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Wednesday
Oct 13th, 2010
10:30 AM - 11:20 AM
Meeting Room 303B
Pacific Time
Web 2.0 is more than a set of tools; it is a "platform" for organization, characterized by decentralized and emergent versus command-and-control leadership models. Can our institutions leverage the new realities of social media for better decision making and outcomes? This session will highlight the theory and practice of an "agile university."
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RT @bcrisler Most successful corporations are willing to entertain ideas that would kill current models. #E10_SESS005 #hewebgov

It's been said that the most successful corporations are willing to entertain ideas that would kill current models. #E10_SESS005

#E10_SESS005 Is this volcano the anti-PPM?

I wish people would use the session tags. I keep seeing stuff about #E10_SESS005 fly by on #EDUCAUSE intermixed with vendor announcements.

#E10_SESS005 Very interesting session on complex adaptive knowledge systems; agility just one part of it. Thought-provoking.

Are there universities already doing this agile mode? Career/tech colleges? For-Profits? #E10_SESS005


Comments

RT @bcrisler Most successful corporations are willing to entertain ideas that would kill current models. #E10_SESS005 #hewebgov

It's been said that the most successful corporations are willing to entertain ideas that would kill current models. #E10_SESS005

#E10_SESS005 Is this volcano the anti-PPM?

I wish people would use the session tags. I keep seeing stuff about #E10_SESS005 fly by on #EDUCAUSE intermixed with vendor announcements.

#E10_SESS005 Very interesting session on complex adaptive knowledge systems; agility just one part of it. Thought-provoking.

Are there universities already doing this agile mode? Career/tech colleges? For-Profits? #E10_SESS005