When it comes to social learning, people fall into one of three categories: the crowd, the community or the committed. Randy Emelo discusses how to get people committed.
Published in HR Examiner, November 2013
People have always learned from one another, but new social learning technology can provide employees with the information they need to do their jobs better and faster in real time. Randy Emelo shares strategies for creating sustainable social learning in this article.
Published in Chief Learning Officer, November 2013
This blog by our President & CEO, Randy Emelo, explores how self-directed and social learning practices can help your company take a more innovative approach to developing, engaging, and retaining your talent.
Traditional mentoring was one older expert grooming a younger one for a specific role. Author Randy Emelo writes that today’s version is more of a collaboration and learning strategy that can help people gain skills and information they need in real time to do their jobs better.
Published in Chief Learning Officer, October 2013
What does it say about the state of U.S. businesses when 92% of senior executives acknowledge there is a serious skills gap occurring in the workforce? Randy Emelo offers four strategies for using social learning to fix the skills gap in this article.
Published in Argyle Journal, October 2013