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Social and Informal Learning
Social and Informal Learning
Social and Informal Learning
Social and Informal Learning
Social and Informal Learning
Social and Informal Learning
Social and Informal Learning
Social and Informal Learning
Social and Informal Learning
Social and Informal Learning
Social and Informal Learning
Social and Informal Learning
Social and Informal Learning
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Social and Informal Learning

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PulseLearning met with industry leaders in Australia to share and discuss ideas for using Social and Informal learning to improve business performance.

PulseLearning met with industry leaders in Australia to share and discuss ideas for using Social and Informal learning to improve business performance.

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  • 1. Social Learning – The Future<br />Presented by<br />Jim Breen<br />Chief Executive Officer<br />PulseLearning<br />21 April, 2010<br />
  • 2. Content is King<br />What is this?<br />Darwin<br />Any idea now?<br />Sydney<br />Context is the Kingdom!<br />5<br />
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  • 4. Thinking it through<br />Embrace or Nurture?<br />Formal or Informal?<br />Free or Controlled?<br />Structured or Unstructured?<br />The way we see the opportunity ….<br />
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  • 6. It’s not Shakespeare<br />
  • 7. Engage and See<br />Encourage<br />Lead by Learning<br />
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  • 9. 75 Million users by end of 2009. <br />+ 6.2 Million new users every month.<br />- RJMetrics in Computerworld Magazine<br />Follow us on Twitter<br />
  • 10. Is social media a fad?<br />60 Million members in over 200 countries, with executives from all Fortune 500 companies. <br />- LinkedIn, About Us Page<br />Connect to me on LinkedIn<br />Join our LinkedIn Group<br />
  • 11. Valued at $10 Billion.<br />35 Million people update their status on Facebook every day. <br />- Nielsen Wire<br />Become a fan at our Facebook page<br />
  • 12. Subsidiary of Google ($1.65 B in 2006)<br />- Wikipedia<br />Subscribe to our YouTube Channel<br />
  • 13. Australia Top Social Media Websites<br />
  • 14. Australia Direction<br />
  • 15. Questions And More Questions<br />

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