“The work left for humans to do is nuanced, creative, and collaborative. It requires each of us to maximize our unique strengths rather than conform to a standardized set of skills.” — @rhappe

 

“project selection; does this work align

At #LTFrance 2020

On February 5th and 6th, I spent a few hours at the Learning Technologies France conference for the first time. As an attendee, I went to some conferences: one on workplace learning design, one on the impact …

Futures Thinking Caught my Attention

Learning, Exploratory Leadership, Community Management, Personal Knowledge Mastery, and Futures Thinking. I explore and am passionate about those disciplines. I think my curiosity was triggered for future thinking when I …

 The artist working on pieces for her upcoming exhibition. Photo: Quinn Miller-Bedell

Source: “The artist working on pieces for her upcoming exhibition. Photo: Quinn Miller-Bedell” – My Modern Met “New Hyperrealistic Pastel Drawings by Zaria Forman Capture the Spirit of Antarctica”.

On Earth & Climate Change

Do you know Zara Forman

Workplace Futures & Nowness

“Outside of work (your) people are learning in connected ways.” — @MichelleOckers Yes, we do: https://rotanaty.com/2015/10/26/in-an-age-of-collective-learning— @rotanarotana


On Collective Digital Art Experiences

Do we see the emergence of collective digital art experiences? I wonder as …

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Future Skills in a Networked Society

Building 21st Century Skills

“How do you teach people to be more comfortable with ambiguity?”

My response was: “The first thing we need to do is

Connectedness Era

Divergence is as important as convergence.

New ways of working and health are related and interesting. Topics such as remote work, sitting and standing desks, walkability, wearable technologies and connected life spaces caught my attention. Deep-tech …