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The Role of Collaborative Technologies in Your 2010 L&D Strategy

The Role of Collaborative Technologies in Your 2010 L&D Strategy
If you haven't been impressed so far with what your work groups can accomplish together, 2010 may be the year your workforce management ship comes in. Are collaborative technologies ready for their heyday? Are you struggling to embrace the use and adoption of new social networking or Web 2.0 applications in your learning environment? How do you harness their power to embrace the advancement of informal learning through these vehicles? Join Jim Lundy, vice president and general manager of collaboration at Saba, as he answers these questions and discusses the top eight trends in collaborative tools for 2010, including:
  1. Learning connections will matter as much as learning transactions.
  2. Connecting people to expertise will become an enterprise priority.
  3. Employees will demand and receive continuous feedback.
  4. The traditional organization chart will be replaced by social network analysis maps.
  5. Video will emerge as the way that people want to learn and collaborate.
  6. Mobile learning will finally come of age.
  7. Informal processes will be valued and encouraged they will be social and real time.
  8. The most successful companies will value collective competencies more than individual competencies.

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  • Jim Lundy

    Vice President, General Manager, Collaboration Saba

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