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24.10.2015

Capitalisation of training assets in Knowledge Management environments

Capitalisation of training assets in Knowledge Management environments
Why capitalise on an organisation’s training assets? To answer this, first of all we need to reflect upon these questions: how much budget has been invested in training projects, the end results of which were soon filed away and forgotten? How many training resources already existing within the organisation could be used as self-learning courses? A knowledge management environment within the organisation can guarantee: more efficient archiving of teaching materials, providing a repositor...
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23.10.2015

NURTURING SKILLS WITH OPEN BADGES

NURTURING SKILLS WITH OPEN BADGES
Through Open Badges, Expo not only feeds the planet but skills too: the EU Pavilion at the Universal Expo in Milan was animated and brought to life by 840 young volunteersfrom all over Europe willing to embark upon an educational and relational project.   Selected by Ciessevi (Voluntary Services Centre for the Metropolitan City of Milan) and trained in in eLearning by Amicucci Formazione, the volunteers found in the Expo Experience an opportunity to grow their wealth of experience and knowledge, to...
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07.10.2015

The Paris “42 Born to Code” School

The Paris “42 Born to Code” School
What would a new school for the modern age be like? Is it possible for an entrepreneur to create a model that can stimulate state bureaucracy? On 27 August 2015 Piero Angela addressed these questions, presenting a unique school based in Paris.   Over the past 30 years I have asserted many times that curriculums, text books and exams should be abolished in schools, and students oriented towards problem solving rather than learning the solutions to problems that have not been posed. In businesses too...
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18.09.2015

Project management in 12 steps

Project management in 12 steps
Want to learn to manage a project in three months? Are you already a project manager, but you would like a practical manual to guide you and refresh your memory on the various stages of a project? All you need are 12 steps, one step per week, and in three months your approach to the project will be completely changed. In general projects are associated with engineers and architects, and it is thought they are only needed to build complex structures like buildings, a bridge or a factory. Project planni...
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