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Kickstart curation in your workplace

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Curation is more than a trendy topic. It’s an old-school idea with the renewed power to shift L&D mindset and enable learning and problem solving in more scalable, personalized ways. It can help you keep up with the needs of the business by shifting L&D’s focus from creation to connection. …

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Learning Now Radio – Episode #15

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The Learning Now Radio team was gracious enough to invite me to share my thoughts on workplace knowledge sharing and curation as part of their growing podcast series. Check out the broadcast below in which Lisa Minogue-White and I share ideas and best practices on what organizations can do to help …

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How Much Shared Knowledge Is Too Much?

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I originally wrote this post for the eLearning Guild’s Twist Blog … If you’ve attended a presentation on workplace knowledge sharing, you’ve probably heard the Mitchell Kapor quote “Getting information off the Internet is like taking a drink from a fire hydrant.” Yes, there is a lot of information available …

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Why don’t you have a Curator on your team yet?

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Raise your hand if you’re still complaining about … Losing organizational knowledge when veteran employees leave Having to reteach the same information repeatedly because employees don’t have a chance to use it very often Being unable to transform tacit knowledge into shared organizational wisdom Experiencing constant problems finding and/or understanding workplace …

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Practical steps to kickstart workplace curiosity

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“We want to create a learning culture.” Have you heard that one lately? Maybe from your company’s senior management? As organizations seek to retain talent and differentiate themselves in a crowded marketplace, the idea of a “learning culture” is now in vogue. Great news for L&D, right? Well … L&D can’t create a “learning …