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It is not about avoiding thinking…(?)

January 30, 2013

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It is not about avoiding thinking and just wait for someone to present the solution. But this is often the case when you look at employees and managers participating in a briefing where an (cost-effective) consultant presents the solution. The same scenario can also be observed when the manager presents his plan to the employees. It is […]

Hvad skal kreative med moderne læringsprocesser?

October 19, 2010

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Svaret er, at kreative mennesker kan bruge moderne læring til noget, fordi netop forståelse for moderne læringsprocesser bedre sætter dem i stand til at facilitere og understøtte sociale processer, hvor man sammen konstruerer nyt. Læring = forandring = udvikling. Svaret på spørgsmålet kan rammesættes ved at undersøge, hvad der forstås ved læring og hvad læringsprocessen […]

Why should managers and leaders use modern learning theory and praxis?

September 12, 2010

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Company value What if company value basically is produced by transforming old knowledge through involved employees in accordance with the specific context? If value primarily is produced from this logic, then you can argue that it is not enough a few persons formulate what others shall do, how they shall do it and when. Nevertheless […]

Hvad skal ledere og chefer med moderne læringsforståelse?

August 28, 2010

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Værdi i virksomheden  Hvad nu hvis værdi i virksomheden og samfundet grundlæggende skabes ved at gammel viden forholdes i f.t. de involverede medarbejdere, og i forhold til præcis den situation (kontekst) som kræver at en helt særlig viden anvendes? Ja, hvis værdi primært skabes med afsæt i den logik – så er det ikke godt […]

Why is Collaborative Man® important?

June 23, 2010

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A challenge to find out ‘what’s going on’ It is interesting to look into how humans can make sense and navigate in daily life to meet the challenges of today and the future. The reason is that I experience that we generally have problems making sense. Making sense as understanding ‘what is going on’. It […]

Collaborative Man® in opposition to…

June 17, 2010

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Collaborative Man® is also a continued break in basic views on work processes, learning and management systems. Collaborative Man® represents a change in how we think and practice working together. From cooperative working to collaborative working processes. Further Collaborative Man® represents a continued break in the traditional way we think and practice learning. From traditional […]

Why should I become Collaborative Man?

May 24, 2010

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“I can manage the complex world alone. I often produce answers at work that seems logical – taking many aspects into consideration – and above all get accepted by my colleagues and my manager. They see me as smart and hard-working. I get credit. I get my knowledge from talking to a guy “down under”. […]