If traditional learning evaluation is dead, long live…what?

Corporate Learning

Posted by Josh Haims on July 16, 2014

When I discuss learning evaluation and how to measure the impact of investments made in development with business leaders, everyone seems to agree: How learning effectiveness is evaluated and communicated today is not working and should be completely rethought based on the transformation going on in corporate learning environments. Let’s talk about what’s happening — I’d like to get your thoughts as well.

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Social Learning: Getting from “we push” to “you pull”

Social Learning

Posted by Jennifer Stempel and Amy A. Titus on April 17, 2014

It’s tempting to think that social learning is about technology — after all, social media platforms and the Web 2.0 technologies that enable them are virtually inseparable. But as our recent overview (Social Learning: Empowering employees to learn from one another) points out, social learning is different: more about people than technology. Specifically, social learning is about people sharing knowledge to learn from and with one another. Technology might be involved, or it might not. A more important characteristic is that it provides learners the ability to pull the information they need, when and where they need it. That’s the ideal “teachable moment” and when learning can be most valuable and productive.

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