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Potentiation: Neurology and Knowledge Management

Conversation Matters

It’s a term that those of us that are involved in knowledge and learning could make great use of – no need for neurologist to have all the fun! An example of a path that is very weak is that uncomfortable experience of meeting someone and ten minutes later not being able to remember her name.

The Power of Action Learning: A Process for Building a Collaborative Culture

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One of the most powerful tools for moving an organization’s culture toward collaboration and knowledge sharing is a process called Action Learning. A system for learning reflectively – sets, which are small groups that meet regularly over several months.

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How to Learn From Experience

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Learning from experience requires setting aside time to learn, but equally important, it requires being in conversation with peers with whom learners can reflect on their own experience and contrast that with the experience of others. Think of it as gestation time.

Informal vs. Formal Learning: Creating a Blend!

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Informal learning is the unofficial, unscheduled, and unplanned way to learn and gain knowledge, whereas formal learning is delivered in a systematic, intentional way with a reporting and evaluation process. Let’s look at below tips through, which you can incorporate informal learning in to your formal learning and development programs: Provide a knowledge management tool/platform for employees to share their learning after they attend a formal training/learning program.

HR TechStack – Learning Management System

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Learning Management System (LMS) Software Definition. Learning management systems (LMSs) are software platforms for instructors to manage and organize educational courses online and provide students a single location for all course material.