Category Archives: knowledge transfer

mLearning: Revolutionizing Education


Ten tips or ideas from Fabio Sergio that looks at some ideas on how mLearning (mobile learning) is beginning to and will continue to ‘revolutionize’ learning from school through corporations and beyond – into lifelong learning. See on Scoop.it – … Continue reading

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Day 2 Learning 2010 – recap: Mobile Support


#L2010 … I came in a bit skeptical – not so much about the use of mobile devices for support – I believe in that absolutely … but more about that there needs to be a distinction made between learning … Continue reading

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Social Network Technology for Learning – What’s the Hook?


Lots of talk, writing, webinars, head-nodding, perhaps even gnashing of teeth around social networking technologies for learning in an enterprise. There seems to be lots of promise as well as many words of caution … some advocating its adoption and … Continue reading

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Jay Cross’ conference mashup


life’s too short for  linear video Jay Cross just posted a mashup video of conference presentations made at Learning Technologies 2008. Absolutely worth checking out … for both the content that’s shown as well as for the concept of a … Continue reading

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Knowledge Transfer and Knowledge Management – Is there a difference?


“So, how is this different from knowledge management?” As I discuss a knowledge transfer (KT) methodology it’s not a question that gets asked a whole lot; but when it is it tends to sidetrack the meeting or presentation.  The questioner … Continue reading

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The offending section (that ticked off the consultant)


I posted about how I managed to tick off a consultant when I included a short section on a kind of what-is-knowledge … Well, here is the offending writing … (keep in mind that this is only one page in … Continue reading

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In which I tick off a consultant – (Knowledge Transfer)


Was called to work on another knowledge transfer project where the client is transitioning a series of functions from one office location to another. The people aren’t moving to the new location – just the function; and there is concern … Continue reading

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