As we all pursue the almost grail-like quest to achieve 70:20:10, many businesses have decided to include social learning within their L&D strategies. There is a proliferation of technological solutions to help - curation tools, discussion tools, apps and add-ons. However, creating free-flowing discussion, sharing and debate among like-minded colleagues seems to be quite a tall order.
So if we all actually learn most of what we know informally, why is a social learning culture proving so difficult to make stick?
We recently conducted some research to get a better understanding of how social learning is perceived and acted on in the workplace - regardless of any ‘formal’ social learning strategy that may be in place. The results are packaged up into a social learning whitepaper.
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