In last Wednesday’s HBR blog post titled “How Do You Know What You Think You Know”, Neil Bearden highlights the importance of asking the question “How do you know that?”. In Oneslate, you can record for immediate self-validation and for … Continued
Monthly Archives: October 2013
Here are a dozen short tutorial videos in a Youtube playlist to accompany the new tutorial page.
The Oneslate application’s visual appearance has been updated. The new top bar contains: Home icon Search form (to find matching existing nodes) View Lists icon (presents latest, following, recently rated node columns) Add Node icon Options icon (account settings) User … Continued
Last week, John Dame and Jeffrey Gedmin had an article in HBR’s blog called Three Tips For Overcoming Your Blind Spots. They made some good points, so I do a recap below before extending the discussion on biases with the … Continued
The following image displays an overview of Oneslate navigation and common functions. This quick reference may be useful as an aid during and after initial introduction. A team-wide 30 minute meeting should be all it takes for system deployment, to … Continued
Treestreams have been recently rolled out to the hosted Oneslate instances. Treestreams include all rooted trees, ranked by most recently expanded, and they disclude singleton (unlinked) nodes. So, if tree is linked to multiple parent nodes, the transcluded tree is … Continued