Defining Your Social Learning Strategy

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Defining Your Social Learning StrategyOne of the most efficientand effectiveways to amplify and extend the value of your learning programs is to empower people to interact and share knowledge of their own, in addition to participating in formal learning programs. In fact, a social learning strategy is essential to bringing the power of learning to the forefront of your organization, and ultimately, maximizing the business impact of your overall enterprise learning initiatives. Join Mike Merriman, Director of Strategic Services at Mzinga, for this session as he explains how you can quickly begin to put social learning to useon its own, as well as blended with established formal programsfor not only your employees, but your customers, prospects and partners as well. This interactive sessions will include use cases that you can adopt for your own purposes, best practices, and real-world examples. Mike Merrimanmmerriman@mzinga.comFollow me @mmerrimanhttp://www.mzinga.com/company/executives.asp?pagen=46

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  • 1. Defining Your Social Learning StrategyMike Merriman, Mzinga
    www.mzinga.com | February 2011
    Society for Applied Learning TechnologyNew Learning Technologies Conference
  • 2. Todays Agenda.
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    Today's workplace is diverse, distributed and full of context shifts. Companies with existing investments in learning will look to squeeze even more value from this expenditure.
    More techniques and technologies will emerge that incorporate social software, and the lines between learning, talent management and human capital management systems will continue to blur.


    Source: Gartner Group
  • 4. Learning Today: And the Need for a New Approach
    *Deloitte/ISCEBS survey, March 2008
  • 5. Traditional Learning Approach
    Learners
    LMS
    Expert
    Performance
    Reporting
    Designer
    User Experience
    Delivery
    Development
    • Managed
    • 6. Structured
    • 7. Top-down approach
    • 8. Passive recipient
    • 9. Limited voice
    • 10. Episodic
    • 11. SMEs drive content
    • 12. Unique skill sets required
    • 13. Continual upkeep