I examine technology while using McLuhan tetrad. Below is my take on one technology: videoconferencing.

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You may also be interested in the tetrads on the effects of audio I shared previously while participating in the PKM workshop.

Enjoying

What caught my attention on week 1 of 2020.

Onwards

“We look at the present through a rear view mirror. We march backwards into the future.” — Marshall McLuhan

 

“And ultimately, collapse is required for new growth and renewal.

What caught my attention on week 52 of 2020.

“The challenge then is about change. How do you get all the pieces fitting so individuals are being their best, and a group moves forward (literally in the case of motorbike

From weekly curated posts, I have reviewed and captured the crème de la crème of insights I spot over 2020.

“blog as a boundary object that can connect different knowledge domains and different social networks just because its author

What caught my attention for weeks 49 and 50.

“The goal of foresight isn’t to know what will happen, but rather to create opportunities, as an individual or organization, to grow your resilience and adaptability to change, and be not

I look back to look forward. 2020: what came together? What didn’t? What are my moments of change, and ripples?

January

I kicked started the year with my participation in the Personal Knowledge Mastery Workshop brought by Harold Jarche.

This post is a humble review of the event I participated in, and my way to share the notes I took live on my notebook. 

Hybrid Summit

Thanks to the introduction of Trish Wilson, network catalyst of CICE,

What caught my attention of week 48 of 2020.

Habits of mind to navigate uncertainty by Sonja Blignaut

  1. Cultivate curiosity and openness. Use systems thinking.
  2. Embrace the messy environments for creativity.
  3. Learn to discern time and timing.

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Why

What caught my attention on week 47 of 2020.

Work Futures

‘Back to the future – From Time-Based to Task-Based Work’ by IFTF

“Of course, the future never repeats the past, or to paraphrase Mark Twain, “history doesn’t repeat itself

The Personal Knowledge Mastery workshop is the crème de la crème of remote, self-directed, and peer-learning experiences that I have enjoyed very much. Big shout out to Harold Jarche.

In this series of blog posts, you can dive deep …