Tag Archives: learning

Corporate-wide coderetreat by talboomerik

Corporate-wide coderetreat has been posted on our Co-Learning blog. Read the full article here: http://colearningbe.wordpress.com/2012/09/05/corporate-wide-coderetreat/

Free Retreats, our way to serve you and grow competence. by Jurgen De Smet

Free Retreats, our way to serve you and grow competence. has been posted on our Co-Learning blog. Read the full article here: http://colearningbe.wordpress.com/2012/09/05/practiceinretreats/

ALE2012, Culture Hacking & more…

This is the first opportunity for me to write a couple of words related to my ALE2012 Conference attendance and I can not do anything else than starting this article with a big THANK YOU to the organizers and fellow attendees! They made it worth it (again)! I grabbed the opportunity to go to Barcelona and enjoy 2 things that make my life worth living: (1) my family & (2) co-learn with all around. It is one of those rare opportunities one can combine those things together thanks
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Let’s go for the full Scrumbam by Erik Talboom

“Let’s go for the full Scrumbam” has been published on our Co-Learning blog by Erik Talboom. Read the full article here: http://colearningbe.wordpress.com/2012/07/10/lets-go-for-the-full-scrumbam/

Johan Tré is writing: “human effective learning” by Jurgen De Smet

“Johan Tré is writing: “human effective learning”” has been posted on our Co-Learning blog. Read the full article here… http://colearningbe.wordpress.com/2012/05/29/johan-tre-is-writing-human-effective-learning/

Mix’em Up! The power of networks…

I have always believed that one model doesn’t fit all and that the best results emerge when intelligently apply different models/systems according to specific situations (see services description). And I bet everyone of you also realizes this, even if it is only deep inside of you. This kind of belief is very related to one of my favorite subjects: “complexity thinking” which indicates that several small models/systems are in general stronger, more resilient to change and problems than a big single one. There is of course a lot more behind “complexity
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