[sackville, nb, canada]
not sure when/how first heard of Howard.. many years ago.. do know one of first resonations was with the – perpetual beta ness.. i believe i first heard this term from ..? Seth..? but who knows who he heard it from.. perhaps Harold..?
when i first added Harold to this site (from perpetual beta page):
via tweets on attribution\ness page –
perpetual beta: seek > find > adapt http://jarche.com/services/books-in-beta/ … learn how to succeed in the network era
adding his page same day as this..
Luis Suarez (@elsua) tweeted at 4:35 PM – 6 Oct 2016 :
Life in the gig economy – https://t.co/1rIlvjBdOn by @hjarche / 1 of the bravest articles you’ll read this year #freelancing #socbiz #kmers (http://twitter.com/elsua/status/784160092845383680?s=17)
which i’ve read before.. but wondering what convo w Harold (and Will and …) would be like.. so many resonations.. but also.. so many diff’s.. ie: focus on w/in work/ed ness..so today.. would love convo about being on the edge ness.. the limit of the edge.. so that ie: having to stay ahead for moneys sake is no longer relevant.. et al
Harold Jarche (@hjarche) tweeted at 9:30 PM – 18 Oct 2016 :
a common framework to test new organizational models and better ways of coordinating human work https://t.co/KGXCP24DsL #PerpetualBeta https://t.co/7zcsHp6buA (http://twitter.com/hjarche/status/788583180764909568?s=17)
People can never be more efficient than machines. All we can do is be more curious, more creative, and more empathetic
from videos posted on his site:
social learning is the way that we learn naturally.. as humans.. we are social learners
we learn dress norms at the work place
but.. what if the work place isn’t natural..
social learning happens outside the classroom
outside the work space.. too.. since work ness is based on man made os of money.. no?
social learning is 90% outside of the classroom
so why spend our whole day.. 12+ years in it..? i’d say same with work spaces of today..
follow the people who make sense for you.. why are you on sm in the first place.. working on noise
Harold Jarche (@hjarche) tweeted at 2:24 PM – 20 Nov 2016 :
Wallowing in the post-truth media surround is not an option for an engaged citizenry https://t.co/78yiVZwtTzhttps://t.co/ot84WkCD1W (http://twitter.com/hjarche/status/800449846255767553?s=17)
*Wallowing in the post-truth media surround is not an option for an engaged citizenry. Ignoring our interconnected reality is a luxury we cannot afford. Whether it be PKMastery, crap detection, working out loud, new literacies, or something else does not matter. We all need to get out of our filter bubbles and engage our networked world
Harold Jarche (@hjarche) tweeted at 7:30 AM – 12 Feb 2017 :
we have enough training https://t.co/gSqn0EqhFx https://t.co/TOXcnT8cfA (http://twitter.com/hjarche/status/830786264144175104?s=17)Compliance training is a standard response by industry regulators when dealing with human performance issues.
Only when there is a genuine lack of skills and knowledge, is training required.
curiosity is the cat
I mean really, when it comes to learning, what comes before curiosity?
and we master it from the get go
Kids are curious as hell when they’re 3, 4, 5 years old.
is fixing school our best bet (use of energy)..
So, what are we doing in schools to develop curious, connected, learners –
1/ @hjarche “Once everyone is identified in the system with a variety of attributes, could some form of artificial intelligence then be used to arrange work [AKA Management]” https://t.co/4QMxYyiqHJ
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/EskoKilpi/status/975631668961841152
Harold Jarche (@hjarche) tweeted at 6:14 AM – 18 Apr 2018 :
Training looks at how people currently do work and then gets others to replicate this. These are described as competencies, made up of certain, skills, knowledge, and attitudes. The assumption is that what works today will work tomorrow https://t.co/vFb4GTI0tfhttps://t.co/F36Krw82R3(http://twitter.com/hjarche/status/986578610952818688?s=17)
Learning is the new literacy. https://t.co/y2zwzMAqaE
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/jseelybrown/status/987846171866509312
By not being active learners we lose the agility to react quickly to changing situations.
What they (gamers) do not do is look for the rule book.
First find a community of practice.
imagine doing this everyday.. via 2 convos
@BryanAlexander Education without debt is fantastic. But add debt to a general education, that does not have direct job prospects, only creates indentured servants, IMO
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/hjarche/status/1010300222801661952
aren’t we already indentured servants (12+ yrs and ongoing mindset).. if we think we a need a degree (aka: pkg deal) to define us..?
The easier it is to describe your job, the greater the chances it will get automated
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/hjarche/status/1014620862807445504
in all the realms
‘the easier it is to describe.. ‘
Harold Jarche (@hjarche) tweeted at 5:32 PM on Fri, Jul 06, 2018:
A bit simplistic, especially from people who were not there. My grandfather refused to join the Nazi party. It cost him his ration card. He had to find other ways to feed his family of 7. None of this is simple. Many more comments (and thoughts) are required https://t.co/I4pdsfx6Hs
Have you read Atlas Shrugged? I have
Have you read the The Fountainhead? I have
Have you read Anthem? I have
They are crap
Please go ahead and live your life with the people around you
Ayn Rand is not worth your time
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/hjarche/status/1051999795185942528
Harold Jarche (@hjarche) tweeted at 6:18 AM – 17 Jan 2019 :
Writing started us down an unequal and mostly patriarchal road that dominated most of the world into the age of print. Will the network age retrieve some of the egalitarianism of tribal societies? https://t.co/G37b7IpaU9https://t.co/Nre63Y9cBW(http://twitter.com/hjarche/status/1085889075121254400?s=17)
post from jan 2019
..it was changes in how we communicate that triggered changes in how we organize. .Perhaps it was not agriculture but the written word that allowed for more command & control and therefore less equal societies.
descola control law – control of stock .. control of communication
Will our future leaders be those who exert influence through reputation and not positional power, as those honourably-buried ancients in Sungir may have done so long ago?
from Harold – alphabet vs the goddess
took notes/quotes on alphabet page
@monk51295 You may find this of interest “Each monotheistic religion features an imageless Father deity whose authority shines through His revealed Word, sanctified in its written form.” —Leonard Schlain https://t.co/IqnyzK6J3H
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/hjarche/status/1085945129993728000
If print enabled democracy, will the emerging electric/digital medium destroy it? https://t.co/HKG8RblpR8https://t.co/ZJa6LfYxoJ
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/hjarche/status/1086342467744612352
this post from dec 2017
With every part of the political spectrum feeding us fake news and the events in far-off countries having effects on our own borders, each citizen in a democracy has to become an informed sense-maker..t
Therefore ensuring we have unfettered access to information, as citizens with inalienable rights, becomes paramount.
rather.. what’s paramount is that we having spaces of permission with nothing to prove.. where people can get back to thinking for themselves.. and as that happens.. people will be more aware of what info they do/don’t want.. and less likely to spend their days making false info
Our current non-networked institutions are inadequate organizational forms to deal with a liquid world. We need new network forms..t
(from link) Finding communities of practice, where we can safely test alternative ways of thinking and doing, becomes a priority.
1\ we have to understand ourselves. To make any progress collectively we must know our own selves first..t
2\ we have to connect our humanity and knowledge..t
3\ we have to ensure collective human oversight into all network and machine systems so they are not abused by powerful interests opposed to democracy..t
let’s try gershenfeld something else law for all that..
Harold Jarche (@hjarche) tweeted at 5:24 AM – 26 Apr 2019 :
Working and learning in complexity means letting go of certainty while continuously improving our sensemaking https://t.co/lT8sc4Pp9u (http://twitter.com/hjarche/status/1121736700714266625?s=17)
as a not yet scrambled child .. no?
Harold Jarche (@hjarche) tweeted at 4:52 AM – 14 May 2019 :
I summarized 97 posts on #innovation to help out a client. It took me a few hours. This is the power of 15 years of blogging — an outboard brain I can easily access. In addition, by cooperating in the open it gives back to my networks and may in the long term give back to me https://t.co/wDMSzvcEn1 (http://twitter.com/hjarche/status/1128251703797735424?s=17)
Harold Jarche (@hjarche) tweeted at 4:49 AM – 16 Jul 2019 :
Our species is really Homo discens, or ‘learning man’. If we stop learning socially, we will go backwards. Social learning is essential for human civilization. https://t.co/7DsXlRaHKChttps://t.co/TTCUjltV0N (http://twitter.com/hjarche/status/1151081299878305796?s=17)
Social learning is essential for human civilization.
thinking – perhaps civilization/success/progress isn’t the point.. so too.. learning.. isn’t the point.. rather being (so playing closer to the point.. but still perhaps limiting/missing us.. by thinking there has to be a/any focus.. liking curiosity because it comes from within each one.. each day a new.. if we let it)
so much on wikipedia page that makes me want life to not be about learning..
Harold Jarche (@hjarche) tweeted at 5:16 PM on Tue, Oct 29, 2019:
The world is too complex for singular leaders: “A group of individuals whose collective behavior is controlled by a single individual cannot behave in a more complex way than the individual who is exercising the control” https://t.co/fdaebmO5Y1https://t.co/zVSehed1cx
‘leaders know that hosting others is the only way to get complex, intractable problems solved’ – meg wheatley
“Everyone should take the advice of Donella Meadows— “We can’t control systems or figure them out. But we can dance with them!”” complex networks of trust by @hjarche https://t.co/7M6EpyeVe9
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/timkastelle/status/1203748344822030336
Only global networks of trust can work on this complex problem. These networks start with individuals connecting to each other..t
ai humanity needs: augmenting interconnectedness
The world is too complex for elites and hierarchies. All citizens have to be engaged in sensemaking..t
(aka: of an undisturbed ecosystem..‘in undisturbed ecosystems ..the average individual, species, or population, left to its own devices, behaves in ways that serve and stabilize the whole..’ –Dana Meadows)
Everyone should take the advice of Donella Meadows — “We can’t control systems or figure them out. But we can dance with them!”..t
The emerging networked commons will need an educated and aggressively engaged citizenry to Seek > Sense > Share our knowledge. Trusted knowledge networks are the key to our growth as a society.
let’s do this first: free art-ists.