Work & Learning
The pattern of discovering new knowledge, thinking deeper about that knowledge and then sharing what you have learned or learning are the steps taken when practicing the “seek – sense – share” framework created by Harold Jarche.
I grew up in Sudbury Ontario, the mining and smelting capital of the world. After numerous jobs in the mining industry, I recognized that my greatest satisfaction came from working and learning with others on social issues. Read more…
PKM, Workplace-Network Learning
One of Youth Profit’s goals is to encourage dialogue and strategic thinking between the education, government, private and nonprofit sectors. These systems are like silos, acting like the preferable blind monks assigned to describing what the elephant looks like. The elephant in question is the worldwide crisis of youth unemployment. A crisis exacerbated by the demise of the industrial era and the emergence of the always on, always connected network economy. Read more…