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10 Most Zen-Friendly Websites to Keep Yo

10 Most Zen-Friendly Websites to Keep You Calm and Productive at Work There are some really GREAT ideas here – some apps, some behaviors – all good! Have a listen on Umano and jot down some of the others as you read through the article…

Rooting Out Hubris, Before a Fall – Stev

Rooting Out Hubris, Before a Fall – Steven Berglas – Harvard Business Review Hubris can be especially treacherous for consultants, in that we are supposed to be confident enough to convince others that our approach is sound and productive; yet we often come off sounding prophetic and having keys to the “only way” to […]

Did you miss the March 31st deadline for

Did you miss the March 31st deadline for Obamacare? Don’t despair, there’s still time to get health insurance. HackerCare open enrollment lasts until April 17 for a May 1st activation date. This will help you avoid the tax penalty for not having a qualifying insurance plan. We are waiving the 50.00 a year HackerCare enrollment […]

Sacramento International looking for ven

Sacramento International looking for vendors, lounge operator – Sacramento Business Journal am curious. What is the perceived benefit of having a 15-30 minute “quick coaching” session on the far side of the TSA – once checked in, gone through security, and simply waiting for the boarding call? How about a quick lesson on adding […]

Intersection of Change Management and Kirkpatrick evaluation

So, what happens when you mash up a change management strategy with the Kirkpatrick model for learning effectiveness?  You get Etienne Wenger et al‘s newest concept, as detailed in Ruud de Moor Centrum’s Rapport 18 (Report 18) – Promoting and assessing value creation in communities and networks: a conceptual framework¹. Oh, yes.  And if that’s […]

KMin5 #3

Podcast KMin5#3: The New Edge in Knowledge (2011) from Dr. Carla O’Dell and Cindy Hubert of APQC

KMin5 #2

Hi. The second installment of the podcast series on Knowledge Management (in 5 minutes or less) is ready. KMin5v2 The referenced work is: Dalkir, Kimiz (2005) Knowledge Management in Theory and Practice, Oxford: Eslevier. Larry Hiner, PsyD, Organizational Psychology

KMin5 #1

Hi. Knowledge management is all about sharing.  In that spirit, I offer you a series of podcasts I’ve been constructing… “KMin5” – or, Knowledge Management in 5 minutes or less.  These are short segments, focusing on one topic or another that has to do with: Organizational Learning Social Media Informal Learning Knowledge Management Communities of […]