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Social Learning Trends 2013

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Is your company considering using social learning as part of your training and development program? Research suggests that this can be very beneficial. 
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They're Watching You at Work

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What happens when Big Data meets human resources? The emerging practice of "people analytics" is already transforming how employers hire, fire, and promote.
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This reminds me of Dave Eggers' book "The Circle"... is this empirical confirmation of post-modern fiction?

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Knowledge Management In Education: A Key Driver Behind Organizational Success By Swaleha Sindhi & Adfer Shah


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Is social media ruining knowledge management?

Is social media ruining knowledge management? | Knowledge Management and Social Learning | Scoop.it
Nick Milton shared an interesting blog post a few days ago “Social media will destroy the value in KM – discuss”. In it he looked at some of the ways that social media is undermining knowledge mana...

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Community of Practice Evaluation: What We Measure and Why ...

Community of Practice Evaluation: What We Measure and Why. on Sep 23, 2013 in Blog by Mandi Bozarth. A few months ago, I wrote a blog titled How Online Communities of Practice Shape Our Work. Today I have been thinking a lot about ...

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Blair Kettle's curator insight, October 10, 2013 10:37 PM

A thought provoking piece about evaluating (judging the value) of a CoP. In my early readings about CoP thinking was that it they emerged organically and democratically, but that's not always the way it works. Nevertheless, original purpose may never have been explicitly stated and new purposes may arise. Without originally stated purpose(s), evaluation standards need to be  established by some other means.

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The Coming of Knowledge-Based Business

Harvard Business Review on the change of business practices related to the novel features of the contemporary economy.


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