Affordances and disaffordances in digital workplace technology

I am working out loud this academic quarter, a bit, in conjunction with two courses I co-teach with some amazing colleagues. What's coming together is some inspiration on the intersection of work we do in using and applying design practices - design thinking - and the work we do exploring organizational knowledge sharing, learning and … Continue reading Affordances and disaffordances in digital workplace technology

Drawing my way to clarity from a messy starting point: The future of collaboration technology in the digital workplace

I set up a meeting with the leadership team of our department, to be held just about a month from now, to review my take on near and long-term trends in the social collaboration/social learning technology space. This is something we routinely do. We step back and look at trends as we review the mix … Continue reading Drawing my way to clarity from a messy starting point: The future of collaboration technology in the digital workplace

Revisiting: A critical pedagogy for organizational learning?

I just re-read a post I wrote in June, 2015, reflecting on a challenge posed by educator and author Cathy Davidson. In Why Start with Pedagogy 4 Good Reasons, 4 Good Solutions, Cathy Davidson writes: “If your goal is equality in a world where inequality is structural and violent and pervasive, you can at least … Continue reading Revisiting: A critical pedagogy for organizational learning?