“News and articles about Modern Workplace Learning (MWL) selected by Jane Hart for the week
3-9 December 2017.
From around the Web
Move over HR, OD is coming (and we’re taking the seat you never had) Stephen Hart, 3 December 2017
“Organisational Development is a function that is perfectly placed to meet the needs of the new emerging organisation. As a future focused profession, OD is best placed to design organisational agility, enable organisational capacity and capability and build purposeful culture.”
Here’s Why Companies Should Hire A ‘Modern Elder’ Kevin McKean, Forbes, 3 December 2017
““In traditional societies, there was usually an ‘elder’ around to support younger leaders and pass on wisdom,” says Conley. “But today, as industry becomes more digital-focused, power is cascading faster to younger people and we just expect them to miraculously embody leadership — which is setting them up for failure.””
Things my professor never told me about Wikipedia Jake Orlowitz, Wikimedia, 4 December 2017
“The first step is admitting that everyone, from students to doctors, uses Wikipedia. We need to change the conversation from one of abstinence to intelligent information consumption.”
My Modern Professional Learning Toolkit Bonnie Stachoviak, 4 December 2017
“In this post, I share my professional learner’s toolkit, with links to the tools I use.”
Modern Professional Learner’s Toolkit Matthias Vermeulen, 4 December 2017
“Recently Jane Hart posted her Modern Professional Learner’s Toolkit (see photo) and promptly started. Clark Quinn, Harold Jarche, Helen Blunden, JD Dillon and Mike Taylor also share their toolkit in a blog post. For us the necessary signal to also write down and share our Learner’s Toolkit. Enjoy!
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