Posts Tagged ‘YouTube’

Great use of YouTube by Dave Snowden

Posted by  admin —July 20, 2010
Filed in Facilitation, How Stuff Spreads & Changes, Vizual Thinking

I spent about 30 minutes putting together this post and if you have got a spare 20 minutes (and you are keen to challenge your own worldview), go grab a cup of tea and work your way through these videos. I have put them in an order that will make sense to someone exploring these concepts for the first time. ————————————————————————————————————– Why do we still see policies in workplaces like, “You Tube banned on Government Servers to stop staff wasting time!”, when staff could be learning stuff as rich as these videos from Dave Snowden? Dave is the Founder & Chief Scientific …

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More to YouTube than meets the eye

Posted by  admin —August 4, 2008
Filed in How Stuff Spreads & Changes, Humor & Fun

I often find myself showing people (and groups) stuff on YouTube. Why? Much of what I watch is fun and incredibly refreshing … not to mention all the learning that comes from watching the wares of this global, social-media experiment. 29 YouTube videos feature in my facilitation toolkit and help me to help groups better understand themselves. YouTube (and other sites like TED) is the reason I will not bother to replace my TV when it implodes. This live presentation (hat tip to Johnnie Moore) is a great 2008 snapshot of YouTube. Enjoy. (For those with less than 50 minutes and …

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