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Learning to Innovate

Tony Wagner is a compelling champion for change. In his books and TED talks, the former teacher and “Expert in Residence” at Harvard University’s Innovation Lab… 324 more words

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A Little Learning Is A Dang'rous Thing

Last night I tweeted:

a shallow understanding can be more dangerous than ignorance. #Agile.

— Eb (@eikonne) April 19, 2015

One of the most intelligent guys I know (and just reconnected with) Abiodun Ofuya, responded with:

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Software Development

Accountability, Say What?

Accountability is defined in the dictionary as:

The quality or state of being accountable; especially : an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one’s actions…

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Who Are You?

It’s been a minute since I’ve blogged as a lot has happened in life recently, the biggest being the passing and laying to rest of the matriach of our family, my grandmother. 392 more words

Organizational Learning

Why HR Should Lead Change Initiatives

Change management is about people, performance and leadership, ergo, one would think HR should be leading the charge (or at least playing a major role). Unfortunately, in many cases, HR is not involved because it does not bring the skill sets that would be useful to organizational change or is simply not even invited to the party. 843 more words

Leadership

Alderman, N, Ivory, C, Mcloughlin, I and Vaughan, R (2014) Managing complex projects: networks, knowledge and innovation. London: Routledge.

Managing complex projects: networks, knowledge and innovation. By Neil Alderman, Chris Ivory, Ian Mcloughlin and Roger Vaughan, Routledge, London, 2014. 154 pp, ISBN 978-0-415-29958-9, £80 (hb) 98 more words

Book Reviews

How Deep Is Your Curiosity?

In The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook by Peter Senge et. al. (1994), there is an emphasis on organizations that learn.  The authors said, “The organizations that will truly excel in the future will be the organizations that discover how to tap people’s commitment and capacity to learn at all levels in an organization.”  Interestingly, the  book starts at the level of the individual with a description of how members of the Natal tribe in South Africa greet each other.  882 more words

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