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Building an Agile Organisation: lessons learned from Lean Agile Scotland 2016

I was lucky enough to attend Lean Agile Scotland last month, a 3-day conference in Edinburgh crammed full of fantastic key notes, talks and workshops covering all things Agile: from Value Streams to Cynefin, from TDD and BDD to Neuro-diversity, and from meeting culture to dark collaboration – #LAScot16 had it all. 666 more words



Once upon a time, there was a community of people who were brought together for the betterment of education.  They were collectively known as edfd459 and they formed an eCoP. 143 more words

Learning Spaces

Finishing a Semesters Study...

As I quoted in my first post on this site way, way, back in the Semester..

“Learning is in the relationships between people” 

….Mark Tennant 1997… 287 more words

Connecting teachers..developing a Group Space, through the E-Space....it's a win win!

Collaboration between teachers has always been a bit hit and miss… depending what school you are teaching in, you can either find yourself teaching solo, very much confined to your own classroom, producing your own programming and lessons, OR you can be part of a great teaching team, sharing ideas, programming tips, and teaching skills… 191 more words

The Pre-Internet Learning Organization

In Jane Hart’s Modern Workforce Learning Challenge, last’s week’s challenge was to look at how to support continuous social learning and how to help team members learn from each other. 797 more words

Social Learning

Week 25. Communities Of Practice

Georgiana Morison. 1998. Imagined Communities.  Installation Detail.

Most of us feel a sense of belonging through our connections to likeminded others. My sense of belonging is tied to processes of imagining, engagement, connections to and alignment with others (Wenger, 2000) who have artistic practices. 1,184 more words

Communities Of Practice