7 Social Learning Myths Infographic
The 7 Social Learning Myths Infographic presents 7 social learning myths that hold organizations back. The infographic is based on insights from Tony Bingham and Marcia Conner's second edition of The New Social Learning. In this newly revised and updated edition, the authors dispel organizational myths and fears about social media. By sharing the success stories of socially engaged companies and people, the much-anticipated second edition persuasively makes the case for using social media to encourage knowledge transfer and real-time learning in a connected and engaging way.
As Steve LeBlanc noted, “Social learning thrives in a culture of service and wonder. It is inspired by leaders, enabled by technology, and ignited by opportunities that have only recently unfolded.” Brand-new case studies about innovative organizations such as Boston Children s Hospital, National Australian Bank, LAZ Parking, Sanofi Pasteur, Cigna, CENTURY 21, and Roche Pharmaceuticals illustrate cutting-edge social learning approaches that cultivate environments where great people can do their best work. The New Social Learning lays the foundation for improving the way you engage with colleagues, collaborate with teams anywhere in the world, and build workforce capability. Take the next step to connect skills and knowledge and move your own organization forward as you reclaim and revolutionize workplace learning.
7 Social Learning Myths that Hold Oganizations Back
- Social learning is new.
- You will need digital tools.
- You will need policies.
- There is no way to show ROI.
- Social learning is always informal.
- Social learning only works in professional environments.
- Social learning doesn’t affect you.
Discover more myths and get help building your social learning strategy here.