In my experience in teaching the course MSLOC 430 Creating and Sharing Knowledge, I have come to more deeply appreciate the first third of the course, where we explore different points of view about organizational knowledge, learning and technology. Here is the basic storyline of the course, in thirds: Let's take a look at how … Continue reading How do we think about creating and sharing knowledge in organizations?
One of the things that I love to unpack is the ability to see things through others' eyes. Doing it is really difficult. Trying to teach it, I think, requires a total commitment to opening up the learning space. No one person knows the answer; the answer emerges. Which is why I love this story. … Continue reading ‘I have to let the cat out’
The graphic below depicts an approach to help imagine and then design new innovations in learning and knowledge sharing where collaboration technology plays a key role. The first key step is to look broadly for inspirations - inside and outside of your industry or professional setting - where someone uses networks or communities to learn … Continue reading Designing innovations in organizational learning and knowledge sharing
On March 3 from 6 – 9 p.m. Central Time the 22 M.S. in Learning and Organizational Change graduate students in MSLOC 430 will be working out loud on Twitter during class (hashtag #msloc430). This is week 9 of the 10-week quarter and teams of students are finishing up outlining and designing possible solutions to … Continue reading MSLOC 430: March 3, 2016 working-out-loud class session
We're officially live at msloc430.net. See this blog's MSLOC 430 category for previous updates on work-in-progress and some history of the course I teach at the Master's Program in Learning and Organizational Change at Northwestern University. My current experiment is the second iteration of trying to create an open section of the campus-based course. Classes … Continue reading A new open experiment: msloc430.net