Saul Carliner, Associate Professor of Educational Technology at Concordia University, discusses some of the basic tenets of informal learning, and puts it into context with the changing views of the 70-20-10 model. The challenge in the older model is that there is no measurable data to back it up. Therefore the initiative to leverage opportunities for informal learning is paramount in developing a sustainable organizational learning culture.
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Because close to 70 percent of workplace learning is classified as informal, it is useful to understand the basic tenets of this much discussed topic.
How can an organization capitalize on, and perhaps more importantly, drive informal learning opportunities between and among employees? These questions and more are discussed in this HCI podcast interview with Turner Broadcasting Systems, Inc., ...Read more