Sahana Chattopadhyay – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

Her work with various companies like Tata Interactive Systems, Zensar Technologies, ThoughtWorks and Future Group has given her a width of experience that spans instructional design, workplace learning strategy, knowledge management, social learning and community management, and people development. This includes areas of her expertise from the effectiveness of MOOCs in corporate learning to informal learning, collaboration, community management and organizational culture.

“Digital Mindset”: What Is It All About?

Learnnovators

This post is an attempt to distill some of the skills/attitude/knowledge that possibly make up the “digital mindset” In an attempt to crystallize the skill sets, some of the finer nuances have been lost. This diagram, by putting in perspective the characteristics of a workplace of the 21st Century, acts as a trigger to define certain qualities that everyone (employees, leaders, managers, partners, customers, and all other stakeholders) need to inculcate today.

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Working Out Loud: Using the Tools We Already Have

Learnnovators

The “ Publish a Post ” feature encourages thoughtful sharing around one’s area(s) of expertise and passion. It might encompass the entire process one followed when managing client expectation or the approach one took to learn about sketch-noting and implement the learning. She is passionate about helping organizations become learning organizations through community building, enabling personal knowledge management, and bringing working and learning together.

How Online Training can Lead your Sales Team to Success

ProProfs

The ‘gap’ between an excellent sales professional and a poor one hinges on their skills, knowledge and motivation. If you are supporting your elearning endeavors with an online sales training software , it will allow your sales executives to take part in branching scenario, elearning simulations and other relevant interactive online training exercises that help to boost sales expertise. This helps in long-term knowledge retention.

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I Believe in the Importance of a Personal Learning Network

Tom Spiglanin

Recognizing this learning and making good use of it requires effective personal knowledge management practices. Virtually every individual in my network has a variety of interests, talents, and areas of expertise. For knowledge workers in different fields, we have an awful lot to keep up with (wide and deep), and this is becoming increasingly impossible, especially at the increasing rate of change.

Personal Learning Networks: For Ongoing Learning in a Connected World

ID Reflections

Those with cutting edge skills in their core areas of expertise will continue to see demand for their work while others waiting for orgs to re-skill them might just run the risk of becoming irrelevant. One of the ways to keep on top of our game, and remain on the cutting edge of relevant skills and knowledge is to be a part of communities of practices and to focus on building and maintaining our PLNs with a deliberate intention to learn, share and collaborate.

Contest - Win a Free Copy of Digital Habitats via LearnTrends 2009

Tony Karrer

And while I know they all have a deep understanding of CoPs I tend to ask Etienne the theory questions, Nancy the technology questions and John the group dynamics questions. In one, Nancy White talks about triangulating internal training and capacity building with external actors who part of the training and who validate it; that leads to more connections between people and has gained manager support. I've known Nancy White and John Smith for quite a while.

Develop Work Skills

Tony Karrer

There are also several studies of knowledge worker practices that suggest that a lot of what is effective is quite personal. It's always interesting to hear the perspective of someone with a background in Knowledge Management discussing these things. How can the organization capture the knowledge, learning, etc.? Social bookmarking, searching browsing trails, capture of communications as clues to expertise.

Free learning & development webinars for July 2020

Limestone Learning

Do you feel you have enough knowledge and understanding to be able to have a brave conversation about race at your workplace? Through them, you’ll learn to manage the technology, get attendees to actively interact, and help presenters have a great time, too.

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Work Literacy of Social Learning Implementors

Vignettes Learning

The exchange of ideas is very rich with practical stories and theories. What is the role of the leader, trainer and manager in implementing the social learning process? I have been reviewing the blog discussions on Work Literacy Gap and Frameworks between Harold Jarche , Tony Karrer and Michelle Martin's. The discussions are very helpful in formulating my thoughts on the issues of social learning tools, technologies and impacts on performance.

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How to Become a Learning Organization (An Interview with Michelle Ockers)

Convergence Training

Michelle very kindly shared her time and knowledge to help us get up to speed. Learning Management Systems. Incident Management Software. And Michelle will be talking about learning organization theory. So it was about people working together, using that collective knowledge and learning to build capabilities and that that creates results that they care about. Traditionally, we think of “what’s the manager’s role in learning?”

Free learning & development webinars for July 2017

Limestone Learning

Wednesday, July 5, 2017, 10AM – 11AM PT: Tips for Selecting the Right Learning Management System (LMS) Choosing a Learning Management System (LMS) can be a daunting task—the technology landscape is broad, making it very difficult for organizations to know where to begin when searching for the right solution. Management expects new hires to contribute shortly after day one. Let’s face it, managers AND employees alike hate your current once-a-year annual process.

Working Smarter eFieldbook $12

Jay Cross

Knowledge work and learning to work smarter are becoming indistinguishable. Old-style training enraged many managers because it was separate from work. It needn’t be this way, particularly since knowledge work and learning are nearly indistinguishable. Knowledge workers create value in workscapes. In most cases, the knowledge work pays the freight; the informal learning comes along for the ride. Community Management 146. Managers 178.

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