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Anecdote receive award for best learning website in Asia Pacific

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —June 16, 2008
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We were the very last award to be handed out at last week’s LearnX conference and Robyn and I walked up to the podium to receive the crystal pyramid from Jay Cross. Thanks again to all our blog readers and the readers of Training Magazine.

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Some books you might find useful

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —June 14, 2008
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As you can probably guess I like to read and manage to get through quite a few books in the year. I noticed Amazon allows you to list books in a set of categories, so I’ve put together a preliminary list of books I recommend on the following topics: change collaboration communities of practice complexity […]

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Looking for Melbourne KM news

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —June 1, 2008
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We are getting the KMLF active again. KMLF is the Melbourne knowledge management community of practice. Check out the KMLF website for details. I would like to publish Melbourne KM news on the KMLF website so if you have any news you would like to share please send me an email.

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Best website for learning

Posted by  Mark Schenk —May 8, 2008
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We were advised this morning that LearnX Asia Pacific 2008 has announced that the winner in the category of ‘Best Website for Learning’ is ……..Anecdote! We are really pleased that our efforts to make the website an interesting and valuable place have been recognised in this way. Shawn and Robyn are presenting at the LearnX […]

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Net Neutrality

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —April 28, 2008
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Some worrying developments which might limit the use of the Internet for the little guy. via Dave Snowden

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P.S.

Posted by  Krista Schmeling —March 8, 2008
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Last year I was given an unexpected but very welcomed opportunity to work with the Anecdote team. Over a short period of time my understanding of affecting organisational change in the most positive of ways has grown immensely. My knowledge of leadership development and communities of practice have been greatly enhanced among so many other […]

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Anecdotally is here

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —March 7, 2008
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Over the years we have built a good following for our monthly newsletter (over 2,000 readers and growing) and today we are re-launching it with the name, Anecdotally. Perhaps the biggest change is that we have decided not to publish Anecdotally on our site. It’s only available to subscribers. You can check out an example […]

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Moving on

Posted by  Mark Schenk —March 6, 2008
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Anecdote has been fortunate to have had Krista Schmeling as part of our team since mid-October last year. She has done lots of work supporting our communities of practice projects and has kept our workshop program running smoothly and added significantly to our cumulative artistic capabilities. Unfortunately, others have noticed her talents and she leaves […]

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Questions

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —February 12, 2008
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I’ve created a new blog category today called “questions.” I’m planning to use it to capture some of the excellent story eliciting questions I come across in our work and reading. So to kick things off here is a question from Christina Baldwin: “Can you keep a confidence? Describe a story about confidentiality. What is […]

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Cynefin now published in the Harvard Business Review

Posted by  Shawn Callahan —October 28, 2007
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Congratulations Dave and Mary for your HBR article. I’ve had a chance to browse it and it looks great. The article is called A Leader’s Framework for Decision Making. It covers the Cynefin framework, complexity, with a heavy dose on the importance of context in decision making. Anecdote had it start as one of the […]

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