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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 22 of 2020.

On Kindness

HT @simbeckhampson

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It is always so fun and insightful to meet up with Paul Simbeck-Hampson who is a kind and classy coach, friend and learning partner over years. This …

SHIFT

S:tay Present, Healthy, Fit and Resilient

H:ave Opportunities for Co-creation, Cooperation and Collaboration

I:ntrospect to Rediscover / Map Yourself

F:ocus your Attention and on what matters

T:rust Your Learnability

Neo-Generalists

“Neo-generalists are stewards of the future.” — Kenneth Mikkelsen

Using Tools to Work & Learn

Every year, Jane Hart, the loup blanc / white wolf in workplace learning, shares her top 10 tools she uses for learning. I revisited and refined mine through a blog post and a

“I’ve been fascinated by pattern matching for the past few months. Enjoyed this perspective of looking at it from @rotanarotana.” — @pretavoyager

 

“Insightful read Rotana, as always 🙂 #Curation” — @simbeckhampson

“I write all kinds of things,

What is Cube School?

An Agile Project four-month Management Program I have completed from 3rd September to 21st December 2018 with the Grande Ecole Numérique and Le Cube, the digital creation centre in Issy-Les-Moulineaux, near Paris, France.

This learning …

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.

Translated:

“M2 is

“Insightful learning-by-doing project ‘On Building 21st Century Skills’ by @rotanarotana #futureskills #curiosity #sociallearning #leadership #sensemaking #AI” — Paul Simbeck-Hampson @simbeckhampson

 

“Terrific post.” —  Tim Kastelle @timkastelle, Associate Professor of innovation management – MBA Director – University of

The Neo-Generalist — Why & What

After I read the book, The Neo-Generalist, by Kenneth Mikkelsen and Richard Martin, thoughts, feelings, and stories shared resonate as I shift in a world of constant change.

A generalist has specialities

“Keep moving forward. One step at a time.” — Unknown 

Learnability is about always be learning. Continuous learning and experimenting. On our own. In teams. Networks. Communities. Society.

“With increased remote work, rise of gig-based economies, digital transformation and automation,