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Dec 25 Posted 1 year ago
We are also looking into social learning and have tried some platforms like Wheeldo http://www.wheeldo.com seeing that employees really enjoy the social aspect of the training. They enjoy interaction, sharing knowledge, learning from others, or helping others learn.
Digital and all other technologies should be the tools to help us and not intimidate us, but perhaps more information or training is needed, so that it will not be seen as a ''shockwave through the enterprise.''
Dec 9 Posted 1 year ago
Great article! I couldn't agree more with these points. In my opinion, one of the biggest obstacles to progression is the silo mentality. Every business unit has its own targets and objectives to meet, and ultimately people are striving to impress and deliver to their own boss...hence the wide company objectives almost seem irrelevant. If you have a moment, please feel free to check out an article I recently posted titled '7 steps towards creating a successful employee social media platform'. I'd love to get your thoughts on this. http://www.socialscoremedia.com/7-steps-towards-creating-a-successful-employee-social-media-platform/