70-90% of learning happens informally, yet most training programs focus on formal classroom training. Little is retained when employees get an onslaught of new information on their first day, and often, when it comes time to use that knowledge, they are feeling a little rusty, and end up needing to search for that information. So why focus on formal training when employees place more value on and get more out of informal learning?
87% say social knowledge sharing among team members is essential
Only 37% say formal training is essential
Join Jeff Miller, Director of Corporate Learning and Performance of Insperity, as he describes the benefits of social learning, gives specific engagement actions for training managers and shows how to utilize technology supporting social learning.
Blog | Author: Dana Youngren | Source: HCI
| Published:April 29, 2016
You know there is a communication problem with your team. Knowledge is siloed and experts end up devoting a large a part of their day answering questions. You know you need to keep your team connected and foster a positive, open culture. But how do you solve that problem? There are two distinct paths many organizations go down as they try to address this common problem.