Every conference experience for me is a blend of what I share vs. what I learn. Often times, what I learn is in the backchannel to the conference through the storytelling and rich sharing of your experiences putting rubber to the road. I learn a lot from the questions I hear others ask… and every […]
But I also suspect there’s still a lot of old-world thinking in the “protection” of the data, even though it’s, for the most part, user-generated. Think about that for a second.
Organizations can leverage the activities that their employees are already participating in, learn more about itself, find the performance gaps, fill them and dig deeper as they repeat the cycle. I have been putting my thoughts together on this subject for a very long time, it was only in January and February of this year that I formally put those thoughts into any kind of cohesive statement. I believe there is an ongoing relationship between user-generated knowledge that occurs in social networking, knowledge management and formal learning.