Who Makes You…, Lets You…?

This a question with other few additional ones that @dscofield asks. And I add to that: why?

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As I wrote a while ago, curating our network and growing with people while learning and making

On Reclaiming our Humanity

“My narrative is that we have the power to do things things differently. We can reclaim our humanity, to equip ourselves with the knowledge and personal capabilities to confront toxic workplaces and working practices. We can

On Societal & Digital Mutations

I love learning on the go from podcasts. Lately, I have re-discovered a podcast brought by Martin LessardM2 – Mutation numérique. As put on his website in French:

“M2, c’est pour

1. “Hyper-collaborative organisations need people with hyper-cooperative behaviours… Image: @gapingvoid” — @simbeckhampson

 

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What if ‘work culture’ looks like working and learning out loud, collaboration and cooperation, co-creation and autonomy?

What if failing, working and learning together – privately …

“I am swimming in a mental ocean here on @twitter and gathering the most beautiful sea shells of collective intelligence. #ci #a3r” @JenniferSertl

On Cooperating & Collaborating

We are the sum of our interactions, our experiences, with

Source: a sketch on questioning created by Grant Snider shared on his Twitter stream.

On Caring, Conversations & Curiosity

“It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed.” – Napoleon Hill via 

On Developing 21st Century Skills at your Workplace

Last week, my friend and learning partner, @smartco, asked me to have a look at her upcoming blog post ‘Turning ideas into action‘. This is what I did. I …

“You can use Twitter as a way to move from weak ties to strong ties, to get to know people better. Twitter is perfect to establish weak ties (by following them), you can start to engage by interacting (such as