About M. Chitty

enterprise, entrepreneurship, community, culture, bread making, fish keeping and family....

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  • M. shared from The New Social Learning: Connect. Collaborate. Work., 2nd Edition by Tony Bingham, Marcia Conner
    It’s time to expand that conversation, to talk about innovation beyond tools—to talk about innovation as an art, as a behavior, and as a necessity for survival and progress.
  • M. shared from The New Social Learning: Connect. Collaborate. Work., 2nd Edition by Tony Bingham, Marcia Conner
    Senior leaders consider employees’ knowledge a strategic priority, yet they often leave the topic of learning out of strategy discussions because years ago they relegated it to the training department.
  • M. shared from The New Social Learning: Connect. Collaborate. Work., 2nd Edition by Tony Bingham, Marcia Conner
    Content and communities are shaping how people find and connect with each other. —Gautam Ghosh
  • M. shared from The New Social Learning: Connect. Collaborate. Work., 2nd Edition by Tony Bingham, Marcia Conner
    A culture of learning often produces great achievement but a culture of achievement rarely results in great learning. —Drew Perkins
  • M. shared from Intelligent Kindness: Reforming the Culture of Healthcare by John Ballatt, Penelope Campling
    It is a strong and wise chief executive who recognises that a large part of the job is to manage their own anxiety, to restrain their tendency to pass it on to staff, and to model and manage this approach through their fellow senior managers. An effective leader understands what their staff’s work involves and can listen well enough to identify the barriers that make it difficult to do. A mature leader can ask, rather than tell, staff how to achieve difficult targets. An intelligent and honest leader recognises that saying that something is so (‘we are a people-centred organisation’, for...