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OCTOBER 13, 2010 [Providers] 5 Steps to Enterprise Social Learning
The people in this role will provide oversight on usage and policy compliance, manage content, manage community engagement, track and report trends-needs-benefits-impact, and help resolve issues. Provide basic training for “users” on the administration and use of each selected platform or technology. Step 1 – Strategize : There is no one “right” Social Learning strategy, and there is no one right way to develop one. Deliverables: A Social Learning strategy and approach document. list of expected challenges, uncertainties and risks with a supporting mitigation plan.
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AUGUST 2, 2009 [Providers] Social Learning Primer
Please feel free to comment and provide feedback. I created this 16 minute social learning primer (podcast) to address some of the frequently asked questions and concerns about social learning, and to share some of my insights and suggestions gained from my experience helping client organizations with their social learning agendas. hope you find this primer useful. Tagged: learning, social learning, social media, social networking.
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JUNE 26, 2010 [Providers] Online Communites are Changing my World
This contact invited me to help create a new social learning website for a professional community, introduced me to some other people who included me in a conference event, and provided a professional recommendation for me on my Linked In profile. Should online communities have a better reputation? Should Should you join and participate in one more online community? Are online communities profoundly changing the world for the better? Here are four examples of how online communities have changed my world: I was organizing a conference in London UK for a client.
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AUGUST 22, 2009 [Providers] Free, High Quality, Reusable Content
Secondly, open source methods provide peer-to-peer reviews, a continuous formative evaluation process (in the form of ratings, comments, discussions, and reuse), and provide more opportunities to “tailor” the content to local settings and individual needs. Does this mean that open source methods to content development and sharing will bring an end to “formal” education and training, put all “training providers” and “traditional publishers” out of business? I guess your answer depends on who you are. Subject matter experts are not always the smartest people on earth.
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NOVEMBER 13, 2009 [Providers] Finding In-House Experts Isn’t Easy
Why is it so difficult to quickly find someone in my organization to answer a pressing question, provide advice about a procedure, explain how to use some software, or tell me where to find an expert, course, or document? My organization deployed a “expert locator” and “social networking” system in order to help employees quickly find and leverage in-house expertise but these systems provide a half baked solution. rely on my network to connect me to other people and information because I cannot know and will not try to know everything. I am not completely helpless.
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JANUARY 3, 2010 [Providers] Do We Need Sweeter Carrots and Sharper Sticks?
Rather than simply providing monetary gifts so that community members focus and concentrate on narrow targets such as sharing a certain number of podcasts or knowledge documents during each quarter, we need to explore new ways of intrinsically motivating learning community members using building blocks such as autonomy, mastery, and purpose. Learning or professional communities are “healthy” and beneficial to the organization when its members are intrinsically motivated to participate and contribute. What will intrinsically motivate community members? Dan Pink.
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DARETOSHARE [Providers] Learning to Change – Changing to Learn
| MONDAY, APRIL 12, 2010
It’s about providing
the best quality trainers and experts to learners no matter where they live and work. Watch this video on YouTube from May 2008 because the messages are still spot on. Although the video focuses on the educational system (Kindergarten through 12th grade), several of the messages are relevant to corporations and professional enterprises. There are a few concepts and ideas presented in this video that really grabbed my attention – such as: Learners are effective content developers and ommunicators. What are your thoughts? MORE >>
DARETOSHARE [Providers] Creating Safer Peer-to-Peer Learning Experiences
| THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 2010
This already happens today when employees provide
inferior advice and suggest inaccurate methods of working, through e-mail correspondence, phone calls, and face-to-face discussions. As a learning and development professional you are probably always on the lookout for ways to create more value – particularly for any ideas that don’t take a lifetime to develop and cost the Earth! But not all learning solutions of value need come at a great investment. The most powerful – and least leveraged – learning solution is peer-to-peer learning. Is it safe to use social media for learning? MORE >>
DARETOSHARE [Providers] Multiverse Social Learning
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 2009
These two examples provide
a different (mirrored) view of what is happening in real time. . My colleague ( Teemu Arina ) recently attended the Mobile Monday conference in Amsterdam. He suggested that I view a presentation made by Joe Pine II called “Multiverse.” This presentation was interesting and mind expanding. . link]. . Joe presented a framework to help us look at and think about our “real” and “virtual” experiences. He says innovation should focus on “experiences” rather than on “things.” We were all into “things” but now we are into “experiences.” For example: . MORE >>
DARETOSHARE [Providers] Is Social Media Vital to Your Company?
| WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2009
A recent study provides
some interesting insights and evidence. Will social media improve productivity? Is it vital to the company’s success? Will “employees use the media? Workers using social networking sites instead of doing their jobs has long been the bane of human resources departments across every industry. The survey questioned a broad spectrum of professionals across the global oil and gas industry including, industry engineers, geo-scientists and business managers. Department of Labor salary statistics). Tagged: social media. MORE >>
DARETOSHARE [Providers] Time for “new” training approaches
| SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2009
Learners read these blogs and provide
feedback and reactions to the trainer via blog comments. Learners provide
comments and feedback for others to see. Trainers should continually provide
learning guidance and assistance to all of their learners each and every day. . Corporate learning has not changed much since the days when it was first delivered. Still, we often see learners sitting in classrooms that are arranged so that all of the eyes face towards the front of the room – towards the expert who knows everything we need to know. Before a training event. . MORE >>
- [Providers] Twitter as a learning tool DARETOSHARE | SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2009
- [Providers] Overcoming Social Learning Challenges DARETOSHARE | TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 2009
- [Providers] Social Learning Model DARETOSHARE | FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2009
- [Providers] What’s so social about social media? DARETOSHARE | SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 2009
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