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What Are the Chances of Pragmatic Pathways for Social Business?

Luis Suarez

Of course it is! “ As a journalist, you know you are doing your job properly when you manage to upset rich, powerful and entitled people who are used to getting their own way.

SAP may be betting on the right horses, but how about the jockeys?

Martijn Linssen

It's not meant personally, and taking it as such would be such a waste of your time - so don't I took the newcomers as well as the already active SAP mentors, ignored everything but their name and company, and area of expertise of course.

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70:20:10 - A Framework for High Performance Development Practices

Charles Jennings

They simply remind us of the facts above – that the majority of learning and development comes through experiential and social learning in the workplace (the ‘70’ and ‘20’) rather than through formal classes and courses (the ‘10’).

stories connect knowledge

Harold Jarche

“Perhaps the most central thrust in KM [knowledge management] is to capture and make available, so it can be used by others in the organization, the information and knowledge that is in people’s heads as it were, and that has never been explicitly set down.” — KM World.

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Supporting self-managed team learning in the organisation

Jane Hart

But what these both have in common is that they are still a “ managed learning ” process. In this and my next post I am going to look at self-managed learning in an organization, and how that might be supported and scaffolded.

Managing Learning?

Charles Jennings

Learning can only be managed by the individual in whose head the learning is occurring. But they can’t manage the learning process for you. One of which is “if learning is managed by the learner, what will the technologies that support her look like in the next 3, 5, 10 years?”

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The differences between learning in an e-business and learning in a social business

Jane Hart

rich courses. knowledge sharing. Management. Learning = something that only happens in a classroom or when it has been designed for you and/or when there is a teacher/trainer involved. Supporting Personal Knowledge Management: tools, techniques, skills and behaviours.

Is it time for a BYOL (Bring Your Own Learning) strategy in your organization? #BYOL

Jane Hart

It will not be about designing personalised training nor managing people’s learning for them , but rather supporting their own personal learning strategies. Use Personal Knowledge Management (PKM) techniques as a continuous process of seeking, sense-making and sharing.

Informal learning, the 95% solution

Harold Jarche

It was part of the Taylorist, industrial model that also compartmentalized work and ensured that only managers were allowed to make decisions. But formal training, usually in the guise of courses, is like a hammer that sees all problems as nails.

Social Learning doesn’t mean what you think it does!

Jane Hart

The changes we are seeing in Workplace Learning are of course just one part of the changes we are seeing in businesses as whole. In other words those who think “social learning&# is just about a new training trend, or about adding social media into the &# blend&# , or that it is about acquiring the latest Social Learning Management System are missing the big picture. Learning only takes place in a classroom or in a course delivered from our LMS, where we monitor and track it.

digital workforce skills

Harold Jarche

Digital Sense Making + Personal Knowledge Management [Mastery]. Connecting people and knowledge is the focus of personal knowledge mastery. The discipline of PKM helps each person become a contributing node in a knowledge network.

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Working smarter

Jay Cross

Sometimes it’s easier to add smarts to the workflow (performance support) than to stuff things into people’s heads. Empowering people to take action rests on clearing obstacles out of the way and incorporating next practices into workflow. Higher ground.

Five Myths of Social Learning


Home > Social Learning > Five Myths of Social Learning Five Myths of Social Learning December 3rd, 2009 Goto comments Leave a comment There is no question that the rise of social networks is creating a profound shift in the way training departments are delivering knowledge to their employees, partners, and customers. Social learning is all about providing more flexible and responsive ways for delivering this knowledge through user generated content, engagement, and feedback.

Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

Elliott Masie Learners as designers. Branon Learning Management System App Stores Bob Little Apps, Not Courses Inge de Waard Augmented reality moves towards augmented learning with easy tools: Wikitude , Layar , ARToolKit.

Last Year's Predictions For 2008, Reviewed

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Less-democratic processes will lead to a clearer distinction between expert-generated knowledge and the overwhelming quantity of information available everyplace, making it easier to discern information quality. And we saw attempts, at least, to popularize 'less democratic' processes in the writings of Andrew Keen , the growth of Citizendium and, of course, the Britannica Blog. The content can be incorporated into class-based or distance-based courses.

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Is craigslist or eHarmony the Right Model for Enterprise 2.0?

Andy McAfee

As they explained this to me I was, of course, nodding my head vigorously in agreement. These questions are designed to reveal what kind of person a respondent is, and what kind of colleague she’d be. Presumably, the PP questions and user profiles will also be used by managers to select people into teams. This is largely an unpopular stance in IT organizations that tend to have leadership that skews to the more structured/workflow process types.