From managing and controlling learning to enabling and supporting learning

Invited presentation, LearningLive, 14 September 2011

Slide 3: Internet Time Alliance

Slide 4:  Social Business Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Does, Neither Does Enterprise 2.0, Deb Lavoy, 7 September 2011

Slide 6:  Top 10o Tools for Learning 2011

Slide 8: How democratization of technology empowers employees, Forrester, 2011

Slide 9: Blind spots, Bill Jensen and Josh Klein, CLO Magazine, April 2011

Slide 12:  Leave them to their own devices, Citrix

Slide 15: The Smart Worker’s Guide to using Social Media

Slides 17-18: 1 – The Smart Worker : recognises that s/he learns continuously as s/he does his/her job

Slides 19-20: 2 – The Smart Worker: wants immediate access to solutions to his/her performance problems

Slides 21-22: 3 – The Smart Worker : is happy to share what s/he knows

Slides 23-25: 4 – The Smart Worker : relies on a trusted network of friends and colleagues

Slides 26-28:  5 – The Smart Worker : learns best with and from others

Slides 29-30: 6 – The Smart Worker : keeps up-to-date with what is happening in his/her industry or profession

Slides 31-32:- 7 – The Smart Worker: constantly strives to improve his/her productivity

Slides 33-34: 8 – The Smart Worker : thrives on autonomy

Slides 36-38: Building a Strategy and Action Plan

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