Image via Shutterstock By John Hagel and John Seely Brown In his 1992 novel Snow Crash, Neal Stephenson envisioned the Metaverse: A three-dimensional manifestation of the Internet in which people interact and collaborate via digitally-constructed avatars. Show More Summary
John Seely Brown, Independent Co-Chairman, Deloitte LLP Center for the Edge shares his perspectives in this brief video filmed at a recent workshop comprised of 20 business executives and thought leaders on the Internet of Things (IoT). Show More Summary
Deloitte's Center for the Edge researches and analyzes issues and topics related to corporate growth. It is run by two Silicon Valley luminaries - John Hagel and John Seely Brown. They recently released The Hero's Jouney Through the Landscape of...
John Seely Brown spoke eloquently on extreme learning for coping with extreme change, e.g. now. He talked about how extreme learning resembles play and challenged us to create environments where imagination could flourish.
Veteran researcher John Seely Brown says some accomplished World of Warcraft players would probably make great employees. "I would rather hire a high-level World of Warcraft player than an MBA from Harvard," he states at the top of a...Show More Summary
Watch this video which contains the highlights of John Seely Brown’s “Cultivating the Entrepreneurial Learner” keynote at the 2012 Digital Media and…
Matt McAlister makes a distinction between leading and managing in this examination of Chinese motorcycle supply chain dynamics: Matt McAlister, Leadership lessons from China John Seely Brown and John Hagel examine how a network ofShow More Summary
Image by dkuropatwa via Flickr How'd you like to know "how our concept of knowledge is changing in the age of the Net"? (John Seely Brown quoted from the dust jacket) Since I first heard David Weinberger say: "The smartest person in the room is: The Room!" I've repeated it often. Show More Summary
I’m at the Internet Librarian 2011 conference, and here are some of my notes. Enjoy! Monday’s keynote presentation was given by John Seely Brown – The topic – A new culture of learning for a world of constant change – the entrepreneurial learner in the Internet age How do we cultivate constantly learning in today’s [...]
The Multiplier Effect - John Hagel and John Seely Brown: Mr Donaldson and Mr Cuomo [of MITRE] hired two social network analysis researchers from Babson College, Salvatore Parise and Bala Iyer, to ascertain where information flowed most...Show More Summary
Steven Johnson's fantastic new compendium of essays, interviews, and insights on innovation by big thinkers like Richard Florida, John Seely Brown, Peter Drucker and many more. Brain Pickings takes 450+ hours a month to curate and edit across the different platforms. Show More Summary
Written by John Hagel, John Seely Brown and Giovanni Rodriguez America is in crisis – as is much of the world. In America, seven million people have lost their jobs during the recession and another 2.8 million are only marginally attached to the workforce, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Besides the human [...]
The only education book Atlantic Magazine includes on its list of 10 Essential Books for the summer is A New Culture of Learning. "Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown bring a refreshing perspective on the subject with equal parts insight,...Show More Summary
A New Culture of Learning by John Seely Brown and Doug Thomas This short book (136 pages) is inspiring. I just read it a second time, something I very rarely do. These paragraphs lept out and grabbed me: Peer-to-Peer Learning In the new culture of learning, people learn through their interaction and participation with one another in [...]
Why Should Businesses Become More Social? - Stowe Boyd: A post in the Future Of Work series over at the Podio blog, where I agree with John Hagel III and John Seely Brown that social tools are uniquely structured to help businesses thrive in a time of increasing uncertainty.
I’ve been slowly but surely working my way through John Seely Brown’s (and others) new book Pull, and I’m liking it quite a bit. It sets up a pretty convincing picture of what it means to be living in a world where we make our way through the many connections that are now possible in [...]