Author Archives: cedbo

#MSLOC430 | Week 1-2

Already more than two weeks since #MSLOC430 kicked off. This online course is the open section of MSLOC 430 – a graduate course in the Master’s Program in Learning and Organizational Change at Northwestern University. The goal of this course … Continue reading

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Surrender into complexity : a move towards self-directed learning

In reaction to my last post on Learning in Suspension, a good friend of mine tweeted this question : .@CedricBorzee interesting…so do you see suspension as motion or stillpoint? 🙂 “blogpost > Learning in suspension http://t.co/rB4WlWPOYf” — Christian de Sousa … Continue reading

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Learning in suspension

Chaos as a “moment in suspension”. Since my last post on tactical serendipity, life has served me some strong tasters of these kind of moments I must say. Like Maha Bali wrote in one of her first articles related to … Continue reading

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Y/N : a staccato dance into serendipity

In Staccato managers & middle dancers was mentioned the subtle balance between fluidity and clarity. Recently I have been balancing between some other polarities : in a staccato dance between Yes and No. During the last few weeks I have been helping some … Continue reading

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#Socialleadership : curation, reputation and social capital

This week I attended Julian Stodd‘s masterclass on “Social Leadership”. “Social Leadership is not intended to replace other forms of Leadership”, writes Julian on his blog, “it’s complimentary”. He defines his NET Model of Social Leadership as a style of leadership suitable for the Social … Continue reading

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Staccato Managers & Middle Dancers

Staccato is the second rhythm in 5 Rhythms dance. The rhythm of clarity, purpose, masculinity, passion and fire. The Yang energy. Sometimes during workshops we practice dancing in lines; one dancer takes the lead and his/her followers reproduce the same … Continue reading

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One day at #LT14UK

I had the chance to spend one day at the Learning Technologies 2014 at Olympia London a few days ago. Compared to last year it seems clear that somehow the economy is recovering and some companies are keen on re-investing … Continue reading

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My Curation Engine

Since my last post Curating on #dcurate, I have been musing on my “Curation Engine” while looking at ways to make it more dynamic. With at the back of my mind this quote by G. Siemens : Knowledge has become … Continue reading

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Curating on #dcurate

How to be an effective digital curator? is an on-line open course set up by @burrough and @martincouzins on a social learning platform called Curatr. @jess1ecat I think it's a FLOOC #dcurate (fairly large open online course) — Sam Burrough … Continue reading

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Fear, Power, Beauty #2

Fear of the unknown and peer pressure were mentioned in Fear, Power and Beauty #1 as potential obstacles to the adoption of social technologies and a more collaborative workplace. Power is certainly another “Fear-factor”. Hierarchies and the pyramidal org charts … Continue reading

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