Category Archives: PLN

#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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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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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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Fear, Power and Beauty #1

The topic of fear was a recurring one in our #xplrpln seminar a few weeks ago. During our weekly Twitter chats and in our G+ community, we discussed some potential risks in mainstreaming PLNs (Personal Learning Networks) in organisations. One … Continue reading

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PLN : Intentions vs Expectations

My last post “post #xplrpln flow” (well actually my first ever…) ended up on the topic of intentions and expectations. Then a few days later I read that quote posted by a friend on Facebook : “Too much intention creates … Continue reading

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