With the last post, I shared the mind map by Marilyn Martin of today's learning world. After thinking about it, I realized that I am pretty close to that"Food Critic" model. When I need to know something, I research and find it. This learning can happen by reading, listening, sharing, and talking. It can happen online or face to face. More and more I rely on RSS feeds to bring information to me which then I store via my Delicious or Diigo account. Retrieving that information is important, so I also use tagging to make sure I never lose it.
Wow has learning changed since I was in school. I do more learning than training, more sharing than teaching. Knowledge management is so critical to my position, to my life.
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First of June -- a new month and a new commitment to post more often. Today with the buzz of Web 2.0 and everything else 2.0 , Michael Hyatt has a great post on Leadership 2.0. I love the way he uses the words embrace, demonstrate, celebrate, employ, practice, and build in terms of leadership! Michael says it best so please follow the link and read: http://michaelhyatt.com/2009/05/leadership-20.html