Network Thinking and Network Learning – Harold Jarche

In this insightful blog post Harold Jarche explores the difference between network-centric and hierarchy-centric thinking:

  1. Adaptability instead of control
  2. Emergence instead of predictability
  3. Resilience and redundancy instead of rock stardom
  4. Contributions before credentials
  5. Diversity and divergence

In this second post Jarche gives a detailed introduction to the concept of Network Learning (Personal Knowledge Management) and sense-making.


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