Another quotable Friday

Here are some of the things I learned via Twitter this past week.

There were lots of quotable folks on Twitter this week, so that’s what I’m highlighting:

@charlesjennings “My credo: real learning is all about experience, practice, conversations and reflections – no more, no less.”

@hwakelam “Complex systems create fast space (simulation) improving engagement with physical space and helping adults play ~ John Smart”

@oscarberg ”Collaboration is in a more sorry state in most (even leading) large organisations than they dare to confess.” – “I have yet to experience an organisation where their collaboration practices are as good as they say.”

@JenniferSertl “As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being ~ Carl Jung”

@SebPaquet “Money has no smell, but reputation does.”

“the Knowledge makes us the most qualified cabbys in the world, twitter makes us the most informed” via @Jackcabnory & @KARLcabbyJAMES

@techherding “Starting a new business based on Apple “cloud” model. You pay me to buy a Ferrari, but I keep it for you.”

@susancain “In modern organizational life, the most important things are the ones you can’t measure ~ Roger Martin, at World Innovation Forum”

@ImaginaryTime “Organizations need to start regarding knowledge as an emergent property of social interaction as opposed to a material object.”

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