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?
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?
My goal for this year's International Working-Out-Loud week is to make some headway on MSLOC 430, the course I will be co-teaching in January. Today's workday ended up being dedicated elsewhere. But it ended on an interesting note. We are a little more than 2 weeks away from the end of our academic quarter and … Continue reading Day 1 #wolweek reflections: Idea selection in a project-based innovation course
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 start with your classroom as a place in which to model a better way...Be an activist in the realm where you … Continue reading If enterprise social networks might help us remake organizational learning, what is our pedagogy?
My post Working Out Loud Week Lesson: Ignore the Network apparently struck a chord. And what's most interesting to me is that it did so among people whose work I truly admire. They've reminded me of what's really important about this "out loud" process. And where working out loud may be falling short. In the … Continue reading You don’t need to read this. I’m really just writing for myself.