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Where did the 80% come from?

Where did the 80% come from? | Social learning | Scoop.it

(Jay Cross) -- Corporate learning: A word of caution is in order here. Some studies say 70%, others 80%, and some even 90%. Why? For one thing, informal learning has many definitions. Furthermore, the ratio of informal to formal learning varies with context. Learning to ride a bicycle involves a higher proportion of informal learning than learning to fly a plane. Most of us learned to use chopsticks informally but learned algebra formally.

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Leadership and Motivation – Not Everyone Thinks Like Maslow

Leadership and Motivation – Not Everyone Thinks Like Maslow | Social learning | Scoop.it

The problem is many cultures do not see the world that way and as we find ourselves in emerging markets some of our truths may need to be challenged or questioned.


Via Dr. Susan Bainbridge
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Leadership is an emergent property of a balanced network | Harold Jarche

Leadership is an emergent property of a balanced network | Harold Jarche | Social learning | Scoop.it

"I’ve noted before that the power of social networks, like electricity, will inevitably change almost every business model. Leaders need to understand the importance of organizational architecture. Working smarter in the future workplace starts by organizing to embrace networks, manage complexity, and build trust." H. Jarche

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Réseaux sociaux d'entreprise : l'outil doit-il précéder la transformation ?

Réseaux sociaux d'entreprise : l'outil doit-il précéder la transformation ? | Social learning | Scoop.it
La construction de l'entreprise 2.0 se fait selon quatre modalités différentes orientées DG, DSI, métier ou utilisateur final. Chaque fois, le choix de l'outil répond à des exigences et des visions différentes.
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Le monde du travail au 21e siècle

Le monde du travail au 21e siècle | Social learning | Scoop.it

Le monde du travail (incluant celui de l’éducation) n’échappe pas aux nouvelles réalités du 21e siècle...

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Just How Powerful Are You?

Just How Powerful Are You? | Social learning | Scoop.it

The Social Era unlocks new doors of both who can contribute and what can be created, and thus changes the very source of power itself.

 

Crowdsourcing, SaaS models, open source, social networks, virtual workforces and other new meshy processes, tools, and business models have enabled new ways to create value.

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7 Online Project Management Tools to Keep You Organized

7 Online Project Management Tools to Keep You Organized | Social learning | Scoop.it
Effectively manage a project of any size with these online tools...
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Stoos: Facilitating A Tipping Point For Organizations - Forbes

Stoos: Facilitating A Tipping Point For Organizations - Forbes | Social learning | Scoop.it

For a day and a half in January 2012, twenty-one thought leaders from four continents gathered in a ski resort at Stoos in Switzerland to discuss what could be done to accelerate the transformation of organizations and their management. The idea was to figure out how organizations could become more profitable for the organizations and their shareholders, as well as being better for those doing the work and better for those for whom the work is being done. The tipping point isn’t about replacing capitalism with socialism: it’s about reinventing organizations so that they become more productive for shareholders, more inspiring for workers and more delightful for customers.

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Connect Atlantique Branché

Connect Atlantique Branché | Social learning | Scoop.it
Le projet Atlantique Branché est une initiative de l'Université Sainte-Anne financée majoritairement par l'Agence de promotion économique du Canada atlantique et mise en oeuvre par les quatre RDÉE de l'Atlantique sous la direction de RDÉE Î.-P.-É. Le projet, dont la mission est d'améliorer la compétitivité et d'enrichir les entreprises francophones de l'atlantique en économie du savoir, est composé de trois volets : un sondage, le forum, et la boîte à outils.
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The Flipped (or Social) Webinar Learning in the Social Workplace

The Flipped (or Social) Webinar Learning in the Social Workplace | Social learning | Scoop.it

Jane Hart: "It seems to me we often waste the opportunity of bringing people together by lecturing/presenting at them, rather than using the time more for discussion and collaboration or even experimentation and problem solving. As it is, when I am participating in webinars myself, I often find most of the interesting stuff happens in the conversations taking place in the chat! And I’ve not yet participated in any webinar that has made use of breakout sessions for collaborative activities."

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Stowe Boyd • 56% Of Young Professionals Won’t Work At A Company That Bans Twitter And Facebook

Stowe Boyd • 56% Of Young Professionals Won’t Work At A Company That Bans Twitter And Facebook | Social learning | Scoop.it
Cisco surveyed 2,800 college students and recently employed graduates and discovered that two thirds will actively enquire about a firm’s social media policies during a job interview, with some 56% refusing to work at a company that bans social media.

 

When you consider that a third of the students polled “consider the Internet to be as important as air, water, food, and shelter”, this isn’t all that surprising, especially as the internet for many young people nowadays is Facebook and Twitter.

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Warlick's CoLearners | Main / TheArtAmpTechniqueOfCultivatingYourPersonalLearningNetwork browse

Warlick's CoLearners | Main / TheArtAmpTechniqueOfCultivatingYourPersonalLearningNetwork browse | Social learning | Scoop.it

As we work in a time of rapid change, with students who are digital natives, from within a dramatically new information landscape, the best description of the 21st Century teacher is Master Learner.

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Social Learning fills the empty barrels of Enterprise 2.0.

Social Learning fills the empty barrels of Enterprise 2.0. | Social learning | Scoop.it
2.0 technologies are enabling technologies that connect us with each other, facilitating communication and collaboration.
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Redefine the workplace of the future with social learning

Redefine the workplace of the future with social learning | Social learning | Scoop.it
Luis Suarez writes on knowledge management, collaboration and thinking outside of the inbox...

"If yesterday I was musing about how Social Business and Social Evangelists are becoming more and more industrialized by the day, it looks like we are starting to witness how social learning is trying to get formalised just as well, thinking that we can control it in pretty much the same way that we did with formal learning. How unfortunate!"
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The learning organization: an often-described, but seldom-observed phenomenon | Harold Jarche

The learning organization: an often-described, but seldom-observed phenomenon | Harold Jarche | Social learning | Scoop.it

"This year I have reviewed and synthesized several of my observations on learning in networked environments. Here is what I have found."

(Harold Jarche)

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High-Growth Companies Embrace Social Media

High-Growth Companies Embrace Social Media | Social learning | Scoop.it

A report shows that the more successful a company is, the more likely it is to have invested in social media. (As tweeted by @marciamarcia, 86% of frequent social media users have been recently promoted.)

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Working In Silos

Working In Silos | Social learning | Scoop.it

"Tear down those silos and build a team focused on collaborative efforts and you will see a dramatic turnaround in your organization. Simply put, it’s called working together."

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Future Work Skills 2020

Future Work Skills 2020 | Social learning | Scoop.it

Six drivers—big, disruptive shifts that are likely to reshape the landscape for organizations and workers. Although each driver is in itself important when thinking about the future, it is the confluence of several drivers working together that produces true disruptions.

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“Control leads to compliance, autonomy leads to engagement.” | Learning in the Social Workplace

“Control leads to compliance, autonomy leads to engagement.” | Learning in the Social Workplace | Social learning | Scoop.it

"So just as some IT departments have realised the futility of banning personal devices in the workplace and are now beginning to adopt BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) strategies, L&D departments might also want to adopt a BYOL (Bring Your Own Learning) strategy and embrace all the learning that is taking place outside of training." ~Jane Hart

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Social Learning: what actually is it? | Learning in the Social Workplace

Social Learning: what actually is it? | Learning in the Social Workplace | Social learning | Scoop.it

Jane Hart was asked to explain what “social learning” actually is in an organizational context. Rather than provide a bland definition, she provides some quotes from some key resources that will give a flavour of what it is all about.

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Les outils connectent les gens. Mais à quoi ? | Bloc-Notes de Bertrand Duperrin

Les outils connectent les gens. Mais à quoi ? | Bloc-Notes de Bertrand Duperrin | Social learning | Scoop.it

L'entreprise de demain sera connecté et le collaborateur également.

 

Considérer l’outil supportant ces dynamiques comme une bulle isolée du reste de l’intranet est déjà un début d’attitude suicidaire...

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Wanted: Better Employees - The Chronicle of Higher Education

Wanted: Better Employees - The Chronicle of Higher Education | Social learning | Scoop.it

The debate over whether the purpose of college is to train students for jobs or to provide them with a broad education erupted again in the comments section of a Chronicle article last week. Rather than rehash that argument in this blog, I want to touch on the main thrust of last week’s piece: what employers think of today’s college graduates.

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Leading and Managing (Networked) People Must Evolve

OK .. so it looks like the Web, hyperlinks and ’social’ platforms for interaction are here to stay (unless electricity grids fail or corporations and governments completely take over the Web).
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Why Google+ is not an Enterprise Social Network | Social Enterprise Today

Why Google+ is not an Enterprise Social Network | Social Enterprise Today | Social learning | Scoop.it

One of the biggest values in Enterprise Social Networking is opening up conversations through transparency and the serendipity that is discovered by being aware of these conversations even if they are not a core focus. Let’s start at the core of Google+; the circle.

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Key social learning resources: Part 10 - Learning in the Social Workplace

Key social learning resources: Part 10 - Learning in the Social Workplace | Social learning | Scoop.it

At DevLearn, presentations (Slideshare included) from:

 

Charles Dennings - Do you feel the need to manage learning? 

 

Harold Jarche - Managing in a Networked World

 

Jane Hart - From Command & Control to Encourage & Engage: A new mindset for learning leaders

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