Social learning: how it works in the workplace

Posted on 10 February 2017 by jrobes

social_learning_201702.jpgDie Kineo-Experten versuchen in diesem Whitepaper ganz bewusst, Technologien (Social Media, “social technologies”) außen vor zu lassen. Plattformen, Systeme und Tools tauchen nur ganz am Rande auf. Denn Social Learning, so die Argumentation, hängt von Mitarbeitern ab, die mit “personal agency” handeln, und einer Arbeits- und Lernumgebung, die ihnen dafür Raum gibt. Dafür wird immer wieder Albert Banduras “Social Learning Theory” herangezogen. Die Titel der einzelnen Kapitel lauten entsprechend “People first, technology second”, “Implementing social learning in a 70:20:10 way” und “Learning & development as social facilitators”.

“Looking to the thinking of Albert Bandura and the utilising frameworks such as 70:20:10 should offer a strong enough indication that learning in the modern workplace is not something to be owned and controlled. It should be enabled, facilitated and guided. Modern workplaces require employees to behave differently, to be more responsive, more agile and able to solve problems in the moment.” (S. 25)
Jez Anderson, Kineo, 3. Februar 2017

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