a growing [awareness] that traditional L&D approaches do not move 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 Wikimedia Commons
  15. 15. By Jeremy Keith from http://www.flickr.com/photos/adactio/7157425475/ Not so much a crossroads, more of a spaghetti junction. …. So much opportunity to change. … taking wrong turns is part of finding your way though. Mistakes are all part of the learning process.
  16. 16. HRD as seeking to make sense of itself through a contested accumulation of diverse practices (Walton, 1999) … capture both the socio-political forces as well as the ‘elasticity’ and fluidity of organizing as different processes and practices connect to provide new possibilities. (Antonacopolou, 2005: 5) Conclusions ) HRD discourses negotiating between generative and restrictive concepts of practice by bricolage

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