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Social Learning in Organizations and the role of HR

I’ve been following Harold Jarche’s writing since mid 2012. I’d come across his Twitter handle some times in my timeline, through my network’s retweets, but it was only after someone I admire recommending him that I started paying more attention to his work. When Harold tweeted this week that he would be conducting a free … Continue reading


Side projects are important: Talks 2.0 and other experiences

I saw this great post the other day entitled “How to steal like an artist (and 9 other things nobody told me)” and I was particularly drawn to the sentence in this picture: side projects and hobbies are important. I’ve come to understand the importance of side project and hobbies rather “late” in life but … Continue reading


A dream come true: teaching Enterprise 2.0

Mid February 2011: a dream comes true and I find myself standing in the classroom as the teacher. The journey started many months before when I was challenged to give a 1 hour seminar at the local business school on the topic. That experience (I must have passed the test) eventually turned into an invitation … Continue reading