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Playful spheres; or what makes you play?

What makes you play? When are you playful? What do you need to feel ready to slip into a playing mood? Last week I co-facilitated a workshop on remote communication. We designed the workshop in a spirit of play –... Continue Reading →

Why we need more playfulness in learning

Playful learning – playful facilitation

What are your memories about your last workshop or learning event? How was the atmosphere? How did you feel? When I think back to my last workshop I attended as participant I remember smiling faces. We played and experimented, we... Continue Reading →

More than sharing – cocreating

We had a two hours workshop full of conversation, reflection and sharing about network thinking. The conversation was meaningful. The atmosphere was vibrant and playful. People were engaged and inspired.  Having a good conversation is learning Having good conversations is... Continue Reading →

Connecting people in a workshop is no luxury

I participated in an Art of Participatory Leadership workshop. The workshop lasted 2.5 days. The first evening session, after an early dinner, was dedicated to getting to know each other. This evening session was a very worthwhile investment. While investing 10... Continue Reading →

Multiple roles in KM – silent and visible ones, but all relevant

The KM4dev discussion on lurkers caught my attention. The thread started with "The future of knowledge sharing in a digital age" and actually became "The role of readers, bumblebees or lurkers in cross-pollination". It is a fascinating discussion and I digested it... Continue Reading →

Input and conversation the flipped way – for stronger connections and deeper engagement

I was falling into the trap again. I agreed on the pattern 'input followed by conversation' because of the promise the input (about 45’) would be conversational. It wasn't, at least not in my understanding. It would have been with... Continue Reading →

Twitter and Co. – my personal learning habits

I am often asked by friends and peers how I use Twitter and Co. Social media is part of my PKM habit. The term PKM = Personal Knowledge Management was coined by Harold Jarche. He developed the seek - sense... Continue Reading →

The influencing formula behind knowledge products

There was an interesting KM4dev discussion lately on measuring the impact of knowledge products (find the summary by Johannes Schunter). Already in 2014, a KM4dev discussion on “PDFs that nobody reads” triggered my attention. As advisor for networked and shared... Continue Reading →

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