Learning, Brainstorming, Leadership, Development, Innovation, & Twitter

Perfect Storm? or Perfect Opportunity? - Ellen Wagner in eLearning Roadtrip

I saw a number of comments (@jarche, @bschlenker, @raetanner) that gave me a pretty clear indication that the technologically savvy crowd was disappointed at how very "behind the 2.0 curve" the general ASTD assembly seemed to be. I saw complaints about the backwardness regarding social media and informal learning. I saw other comments that acknowledged how frustrating it is that learning innovations are being "gated" by IT departments.

Brainstorming for Better Business - Businness Week

Brainstorming sessions have led to important innovations at Kaiser Permamente. Here's how the managed-care company did it

Ten Fatal Flaws That Derail Leaders - HBR

Poor leadership in good times can be hidden, but poor leadership in bad times is a recipe for disaster. To find out why leaders fail, we scrutinized results from two studies: In one, we collected 360-degree feedback data on more than 450 Fortune 500 executives and then teased out the common characteristics of the 31 who were fired over the next three years. In the second, we analyzed 360-degree feedback data from more than 11,000 leaders and identified the 10% who were considered least effective. We then compared the ineffective leaders with the fired leaders to come up with the 10 most common leadership shortcomings. Every bad leader had at least one, and most had several. The list of worst leaders.

9 Ways to Twitter Your Personal Development - Zen Habits

Personal development has become a highly popular blog topic for bloggers and destination for readers. Twitter will likely soon follow, with segments already developing in the personal development arena.

Is Innovating Failing In The US? - NussbaumOnDesign

Economists and policy-makers tend to confuse invention with innovation. Innovations are significant changes that add value to people and organizations. Breakthroughs in science and technology per se do make for innovative changes in society. So it is not the failure of innovation over the past decade that is the problem but the failure of technological and scientific breakthroughs to become innovations that is the issue.
So why? My answer that engineers and scientists often forget the social aspect of invention.

Yes, Twitter is revolutionary--just not in the way that you think - cnet

"Twitter's a success for us when people stop talking about it."

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