Recognition and leadership.

It’s just about saying thank you. And the impact is really powerful, but it’s unlikely to find a robust appreciation policy even a strategy anywhere. And this is an too amazing workflow to bond and strengthen the team to despise it: recognition and leadership should be always considered together. Starting to practice appreciation, little by […]

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Fundamentals of remote training for companies

From remote training towards learning communities Autopoietic systems introduced by Maturana & Varela are processes networks with a purpose and the ability to take actions to assure their persistence. One example: learning communities. And this is what a company is (especially if operating in the Knowledge economy). A company is a well connected relational network where knowledge […]

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Postmodern Narrative in Bourdieu, ‘The reproduction’

Bourdieu is that guy who sometimes speaks about pedagogy or education, the same man who researched about Algeria Anthropology and even wrote articles about the economy. The book he presented with Passeron, ‘La reproduction’, should be included in the top books about education. This book is amazing because of what it says and, no less, […]

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Could knowledge be greasy?

Training makes you stupid? I have just reread an article about Learning Obesity I bookmarked some time ago, and I can’t avoid writing several notes. The Learning Obesity concept is clearly explained at http://www.ravinglearnatics.com/2012/06/learning-obesity.html Briefly: In the same way that if you eat more than you need to you will become fat, mental obesity takes […]

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PostModernism, WWW and Mass Media. Concept Map.

A picture is worth a thousand words although it is not always easy to find good pictures for the ideas you have about complex constructions like postmodernism. I loved CmapTools Concept Maps they are in some way a simplification of a UML analysis. And sometimes those Concept Maps are the only way to graphically explain […]

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