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Gurteen Knowledge Tweets: Februry 2020

Posted to Gurteen Knowledge-Log by David Gurteen on 22 February 2020



Gurteen Knowledge Tweets: Februry 2020
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Knowledge LetterAppears in the Gurteen Knowledge Letter issue: 236
Posted DateSaturday 22 February 2020 14:39 GMT
Posted ByDavid Gurteen
CategoriesSocial Networking

Here are some of my more popular recent tweets. Take a look, if you are not a Tweeter, you will get a good idea of how I use it by browsing the list of micro-posts.

  • Why It's a Good Idea to Listen to Opposing Views. https://buff.ly/2RQkr3z #ConversationalLeadership

  • What can we do to create more open cultures?: Poor behaviour and a culture of avoidance and denial are not necessarily improved by additional regulation @judywalker5 https://buff.ly/2SOA7EQ /everyone needs to take responsibility

  • “Thanks to virtual reality, this mother can see and speak with her deceased daughter” https://buff.ly/2UOHnDd /this is an emotionally disturbing "experiment" with virtual reality. Beautiful and creepy at the same time. Use Google Translate to translate into English.

  • “Who are you and what do you stand for?” https://buff.ly/37L3wpN /I think this might make a good Knowledge Café question :-) But for now, read Jo's article, think about it for a moment, and answer the question in your head.

  • ‘Schools are killing curiosity': why we need to stop telling children to shut up and learn | Teaching | The Guardian https://buff.ly/2S1B4t9

  • "In complexity... you define a direction of travel, not a goal, because if you start on a journey you will discover things you didn't know you could discover which have high utility, if you have an explicit goal you may miss the very things that you need to discover" - D. Snowden

  • The spread of teams in more and more arenas is one consequence of the growing complexity of our world - and will force us to challenge some of the core assumptions of meritocracy, suggests @Scott_E_Page http://bit.ly/2V2oZag

  • How do we cultivate curiosity in the workplace - perspective by @DrDianeHamilton In my view, it begins with the recognition that our institutions today are fundamentally hostile to curiosity, except in carefully guarded research labs http://bit.ly/2HilTqf

  • We live in a world of increasing connectivity and complexity - three scholars affiliated with the Santa Fe Institute explore some of the challenges in shaping that kind of world http://bit.ly/38rSo1r

  • Mastering the art of speaking up: the importance of trust https://buff.ly/38CBixx #ConversationalLeadership

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If you are interested in Knowledge Management, the Knowledge Café or the role of conversation in organizational life then you my be interested in this online book I am writing on Conversational Leadership
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