talent management

Tolerance

My posting about hidden bias and its impact on who should be invited to what meeting sparked me to seek research on the topic.  I was struck by a story on the radio earlier in the week about decision making.  The NPR story was talking about the role of the subconscious in people’s decision-making ability.  […]

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What was NPR Thinking?

I was raised to respect my elders, and it pains me greatly to go against my proper upbringing; however, I cannot sit idly and show respect for Daniel Schorr and his commentary on Twitter and new social media when he clearly knows nothing about either. Mr. Schorr (a sign of my proper upbringing) was introduced […]

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An Interview about Employee Engagement and Connectivity

a fascinating conversation about the influence generational difference has on employee engagement

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Connectivism and its Role in Distance Education

I have seen the technical capabilities of the virtual classroom advance within the semester I taught

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The Intermittent Futility of Measuring Objectives

It is important to frame the Knowledge Management program narrowly enough to fulfill on objectives, but measuring these objectives is often futile.

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A Brilliant Intersection of Theory and Practice

This is the first time I have have blogged in awhile as I was out of town attending the Conference Board’s Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning Conference.  In addition, I was in New York on business interestingly enough looking at a e-learning solutions for the capital markets.  I will comment more on this later. Like […]

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Information Can No Longer Be Horded

It seems to me that everyone knows there is a “mercenary” attitude of professionals towards their own clients or revenue stream, but I have yet to see senior management factor this into decision making

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The Coming User Generated Content Revolution

In May’s issue of Wired magazine, Dave Winer CEO of Radioland.com proud provider of Radio, wagered $1,000 that Weblogs will outrank the New York Times Web site by 2007

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