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1. DEFINITION 2. It places the user at the center of their own learning process In this new model businesses are no longer "pushing" formal training but are leading the transition to social learning. Providing teams with the platform and resources to interact, engage and learn at point of need. Source: Charles Jennings, former CLO of Reuters | Knowledge Management Network 3. SHARE | PUBLISH | DEBATE | INTERACT It creates a social learning environment in which the user can | Knowledge Management Network 4. It customizes your points system and displays a Leaderboard to motivate users. With constant feedback. Design your own badges and define the requirements to obtain them. An environment gamified to your needs | Knowledge Management Network 5. learningSocial suggests groups to join and users to connect with based on the interests and abilities of each user. It also promotes the connection between users with common interests. Recommendations based on your interests | Knowledge Management Network 6. learningSocial is designed to be compatible with any device, PC or mobile, for the user to access the information at the time they need it. Responsive design and, very soon, also available from App. Compatible with all devices | Knowledge Management Network 7. Content curation In learningSocial, users themselves help to identify quality content and resources, acting as content curators. | Knowledge Management Network 8. BENEFITS FOR THE ORGANIZATION 9. Email is where knowledge goes to die. BILL FRENCH, FOUNDER OF IPADCTO | Increased Productivity 10. Each employee spends 10 hours per week managing and organising their email. The use of social networks can reduce this time down to 1.5 hours per week. McKinsey, 2012 Instant messaging and forums change the email exchange for context equipped conversations. | Increased Productivity 11. Each employee spends 6-7 hours per week searching and gathering information. The use of social networks can reduce this time down to 1.5 hours per week. McKinsey, 2012 Clasification and labelling enables users to find resources efficiently. Easy publication avoids wasting time when sharing information. | Increased Productivity 12. If HP knew what HP knows, wed be three times more productive. LEW PLATT, FORMER CEO HP | Knowledge Management 13. It is estimated that the use of social networks helps finding information 52 % faster. Chatter Survey, 2011 Employees act as curators recommending and sharing available resources. | Knowledge Management 14. Each employee spends 2 hours a week preparing information that already exists in the company. Chatter Survey, 2011 Categorization of resources and their rapid publication provide organizations with a reliable repository. | Knowledge Management 15. | Talent Management "We're looking to flatten our organization, make it less hierarchical and retain a 21st century workforce that expects these tools when they come into the office every day. CHRIS ROBINSON, CIO AT KPMG ASIA-PACIFIC 16. Social business tools increase employee satisfaction by 30 %. Jive, 2010 It encourages conversation, collaboration and improve relationships among employees. All this means that employees are more satisfied. | Talent Management 17. Social business tools reduce the brain drain by 31 %. Bersin, 2013 It incorporates a system of recognition to employees who contribute and participate through gamification tools. | Talent Management 18. Thank you for your attention! +44 (0)845 463 8200 | |