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Via Scoop.itLife in the Sharing Economy

In the first of a new TED-Ed series designed to catalyze curiosity, TED Curator Chris Anderson shares his boyhood obsession with quirky questions that seem to have no answers. (Introducing the series “Questions no one knows the answers to”).

Via blog.ted.com

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Via Scoop.itRunning Training Like a Business

The non-profit group behind thought-provoking TED conferences on Monday launched an education channel on YouTube in a bid to make learning irresistible.
Via www.youtube.com

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Via Scoop.itRunning Training Like a Business

Workplace and societal learning are evolving in Asia. China is focused on both internal and external markets for learning investments.
Via clomedia.com

A short and powerful read that will help you understand what is important to your Learners’ and your people in China including:

  • Certifications have a heavy focus. Having a globally recognized certification is even more impressive and greatly impacts one’s hiring and compensation prospects
  • Thriving businesses will have English level programs aimed at growing individuals’ competency
  • Mobile device penetration in cities is almost 90 percent, and people use them constantly at work. How can you use this to adapt and reach your employees learning?
  • Don’t be surprised if you review a CV and see a lot of roles…It is not unusual for a talented young person to have four jobs in two years — being headhunted away after just a few months for a higher salary
  • Using an enterprise-wide project management or collaboration system can really help drive coordination and optimisation of processes
  • Develop a program to help your people manage remotely
  • Understand and manage well the differences between pay scales globally and the requirements regarding time and intensity of work

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Via Scoop.itLife in the Sharing Economy

This collection of links and applications highlights over 60 quality educational resources that are available on the web.
Via www.webdistortion.com

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