Planning and evaluating social learning We talked about the new version of our framework in the last blog post. Here is a video where we provide an overview this new version, along with an example of its applicability. Going through each cycle of the framework, we describe how it can be used for developing social learning and its ability to transform practice. We are writing this up, but this video gives you a preview of what’s to come. Let us know how you think you can use this. Below is the text of the video… Hello incoming altMBA students! Congratulations on adding your name to the small but growing list of people who have decided to “leap” (as Seth likes to say) – to make the change you dream to make in your lives. Throughout the past month, as a member of the inaugural class of altMBA, I’ve felt extremely challenged at times, emotionally bare, getting the metaphorical crap kicked out of me by our latest prompt or challenge, and conflicted by what is comfortable and reliable (and boring and monotonous), and what is passionate and inspiring (and scary as sh*t). If I were Jack’s electric medulla oblongata, I would tell you that there are 3 real rules of altMBA, while on the altMBA site you will discover there are two core principles to the program. You will learn two are crucial:
The new way of working Companies with a modern mindset often offer their employees a maximum of authonomy. Mobile working is the key, technology is the enabler and responsibility is the watchword. That results in increased motivation and productivity. But how do you get started? The Difference Between Crowdfunding and Crowdsourcing - Crowdfunding HacksCrowdfunding Hacks This is the first post in our 30 Day Ask Clay Crowdfunding Q&A. I’ll be answering a new question every day in June. Submit your question by going to CrowdfundingHacks.com/AskClay, where you can see all of the questions and all of my answers.
Ancient Sumerians In Ecuador: The Father Crespi Mystery… In the Amazonian Ecuadorian region called Morona Santiago there is a very deep cavern, known in Spanish as Cueva de los Tayos (Cave of the Oilbirds). According to some researchers the true discoverer of the huge archaeological treasures of the Cueva de los Tayos was not the Hungarian Juan Moricz, but rather the Salesian priest Carlo Crespi (1891-1982), a native of Milan, Italy. Carlo Crespi, who arrived to the Amazonian Ecuador area of Cuenca in 1927, was able to win the trust of the natives Jibaro, and so they did deliver to him, over decades, hundreds of fabulous archaeological pieces dating back to an unknown time, many of them made of gold or golden, often masterfully carved with archaic hieroglyphs that, to date, no one has been able to decipher. From 1960 Crespi obtained from the Vatican the permission to open a museum in the city of Cuenca, where was located his Salesian mission. In 1962 there was a fire, and some pieces were lost forever.
Monitoring and evaluation framework for social learning is underway to help support researchers and development practitioners Doc 13 "You are brave, trying to find common ground on this very challenging issue. But, how should you prove that social learning has a value?" said Barbara Van Mierlo, monitoring and evaluation expert at the end of the two-day social learning workshop. Her words did ring true to us. How do we show others what we are already believing, that social learning has a role to play in achieving sustainable development outcomes? Were we mad?
Often we forget to frame what we want to really achieve in our innovation activity, instead we simply dive in and start innovating. I believe until we know what solutions we feel we need or the market wants, we will more often than not, end up disappointed in our innovation solutions. Simply generating ideas, for ideas sake, just does not cut it at all. In recent years our innovation understanding and its management have significantly changed, due to numerous factors that have been happening. These have been advances in technology, methodology or design- thinking and we do need to stop and think about how we could do ‘things’ differently by asking “what is possible?” This should be asked not just on each occasion of an innovation concept design but within the total innovation system we are presently operating under.
NWOW : Imagine the New World of Work Does ‘work’ still mean ‘work’ in this fast-paced digital age? Can we continue to consider work as either productive or reproductive? Is work confined to a physical location or can it really even be classified? What are the newest trends and tools that are helping everyone build their careers and businesses achieve unheard-of success from the humblest and smallest beginnings? So what is the new world of work going to look like? Write reviews and add ratings of places - Computer - Google Maps Help On Google Maps, you can write reviews for places you’ve visited. You can also leave info about a place, like if it’s quiet, lively, or romantic. These reviews and opinions are voluntary. We don’t pay reviewers for adding them to Google Maps. What others will see All reviews are public, so anyone can see what you write.
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