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October 19, 2009


Stony River @stonyriver

Please do not conform to the boring majority ~ it is too easy to watch the Simpletons on TV and never ever have a thought ~ You will never be like this ~ at the same time I agree with this astute and insightful piece whole-heartedly ~ my tiny addition is that Mega-Universities are those which totally embrace eLearning ~ http://bit.ly/m1hta ~ and I see the future in AU Education as contracting successful Online O'seas Global Standards Mega-Universities ~ as there is nothing here in AU that will compete (the opportunity of AU being a world leader I think has been lost) ~ perhaps a little research into these Universities will lead to a very wholesome and inspiring future for You. Perhaps you could even stay where you are if you want and still be highly efficient and effective and ethical as you obviously are already. As we both know Brilliance leaves this country in droves, often through frustration ~ you may do it with the twist of not really leaving. Perhaps you will be the first to offer AU EDU Online Learning from O'seas Institutions.

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Harold Jarche

I think there are great opportunities in combining good marketing and learning. Perhaps your skillset is best suited for a role that barely exists, yet. From a previous post of mine:
"Social learning and social networking are growing in importance for many businesses, often as customer support, branding or marketing initiatives. However, HR or T&D are not driving social media use in most organizations. Learning through social networks is becoming an integral part of business and many learning professionals are missing out on it.

There is an opportunity for those who can combine an understanding of business, communication technologies and human learning to develop better social business models. We are in a period when learning professionals are needed more than ever but many lack technology and business skills and cannot help their organizations. The challenge is to get out of the traditional training mindset and open up to the 92% of the business that is currently being ignored."

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