Embrace social learning as part of your overall learning strategy, and your employees will have more opportunities to learn and to share what they learn.
Social media is an industry we all likely engage with, but most of us don’t consciously consider what we can learn from it.
Organizations are actively seeking more modern training delivery methods for maximum content and training retention by incorporating online courses into their training regimen. But moving training online is only the first step to content modernization.
Like using any tool, using social media requires a bit of training; otherwise, employees’ working relationships, professionalism and career opportunities can be at risk.
Social media is not going away anytime soon. Take advantage of the high engagement offered by these types of platforms – not to mention the ability to connect people who may never otherwise speak – to encourage collaboration and social learning.
Digital training has come a long way in delivering quality organizational training. But it doesn’t mean the good ol’ classroom training approach has become any less impactful.
The future of internal communications (IC) is assured, but there is huge variation in how practitioners anticipate its evolution as a conversation between the organization and its people.
The number of social media users is expected to grow from 2.46 billion to 2.95 billion by 2020, and the majority of users are between the ages of 16 and 44 – the demographic that’s also the most dominant in workforces around the world.
elium, the collaborative platform for knowledge-based organisations, announces the closing of a Series A funding round for €4 million.