Rewrite Your Workplace

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Imagine a workplace that was empowered to take action through working out loud – this is the rewritable organisation.

Curate to Share Expertise – WOL Week Activity 2

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In todays’ post for Working Out Loud Week, our second working out loud with intent activity focuses on curating content to share our expertise and add value to our networks.

Expertise Location – WOL Week Activity 1

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In todays’ post for Working Out Loud Week, we share our first working out loud with intent activity with some insights about expertise, identity and online networks.

Working Out Loud with Intent

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16-22 November is International Work Out Loud Week. We’ll be exploring working out loud (WOL) on the blog this week – today we kick off with the ‘what’ and ‘why’ of WOL.

Introducing Wave-x, a new wave in online customer experience

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Our new service helps Australian companies quickly create online customer communities that provide best in class experiences, authentic dialogue and lasting loyalty.

Atlassian wants to unleash the potential in every team

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The 2015 Atlassian Summit did not disappoint, delivering some exciting enhancements to the Atlassian suite of products coming soon to a product near you. We’ve got your quick summary of these announcements covered in this post.

A postcard from LEARNTech Asia 2015

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This week, Anne has been at the LEARNTech Asia conference.
On Tuesday Anne presented a session on “The Future of Work and Learning: Transforming Learning in the Digital Workplace”, while today she is running a post-conference workshop on “Developing a Strategic Approach to the Future of Work and Learning”.

The Future of Work and Learning

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This week I will be presenting and running a workshop at the LearnTech Asia 2015 conference in Singapore (3-5 November). My presentation will focus on the emerging trends in the changing nature of work and how a digital workplace is influencing our approaches to how organisational learning is being perceived.

Mentoring Revisited

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Mentoring, as a professional development strategy, is experiencing a resurgence. Revisit your existing concepts of mentoring and professional development and consider a hybrid model that blends into an ecosystem of engagement and shared knowledge development as a viable alternative.

Designing for inclusion as a digital capability

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Why a mindset focused on designing for inclusion is an ideal capability for dealing with the wicked problem of digital disruption. PLUS join us at DISRUPT.SYDNEY 2015!