Curation in an of itself can be a solitary activity - unless learners connect with their Personal Learning Network (PLN). HR leaders can develop a continuous learning organization by connecting curation with PLN.
|Scooped by Barry Deutsch|
Excellent article on encouraging the use of content curation INSIDE a company to improve your organization's "learning" capability by sharing relevant blogs, articles, slide presentations, videos - and other content that moves your company from a bunch of isolated individuals to a shared learning organization environment.
Not only do top performers seek out these type of organizations, but they also tend to stay longer due to the learning nature of the company. Another big benefit is the increased productivity that comes from everyone learning and sharing to do their job more effectively. Communication goes through the roof - not only internally but also with customers.
The best part is that it's so easy to set up and train your team how to use content to drive a move toward being a learning organization. Literally, you could be up and running in 24 hours.
What's the downside? Are you worried it might take away from actually doing real work? Are you worried someone might share something inappropriate? Set a few basic policies like your social media policy (you do have one of those in place - right?)
What's holding you back from moving to the stage of high sharing, communication, engagement, and learning?
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