Social interactions happen all around us at our workplace – in meeting rooms, through e-mails, at the water cooler or during coffee breaks. Social media makes these interactions possible on a wider range – across the entirety of an organization, creating an interactive avenue for social learning. But what is a discussion without a direction or conclusion. In other words,….
Social Media is here to stay. No point debating that. It’s utilization in the workplace – now that’s debatable. So we put this debate forward to our fellow G-Cubians and got some interesting viewpoints. Social Networking surely has its benefits. Making connections and building relationships comes with any corporate position. As Herojit Sharing feels, ‘My personal experience proved that whenever….
Continuing with our Knowledge Sharing Series, we took great pleasure in chatting up with yet another stalwart of the e-learning industry – Mr. Bill Rosenthal. He is the CEO of Communispond, which works towards actively developing communication skills to strengthen the talent within an organization. Bill has worked in learning domain for over two decades now. Among his many accomplishments,….
December’s question on Learning Circuit Blog is “What did you learn about learning this year”. Well the most important thing I learnt this year – World Never Stops Learning. Here are some of the things that stand out for me from 2009 – Recession didn’t turn out be that bad a word after all – Due to recession, year 2009….
Learning Circuits big question this month is on how to figure out value of social learning, and how do we encourage people to see it as an alternative training medium. But hasn’t learning been always a social activity? From school to the workplace, the avenues of learning have always been through interaction. The closer the interaction, more effective is the….