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Making Innovation Happen

A Global Aggregation of Leading Edge Articles on Management Innovation, Creative Leadership, Creativity and Innovation.  

This is the official blog of Ralph Kerle, Chairman, the Creative Leadership Forum. The views expressed are his own and do not represent the views of the International or National Advisory Board members. ______________________________________________________________________________________

 

Entries in learning (13)

Monday
Aug292011

Prototyping an Innovation Ecology at the P2P University | About P2PU

Interested in learning how to Prototype an Innovation Ecology I have just been made a Co-Organizer of the programme Prototype an Innovation Ecology at the P2P University. and the course is still accepting enrolments if you are interested. Click here to enrol

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Friday
Sep242010

The Magnificence of Failure - Malcolm McLaren, Handheld Learning Conference 2009


A wonderful reflection on learning, the arts and the creative journey by the late Malcolm McLaren.
Friday
Sep102010

Never Mind the Business Model; Here’s the Learning Model - The Heutagogic Archives

I was going to entitle this post after Malcolm McLarens’ keynote at Games-Based Learning in 2009 “Never-Mind The Bollocks Here’s The Txt Pistols” as his talk captures the tension between Innovation and Control that occurs when any new technology enters education. McLaren, like McLuhan, was arguing for the conversational crafting of new creative potentials, something social media makes readily available. The delicious crowd-sourced ideas of #BectaX were arguing for a socialised, participative, learning exchange, roughly speaking, “every learner their own TxT Pistol”. New media, new technologies in fact, create new affordances for disruptive innovation, as they offer new tools and processes for problem-solving. Social media offer the opportunity for the “creativity, innovation and collaboration” of Group Genius to became processes welcomed within educational institutions. We play, we learn, we imagine new futures; the point of course is how do we realise them?

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Wednesday
Sep082010

John Seely Brown on the roots of informal learning

 

There’s a slight irony in that many non-specialists may find this discussion of the problems with abstraction in learning, well, a little abstract. But there is good stuff here, including the background to the Institute for Research on Learning, and what Jean Lave learnt from how people learn in Africa.

Tuesday
Jun222010

Why Arts Based Learning is The Next Organisational Learning and Development Frontier 

Below is an excerpt from the editorial of the latest Journal of Business Strategy Volume 31, Series 4 written by Harvey Seifter and Ted Buswick and at the bottom of this excerpt you will find Nick Nissley's article "Arts Based Learning at Work " that provides an excellent global overview of this emerging phenomena. For about 20 combined years, a large part of our professional energies and personal passions have been engaged by the use of artistic skills, processes and experiences as learning tools: in complex global corporations, small and medium-sized businesses, professional associations, universities, historical and cultural centers, government agencies, leadership academies, and non-profit organizations.

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