This week in my course for Creighton University – ILD 831: Technology and Leadership – the students are exploring the concept of knowledge management. Nancy Dixon had described the three eras of knowledge management back in 2009 as moving from leaders leveraging explicit knowledge, to leaders leveraging experiential knowledge, and finally to leaders leveraging collective… Read more Is Knowledge Management Relevant?
I am always stoked when I get a chance to teach ILD 831 for Creighton University. This course in their Interdisciplinary Doctorate in Leadership Program has an eclectic group of leaders from around the world exploring the impact of technology in general and the internet in particular on leadership in organizations. Through this examination, these… Read more Exploring the Intersection of Leadership and Technology
I have read about half of a recent book from George Westerman, Didier Bonnet, and Andrew McAfee – Leading Digital: Turning Technology into Business Transformation (2014). Their premise is that the innovations of the past decade have been nothing short of astonishing – yet they are just the warm up acts for what is to… Read more Digital Leadership
Harold Jarche had an thoughtful post – really a series of quotes – today – “Move the hierarchy to the rear.” Harold started with a quote from the Harvard Business Review: In an environment where everyone is a leader, some other mechanism needs to be put in place to ensure that everyone can maintain and… Read more 30-Day Challenge – Day 23 – Trust, Leadership and Learning
A delivery from Barnes and Noble is like Christmas in July. As much as I like digital, there is something comforting about holding a book. Here are the next four books I plan to read this summer: . Looking forward to jumping in! And by the way, they are sitting on one of my favorite… Read more My Next Summer Reading Plans