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Network and Networking. It is all about creating connections.

Network and networking When I was asked this summer about the difference between networking and a network I responded spontaneously with this drawing. Networks need networking. Networking result in networks. Having a look at the drawing now, I must say... Continue Reading →

In which workshop mindset are you?

These drawings represent some typical situations in learning events. Which of the three situations do you prefer: A, B or C? In his blog post What sort of network is your meeting? Johnnie Moore compared these three workshop situations with... Continue Reading →

It needs a network mindset to work the networked way – observations from a network in action

  Curtis Ogden blogged about Thinking like a network 2.0, providing a summary of his understanding “of what is new and different when we call something a network, as opposed to a coalition, collaborative or alliance”. That was in October 2017. I loved... Continue Reading →

The brave and curious network mindset or what it needs to think and work the networked way

At the last Knowledge Management Think Table* we reflected what a networked mindset means to us. Our harvest was rich. Here my try to visualize our reflection: There is one word that caught my attention. It is the little word... Continue Reading →

Making time for network thinking is no luxury

I am a 'how person'. Process and method thinking are my passion. To me it is natural to think on meta level about the opportunities and the value of networked learning. I am convinced that thinking about networks is no... 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 →

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 →

Trust, the essential ingredient in networks

Trust is the magic ingredient we cannot miss for many things to make it work. Trust is the springboard for sharing and learning in networks. If trust is missing deep and meaningful conversations have a hard time to take off.... Continue Reading →

There is a magic glue that holds networks together: shared value

  What holds a network together? Why do we share and care? What makes us tell our stories and contribute our knowledge? Why do we join the conversations and assist our peers? And why do certain networks thrive and others... Continue Reading →

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