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Gary Colet

Getting big impact from big data | McKinsey & Company - 0 views

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    Data analytics will no yield results if the output is mistrusted, or if the organisation is not geared-up to respond. 
Stephen Dale

Power to the new people analytics | McKinsey & Company - 0 views

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    Use of data analytics on HR data to provide insights to improved employee retention.
Stephen Dale

Inside the world of KM and Decision Making | - 0 views

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    Addressing knowledge loss at the UK's average rate of staff turnover (around 20% a year, including managers) means that an organizations' bank of remembered know-how and experience can be reduced to homeopathic levels in just a short space of time. Fortunately, not everyone leaves simultaneously and atypical practices like job overlapping and mentoring helps. But given that academics estimate that when employees leave, they take with them up to 90% of their employers' unique knowledge - most of it tacit and nothing of which typically gets into data banks - the compounded attrition of this distinctive component of intellectual capital is still truly massive.
Stephen Dale

Howard Rheingold | Exploring mind amplifiers since 1964 - 0 views

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    "The future of digital culture-yours, mine, and ours-depends on how well we learn to use the media that have infiltrated, amplified, distracted, enriched, and complicated our lives. How you employ a search engine, stream video from your phonecam, or update your Facebook status matters to you and everyone, because the ways people use new media in the first years of an emerging communication regime can influence the way those media end up being used and misused for decades to come. Instead of confining my exploration to whether or not Google is making us stupid, Facebook is commoditizing our privacy, or Twitter is chopping our attention into microslices (all good questions), I've been asking myself and others how to use social media intelligently, humanely, and above all mindfully. This book is about what I've learned."
Gary Colet

Bill Ford charts a course for the future | McKinsey & Company - 1 views

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    A must-read article for anyone interested in innovation in large corporations
Stephen Dale

Preliminary declaration of the digital human rights - 0 views

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    Social media is having an increasingly pervasive influence on both personal and professional life. But there is still widespread ignorance about the risks associated with using it. The Snowden revelations gave us the first insight into how our personal data is being "harvested" by both companies and governments, and not all of it for benign purposes. This (preliminary) declaration of digital human rights is something that perhaps we should all give serious consideration to supporting.
Phil Ridout

Admitting Failure - 0 views

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    "Failure happens. This is a community and a resource to encourage new levels of transparency, collaboration and innovation across the for-purpose sector."
Phil Ridout

FailCon Oslo Opening Keynote - Presentation Slides - 0 views

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    "Ashley Good from Toronto, Canada is recognized as no less than "a world expert on failure". Working on several development projects around the world she was faced with the need to address the inefficiencies, and sometimes ineffectiveness of development work. Based on her experience she created AdmittingFailure.com and FailForward.org in 2010 to spark a shift in how civil society perceives and talks about failure.
    In her opening keynote titled "What's So Great About Failure?" at FailCon Oslo June 6, 2013 she shares her story and some ideas for the audience to apply the Fail Forward approach to their contexts."
Phil Ridout

Learning from failure: David Damberger at TEDxYYC - YouTube - 0 views

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    "David Damberger discusses "Learning From Failure" at TEDxYYC 2011.

    David is the founder of Engineers Without Borders Calgary (EWB). After building the organization in Calgary and working with them in India, David spent four years building EWB's overseas programs as the Director of Southern African Programs. In this role, David consulted for dozens of African based companies, non-profits and governments in the fields of agriculture; food processing; water and sanitation; and mobile applications for development."
Gary Colet

Admitting Failure - 1 views

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    Learning from failure stories
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