I am probably going off topic but would welcome some comments. Long ago ( more than ten years) I started with Management Theory At Work, a conference that included practitioners as well as academics. There were only two though I have contributed to starting a third online version - #mtw3 but this is even further off topic.
Management Learning seems to have morphed into Leadership. This seems to avoid too much complexity around systems. The location in Lancaster for Networked Learning has moved into Education but the Business School aspect is still in background presumably.
Meanwhile at BETT last week there was "EdTech" on the BETT Futures stage. There was Leadership for HE and FE but these were closed to the general visitor. Sometimes I think that leadership is another word for senior management, just a bit more secretive than usual. Is there going to be organisational change in HE and FE? How is this described if it was a subject?
More or less back on topic, is there a lens for this as networked learning?