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“By default, when we embrace learning agility as a mindset, continuous learning at work becomes the norm. And with the twin challenges of both digitally turbocharged globalisation AND desperately needed economic recovery to navigate, we ALL need, as an imperative,

What caught my attention on week 3 of 2021.

“Brilliant! Sharing feedback shouldn’t be a ‘tell you’ process; but if it’s understood about sharing ideas together, maybe stimulating new ones, that could be a good thing. What it mustn’t be

“The 21st century — and many things we have been expecting for the near future — suddenly hit us with a vengeance in 2020. Now we need to connect, adapt, and find our new normal. Perpetual Beta 2020 is another

What caught my attention on week 1 of 2020.

“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. It

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 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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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

“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” — Andre Gide

I have a few conversations within global communities monthly/weekly to make sense and learn together.

“Communities of practice are groups of

What caught my attention for week 41 of 2020.

Ingenuity

2021 will bring the Great American Pivoting by Gerd Leonhard

“(…) Americans will always pioneer at pretty much any cost; they will always look for something newer, faster and better,

“The ability to change your mind is proof you are capable of learning.” — @ValaAfshar

This is Summertime. After being involved intensively over the past few months in co-creating and enacting a learning community and program specialised in soft skills, …