This is what caught my attention on week 37 of 2020.
“We have to continually be jumping off cliffs and developing our wings on the way down.” — Kurt Vonnegut
Non-linear. Unknown. Infinite loops. Exploratory.
Learning Curves. Entanglement.
What do …
What caught my attention on weeks 30 and 31 of 2020.
Riding with Uncertainty
“You’re not alone in feeling uncertain. You’re not alone in feeling lost. You’re not alone with not knowing what to do next. It’s OK. Let’s take
What caught my attention on week 26 of 2020.
Work Left For Humans
On the present of work:
“I am not fully convinced that while discussing about #FutureOfWork we are discussing solutions for the main problems organisations are facing today.”
What caught my attention on week 25 of 2020.
Community on Community²
I dive deep in the community management space over the past few weeks with resources, …
What caught my attention on week 20 of 2020.
This is a take from Bruce McTague after I shared the sketchnote and the blog post on my learning journey.
“upper left hand corner” embrace not knowing” that’s
On Roles to Play
“Thus, there is a clear role here for learning & development. The shift is from dispersing information to facilitating the processes where learning happens. Ensuring that the social infrastructure is developed to be constructive is one
“People need space and time to build relationships. Trusted relationships enable knowledge to flow faster across the organization. People will never be more efficient than machines, but they can be more curious, creative, and empathetic.” — @hjarche
Changing the way we work
“The robots are coming for our jobs and we should all be very afraid. Or should we? Join @ross__dickie, @owenferguson, @biofractal and special guest @marciamarcia on this week’s
#TheGPPodcast to discuss how
“My belief is that no matter how good an idea or project is, you need a strong team and culture for it to succeed. To often companies don’t give time to build skills, protocols, rituals for culture. Good article and