MSLOC Online - April 2012

Students, faculty, staff, and alumni of Northwestern University's MS Learning & Organizational Change Program share knowledge, insights, and opinions about transforming organizations. Join the conversation!

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  1. MSLOC TURNS 10!
    MSLOC celebrates ten successful years in 2012.  We are remembering the last ten years in a Remember.com online memory bank and will celebrate at the Future Focus 10th Anniversary Celebration on May 5th.
  2. THE KNOWLEDGE LENS
    Mary Gardner Burelle's MSLOC Capstone Executive Summary is published on The Knowledge Lens, our forum for sharing thought leadership on learning and organizational change.
  3. MSLOC BLOGGERS
    A growing number of MSLOC students, faculty and alumni blog about learning and organizational change and other related topics. Bree Berman, current student, is the latest to join this group. She started a blog this month called Kids Can Do It. We Can Help.

    Evolving Strategies by Sandy Schwan, MSLOC 2003 & MSLOC Executing Strategic Change Instructor
    Great Moments by Susan Barrett-Kelly, MSLOC 2011 & MSLOC Foundations Coach
    judah buddha by Judah Kurtz, MSLOC 2009
    Learning. Change. By Design. by Jeff Merrell, MSLOC 2006 & MSLOC Creating & Sharing Knowledge Instructor
    Product Talk by Teresa Torres, MSLOC Student
    Speak the Culture by Heather Daigle, MSLOC 2009

    Read some of the April blog posts from the MSLOC community listed below.
  4. MSLOC ONLINE CONVERSATION
    The Twitter #msloc and Google+ conversation continued in April...get a glimpse into the conversation below.

    108 students, faculty, alumni and staff are now on the @NU_MSLOC Twitter MSLOC Community list.
    To join the conversation, start following the Twitter list and the people on it and add the MSLOC Google+ page to a circle.
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