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The Twitter Chat Conundrum (Part One)

Learning Rebels

All usually, “learning” related. For learning? Do we use chats for increased knowledge? To create more value, where an hour after the chat I’m still thinking about the topic and what I learned. Don’t get me wrong, chats are very important to growth of learning and development and in no way am I saying the conversation needs to stop. We could learn from social media managers and build an events calendar.

Utilizing Social Learning for Workplace Learning: What Can Learners and Managers Do?

G-Cube

Social media is here to stay. Modern users are utilizing social media in a number of ways – get updates, shop, connect, collaboration and even learn. Social learning tools which are easily accessible to all can be extremely effective for corporate trainings as well, aiding and re-enforcing the effects of formal learning initiatives. What can Learners do to ensure Social Learning success? e-Learning

Learning Management Systems Promote Knowledge Sharing

TOPYX LMS

Promotion of knowledge sharing – Last but certainly not least, the promotion of knowledge sharing is a vital component to good company culture. Knowledge sharing happens when information is voluntarily passed from one person to another, whether it is done so formally or informally. When a company’s culture is built on knowledge sharing, there is often a high level of trust among peers. Knowledge Sharing Creates Unrivaled Company Culture.

Learning Management Systems Promote Knowledge Sharing

TOPYX LMS

Promotion of knowledge sharing – Last but certainly not least, the promotion of knowledge sharing is a vital component to good company culture. Knowledge sharing happens when information is voluntarily passed from one person to another, whether it is done so formally or informally. When a company’s culture is built on knowledge sharing, there is often a high level of trust among peers. Knowledge Sharing Creates Unrivaled Company Culture.

Should your corporate training strategy move to the MOOC?

Your Training Edge

However, all other aspects in your training strategy are closely linked with the Learning and Development (L&D) methodology that you will use to execute your strategy. This number not only includes training, but also other talent initiatives such as maintaining the knowledge management systems and creating personal development plans. Transitioning to the MOOC greatly reduces your organization’s learning footprint.

Learning Resolutions: Promises Can't Take a Punch

OpenSesame

They can come from traffic jams, they can come from unresponsive software, but ultimately I think we invite them through our poor decisions in communication, time management, and task management to name a few. To support this effort, I am doing a better job of calendaring my commitments. Trust the Plan: My plan is "Social First." Success with social does not happen overnight, I know this and yet the pressure is always on for results. Learning Resolutions

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