The Knowledge and Learning Transfer Problem

Performance Learning Productivity

The myth of knowledge transfer The same could be said of the phrase ‘knowledge transfer’. We can’t and don’t transfer knowledge between people. We can create and use techniques and approaches that help and facilitate knowledge acquisition. But we don’t transfer knowledge.

Crowd source your corporate knowledge

Challenge to Learn

I’m investigating crowd sourcing of corporate knowledge. In their view it is no longer the role of the Learning and Development department to control and steer the learning and knowledge management of the employees but to facilitate it.

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7 Knowledge Retention Techniques For eLearning

Obsidian Learning

New post 7 Knowledge Retention Techniques For eLearning on Obsidian Learning. They say that knowledge is power, but it’s only powerful if your learners are able to effectively retain and recall the information when the need arises. Applying Knowledge Retention Techniques In eLearning.

Knowledge Worker Problem-Solving Approach

The E-Learning Curve

Knowledge working is bound within the organizational context: knowledge workers use their skills and experience to innovate solutions to real-world problems Continue Reading → The post Knowledge Worker Problem-Solving Approach appeared first on E-Learning Curve Blog.

Seven Simple Secrets to Off-the-Shelf Course Success

and knowledge that prepares the learner for those day-to-day actions. knowledge” objectives (the ones that start with understand, know, remember) are. learner forgot to use the new skills or knowledge. Seven Simple Secrets to. Off-the-Shelf Course Success.

I Believe in the Importance of Personal Knowledge Management

Tom Spiglanin

The answer lies across several domains of a knowledge worker’s practice. These are good practices that help us grow our knowledge, but what we really need are mindful, disciplined processes for managing it on a daily basis. Capturing Knowledge. Developing Knowledge.

The Half-Life of Knowledge Workers

The E-Learning Curve

I'm discussing the current role of knowledge workers, how it's changing, and will propose a definition for a new type of digital worker that's emerging Continue Reading → The post The Half-Life of Knowledge Workers appeared first on E-Learning Curve Blog. Knowledge Work Learning Environment Organizational Learning Workplace Learning congnitive enterprise definition of knowledge work economic downturn Knowledge Economy knowledge ecosystem knowledge worker New Asian Tigers

How to use the new 70:20:10 rule for knowledge sharing

Challenge to Learn

I discovered a new rule for knowledge sharing, the 70:20:10 rule. In any given company 10% of the employees is willing to actively share their knowledge. About 20% of the employees is willing to share knowledge if they are invited, and 70% will not share knowledge at all, they are just consumers. I found these figures in working with our corporate clients who use Easygenerator as a way to facilitate knowledge sharing between their subject matter experts.

Virgin Media: Recording employee knowledge

Visual Lounge

Our very own Innovation Strategist, Troy Stein, flew to the UK earlier this year to visit Virgin Media to see how one of the largest media companies was using Snagit to document and share the invaluable knowledge of some of their most experienced employees.

The Secret to Getting Learning Results May Not Be What You Think

If application, knowledge transfer, and. knowledge transfer, we can’t focus on. knowledge delivery alone. a series of learning and knowledge activities, along with a heavy dose of structured. knowledge and demonstrated. of skills, abilities, and knowledge.

Data is Not Knowledge

The Peformance Improvement

Many people make the mistake of confusing information with knowledge. Knowledge involves the interpretation of information. Knowledge involves listening. Are we turning that data and information into knowledge that can be applied for the betterment of our organizations?”.

Mine or Ours? The Case For Knowledge Sharing

Dashe & Thomson

Knowledge SharingOne of the hardest lessons to learn growing up is how to share – how to share your toys, your candy, and maybe your room with a sibling. As a child, it’s difficult to get past the thought “but, it’s MINE!”

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Knowledge is created, not communicated

The eLearning Nomad

He said that traditional pedagogy treats people like empty vessels to be filled with knowledge (the “banking” approach to education) and he called for an approach that treats the learner as a co-creator of knowledge. His techniques focus on facilitating groups that create knowledge together while they learn new skills. We can provide learners with information , not knowledge. I love this phrase.

Advanced Mobility: Supporting Knowledge Sharing

Upside Learning

Mobile Learning knowledge creation knowledge production knowledge sharing Mobility Performance SupportOne of the world’s largest technology solutions providers (offering enterprise software and hardware solutions) had come to us with an interesting training requirement. The organisation wanted to leverage the expertise of its star performers. They wanted a way make it easier for their especially successful sales people to share their experiences with others in the […].

4 Ways to Close the Learning-Doing Gap for Front-Line Managers [GUIDE]

employees have the knowledge and skills. struggle with applying their new knowledge on the job. managers will then use these new skills and knowledge. Apply: With her new skills and knowledge, Sue is ready to try applying SMART in her conversations for a couple of weeks.

Getting Started With Knowledge Management

Geenio

In this article you will find a list of basic recommendations that can be used to establish knowledge management in an organization. If your company treats its employees’ expertise with the respect it deserves, you can use the information

Managing to Learn, Learning to Manage in the Knowledge Economy

The Peformance Improvement

In our new book, MINDS AT WORK: Managing for Success in The Knowledge Economy , David Grebow and I lay the foundation for companies to compete in the 21st century knowledge economy by focusing on the incredible potential of empowering and enabling people’s minds.

Knowledge Workers and the Corporate Learning Environment

The E-Learning Curve

The 21st century corporate learning environment is an ecosystem of services, tools, technologies, and processes that support knowledge workers. Continue Reading → The post Knowledge Workers and the Corporate Learning Environment appeared first on E-Learning Curve Blog. Knowledge Work Workplace Learning constructivist learning environment corporate learning environment knowledge worker learning curve organizational development organizational learning scaffolded learning

An eLearning revolution: From professional development to knowledge sharing

Challenge to Learn

Posting information on the web doesn’t require any technical knowledge anymore. Sharing your knowledge is as easy as sharing your latest picture through the social media. Easygenerator has three new goals now: Make it possible for anyone to share their knowledge on any device.

Living up to the Promise of eLearning: Closing the Learning-Doing Gap

mirrors how people acquire new knowledge, try it out through practice, and reflect upon. 1 kineo.com info@mplus.kineo.com 312-846-6656 Hard to believe that it’s been almost 20 years since the term “eLearning” entered the corpo- rate learning lexicon.

Introducing Knowledge Direct NOW

Association eLearning

Not Included in Knowledge Direct NOW : Customizations or Integrations*. Knowledge Direct NOW Includes: Knowledge Direct LMS Version 6.5.1. Knowledge Direct Features Include: Create and deliver self-paced and blended courses. Is your membership growing or declining?

Knowledge Is in the Cards

Association eLearning

If that same information is presented in a way that’s personally significant to a learner, it encourages them to “own” that knowledge and helps them grasp the nuances. I was recently introduced to a card game called Dixit.

Two types of knowledge

Jay Cross

Explicit Knowledge. #1 1 is explicit knowledge. By definition, explicit knowledge can be captured in words. Retention of explicit knowledge is easily measured and graded and for that reason it’s where tests focus, over-simplified or not. Tacit Knowledge. #2

Strategies For Tacit Knowledge Transfer

The eLearning Coach

If it is difficult to transfer tacit knowledge through language, then how can it be passed on? Here are six proven strategies for inferring and acquiring tacit knowledge. Cognition

Move Beyond Learning to Applying: A Modern Management Development Program

mirrors how people acquire new knowledge, try it out through practice, and reflect upon. 1 kineo.com info@mplus.kineo.com 312-846-6656 Hard to believe that it’s been almost 20 years since the term “eLearning” entered the corpo- rate learning lexicon.

Bottom-Line Performance Wins Three 2014 Brandon Hall Awards for its Knowledge Guru Platform

Bottom-Line Performance

Bottom-Line Performance won two Brandon Hall Excellence in Technology gold awards for its Knowledge Guru Game-Based Learning Platform. One gold award honored Knowledge Guru as Best Advance in Gaming or Simulation Technology. for Cisco’s use of the Knowledge Guru platform.

Turn Your Product Knowledge Training into a “Hero’s Journey”

Knowledge Guru

The approaches work especially well for product knowledge training… and we have seen them used effectively with process training and customer-facing training as well. All of the Knowledge Guru themes we offer start with a goal or “Quest” of some kind.

The Advantages of Knowledge Sharing

Dashe & Thomson

The post The Advantages of Knowledge Sharing appeared first on Social Learning Blog. One of the hardest lessons to learn growing up is how to share… how to share your toys, your candy, and maybe your room with a sibling. As a child, it is difficult to get past the thought “but, it’s MINE!”

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Curated Insights: Why knowledge sharing at work is a good thing

Axonify

Knowledge sharing has always been an important part of the workplace. If this sounds familiar, it’s time for your organization to explore best practices and implement technology that will put the knowledge employees need at their fingertips.

Trust, Tacit Knowledge and Social Business

ID Reflections

As I read the post on Resolvingthe Trust Paradox by John Hagel, I was reminded of two things—the talk on the power of vulnerability by Brene Brown and what Morten Hansen says about tacit knowledge sharing in hisbook Collaboration:How Leaders Avoid the Traps, Create Unity, and Reap Big Results. I hadwritten about the latter in my post Molotovcocktail = Weak ties x complicated knowledge. social_business tacit Knowledge Management Tacit knowledge Knowledge Flow John Hagel

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Human Connection, Not Technology, Most Important in Knowledge Transfer

CLO Magazine

Retirement is just around the corner for many in this cohort, meaning a whole lot of knowledge is about to walk out the door. Experience-based means that a lot of the knowledge that you need to keep your company successful exists in the heads of your key employees, your talent.”.

Can organisation-wide social networks capture tacit knowledge?

The eLearning Nomad

Most of what we do at work requires knowledge that can’t be captured into a 10 bullet checklist with clear do’s and don’ts. More than ever before, the success of our organisations is based on tacit knowledge (that part of knowledge that is widely embodied in individuals but not able to be readily expressed). The big challenge in any modern learning organisation is the sharing of this tacit knowledge. Sharing of tacit knowledge is done through solving problems together.

Is Knowledge Transfer Part of Your L&D Strategy?

Bottom-Line Performance

On one side, you have your business objectives, your subject matter experts and all of the knowledge, skills and content employees need to know to meet your objectives. What can you do to make sure knowledge transfer happens and the baton gets passed?

How To Extract Knowledge From Experts Before It’s Lost

Dashe & Thomson

Business as usual… The post How To Extract Knowledge From Experts Before It’s Lost appeared first on Dashe & Thomson. Learning institutional knowledge subject matter experts If, on his last day of employment before retiring, a man tried to walk out the door with a favorite personal computer he used at work, what would happen? Even if the company appreciated his expertise and commitment, they likely wouldn’t let him leave with a computer.

Hire Learners for the Knowledge Economy

The Peformance Improvement

But in the Knowledge Economy , companies need people who can develop their minds. You want people who are always receptive to increasing their knowledge and developing new skills and competencies. How do they acquire the knowledge and skills to do their work?

How Cisco Uses Knowledge Guru to Teach Product and Technical Knowledge (Interview)

Knowledge Guru

I interviewed Paula Rossini, Global Program Manager at Cisco, to learn more about how Cisco uses Knowledge Guru games to teach its sales associates. What learners do you use Knowledge Guru games with? Knowledge Guru is a reinforcement tool for all of the technologies in the program.

Opening up #learning: Access to knowledge

Learning with e's

Here's the first: Access to knowledge. Putnam's view of the Internet is similar to many other educators - it has provided unprecedented access to the world's knowledge. affordances digital wisdom education information knowledge learningLearning is opening up like never before.

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Knowledge Guru Spring ’14 Release is All About Options

Knowledge Guru

If any of these statements are true for you, the Spring ’14 release of Knowledge Guru was made for you. Knowledge Guru now includes two customizable registration fields, which you can use for categories like location, job title, department, etc.

Organizational Knowledge Mastery?

Clark Quinn

If we adapt Harold Jarche’s Personal Knowledge Mastery (or PKM ), which is about Seek-Sense-Share as a mechanism to grow our own abilities, to organizations, we can see a different model. Here’s organizations seek knowledge sources, sense via experiments and reflection, and share internally (and externally, as appropriate ;).