Harold Jarche posted this to the internal Internet Time Alliance network yesterday: “Check out slides 115-118″ http://www.slideshare.net/reed2001/culture-2009. I did. I was blown away.
Culture (Original 2009 version) from Reed Hastings
I’m writing the sequel to Informal Learning. Yet here, the CEO of Netflix gave most of my message four years ago in four slides. Four freaking slides. In case you don’t have time for the whole presentation, here are slides Harold recommended:
The culture of tomorrow’s corporations will mirror the culture of the internet.
For several years now, internet blow-back has shaped the thinking of management thinkers. You’ve probably seen my praise for internet values such as spontaneity, peer decision-making, radical decentralization, easy to Continue reading
Blogs are too one-way, a vestige of web 1.0. I’m searching for alternatives that encourage dialog in lieu of monolog. I’m not there yet, but here’s the latest scheme of things.
Last Friday, Tony Karrer blogged about definitions of eLearning, joking about “eLearning (or is it e-Learning?”
In the early days, way back in 1998, it was always e-learning, with the hyphen. SmartForce was the “e-Learning Company” and Cisco’s John Chambers evangelized e-learning.
As eLearning Continue reading