Enterprise Social Software: A New Category

Josh Bersin on Enterprise Learning

Enterprise Learning HR Systems Informal Learning atlassian awareness blogtronix customervision ensemba grovesite ibm jive software liveworld microsoft mzinga newsgator Oracle outstart q2 learning SAP selectminds socialtext telligent tomoye tractionThis week we introduced some important and groundbreaking research on a new, important category of enterprise software: the market for corporate Social Software platforms.

Social Networking: Meet Corporate America

Josh Bersin on Enterprise Learning

Content Development Enterprise Learning HR Systems Informal Learning Performance Management knowledgeplanet mzinga social networking taleo tomoyeThis week I was on a panel at the Oracle Users Group discussing the needs of the multi-generational workforce. Most of the attendees (HR and training managers) were focused on identifying what their organizations need to do to attract, manage, and integrate younger workers into their organizations. .

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Related Terms

Tony Karrer

Mzinga is shown related to Personal Learning , Social Software , Learning 2.0 , Storyboards , PLEs , CollectiveX , Firefly , Tomoye , KnowledgePlanet , Element K , Awareness Networks. The recent addition of related terms (relationship factors) in eLearning Learning that show what how related terms are to a given result set provides some interesting insights. I already pointed to some of the Interesting Information that we could see as we compare what different bloggers write about.

What is to Come in 2008

The Learning Circuits

The CoP companies we talk with tell us that their businesses are booming (Tomoye and Mzinga being two which focus heavily in this space). As I read the blog I'd like to post a few updates on our research and predictions for e-learning in 2008. Social Networking is hitting the corporate scene, driving tremendous demand for informal learning, or what we call "learning on-demand." The solutions organizations are looking for include blogs, wikis, and communities of practice.

Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

Last week I presented a session at ASTD TechKnowledge entitled eLearning 2.0 - Applications and Implications. It could just as easily have been called Web 2.0 Applications in Learning. It was designed to be a small to medium size group discussion, but because the room was large it was very challenging to do that successfully. I discussed a bit of these issues in First Thoughts After ASTD Sessions.

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