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Knowledge

The Future of Insights Talk

April 20, 2012

Tweet I’ve tweeted it and facebooked it … but this is still my space, my main lifestream and my first love … and although I haven’t been blogging much, I thought I’d  share my talk on the Future of Insights which I made at the India Social Summit 2012. Here’s the deck on Slideshare – [...]

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How twitter helps me dig into work

April 16, 2010

Tweet I was asked this question at the Anthrodesign group, in the context of a conversation around getting into the swing of a project and developing some working momentum . I shared there, how I often find myself turning to my blog and twitter communities for helping me with my thinking on qualitative and ethnographic [...]

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India Inc – wake up! Social Networking’s here to stay.

January 11, 2010

Tweet An article titled Social Networking plagues India Inc which is based on a survey conducted by Assocham just goes to show that they’re really sleeping or threatened, while their world’s moving forward! A recent national survey conducted by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India’s (Assocham) Social Development Foundation revealed that 84% [...]

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My Lazy TEDIndia Post

November 8, 2009

Tweet Actually, my super lazy blogpost post TEDIndia. It was an absolutely fantastic experience and the best part was meeting such a great group of people. I feel incredibly fortunate, and humbled to have been a TEDIndia Fellow. I’ll be blogging more thoughts and pictures in the next few days, but for now, here’s a [...]

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Musings on knowledge, wisdom and the web

September 25, 2008

Tweet I should be focusing on a proposal I have to submit today and designing an innovative ethnographic approach to researching latent and future needs and expectations from automotive service, but I find myself distracted and lacking inspiration.  And I find myself preoccupied with thoughts of another kind.  I was in Bangalore on work and [...]

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Learning to be … through Learning Journeys

February 1, 2008

Tweet Mahatma Gandhi once said: “We must be the change we wish to see in the world.” My recent experience with the Learning Journey we organised for Clients actually reinforced to me that given the right balance of content with experiential immersions and a focus on ‘how’ learning would take place, learning-to-be can begin even [...]

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We participate therefore we are …

February 1, 2008

Tweet vs Great piece on Social Learning titled Minds on Fire: Open Education, the Long Tail, and Learning 2.0 by John Seely Brown and Richard P. Adler. The supercool text illustrations are by Susan E. Haviland. Some snippets I really enjoyed: What do we mean by “social learning”? Perhaps the simplest way to explain this [...]

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My week on a Learning Journey

January 14, 2008

Tweet I am just back from a week-long Learning Journey my colleague Shubhangi and I organised for a group of 10 very senior health-care professionals from the US who are on a Futures Task Force … it was intensive, immersive and really very rewarding. It’s been a Learning Journey for all of us – we [...]

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Information Flows: Enterprise 2.0

October 7, 2007

Tweet   Olivier at Headshift has a good post titled “Enterprise 2.0″ Performance:  Exploitation or Exploration?” Reminds me of a post I had done way back in 2004 called Revisiting Knowledge Management – Presence, Communication, Collaboration = FLOW. And that was pre-Twitter, pre-Facebook, pre-so-many-new-web-2.0-tools. How amazing it would be if we could turn random ideas, [...]

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