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Working Smarter in Terra Nova Circa 2015

Posted on 30 September 2010 by jrobes

Eine kurzatmige Beschreibung der neuen Arbeitswelt, hier Terra Nova genannt. Was wird sich ändern? Wie werden wir arbeiten? Wo wird Lernen seinen Platz haben? “Working Smarter” ist das Motto. Stichworte sind: “One-Way Push to Two-Way Pull” - “Don’t Call it ‘Learning’” - “Motivation” - “The LMS Debate” - “Working Strategically”. Der Artikel ist in etwa auch die Programmatik der Internet Time Alliance, einem Berater-Konsortium, zu dem sich die Autoren jüngst zusammengeschlossen haben.

“Terra Nova screams out for a never-ending process of applying learning while working, not apart from it, predicated on:
1. learning what you need to know, when you need to know it
2. reinforcing the lesson by applying that knowledge immediately
3. knowing where to find relevant information in lieu of memorizing it
4. learning from your peers and on your own rather than from instructors following a set curriculum.

Companies don’t want learning-they want things done. Traditional learning (stuffing information into people’s heads) is often expensive and unreliable compared to building know-how into the job. That’s why we talk about “working smarter.” More than knowing how to get things done, working smarter involves actually doing them.”

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  1. Simon Says:

    Hallo Herr Robes,

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