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SOURCE:Yamamoto S, Humle T, Tanaka M (2013) Basis for Cumulative Cultural Evolution in Chimpanzees: Social Learning of a M...
Rise of social media
# MAU Dec 2012
http://mashable.com/2010/02/20/farmville-80-million-users/
Ideating & Collaborating
M-PMV’s (an AIDS causing virus) enzyme structure was explained in
just 10 days, eluded scientists > 15 yrs.#
# http://www....
Closer home…
“Confluence”- (noun ˈkän-ˌflü-ən(t)s, kən-ˈ)
-Smiths Medical internal proprietary data(2013)
Behavioral Shift...
New ‘Social Leadership’ Traits
Source: Six social-media skills every leader needs McKinsey Quarterly February 2013; Roland...
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/news/download/presskits/enterprisesocial/docs/ESCResearchSum
Based on an online survey by M...
Concerns with Social Media!
? Sensitive information
? Workplace distractions
? Loss of productivity
http://www.microsoft.c...
Leaders Speak…
“Concerns around use of social media in organizations might have been
blown-out-of-proportions…there is nee...
Leaders Speak…
“HUL has always been ahead of the curve and to be so in this VUCA
world we have embarked on a massive proje...
Bringing Executives on Board..
Engage & Educate
Create ‘Champion’
Integrate with Mainstream L&D
Start Small, Scale-Up!
Showcase Early Wins!
Reflect on these…
With millennials and GenY joining work-force, social learning technologies
to gain momentum- embrace cha...
Leadership Buy-in for Driving
Social-learning in Organizations
ASTD/Booz Allen Hamilton/i4cp Transforming Learning Through Web 2.0 Technologies (2009)
Web2.0 Technologies included Socia...
Spend on Social Learning
0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
35%
40%
Overall Spend on Training Spend on Social Learning (Web 2.0)
Th...
Gaining leadership buy in for driving social-learning in organizations
Gaining leadership buy in for driving social-learning in organizations
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  1. 1. SOURCE:Yamamoto S, Humle T, Tanaka M (2013) Basis for Cumulative Cultural Evolution in Chimpanzees: Social Learning of a More Efficient Tool-Use Technique. PLoS ONE 8(1): e55768. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0055768 Ayumu & Pal!
  2. 2. Rise of social media # MAU Dec 2012 http://mashable.com/2010/02/20/farmville-80-million-users/
  3. 3. Ideating & Collaborating
  4. 4. M-PMV’s (an AIDS causing virus) enzyme structure was explained in just 10 days, eluded scientists > 15 yrs.# # http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/19/aids-protein-decoded-gamers_n_970113.html Transformational Breakthrough
  5. 5. Closer home… “Confluence”- (noun ˈkän-ˌflü-ən(t)s, kən-ˈ) -Smiths Medical internal proprietary data(2013) Behavioral Shift & Sustainability
  6. 6. New ‘Social Leadership’ Traits Source: Six social-media skills every leader needs McKinsey Quarterly February 2013; Roland Deiser and Sylvain Newton(A studied reference to GE) .
  7. 7. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/news/download/presskits/enterprisesocial/docs/ESCResearchSum Based on an online survey by Microsoft on March25, 2013; N= 9908, 32 Countries
  8. 8. Concerns with Social Media! ? Sensitive information ? Workplace distractions ? Loss of productivity http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/news/download/presskits/enterprisesocial/docs/ESCResearchSum
  9. 9. Leaders Speak… “Concerns around use of social media in organizations might have been blown-out-of-proportions…there is need for checks and balances within organization’s framework but the issue should never come in the way of organization reaping high dividends through collaborations, innovation and organization-wide learning…” K G Ananathakrishnan Managing Director, Merck (MSD) India Source: Excerpts from my interview with KGA interview- June’13
  10. 10. Leaders Speak… “HUL has always been ahead of the curve and to be so in this VUCA world we have embarked on a massive project within HUL…We have already trained close to 4000 marketers and marketing personnel on various social business aspects with the help from the likes of Google and Facebook…” Nitin Paranjpe MD & CEO- Hindustan Unilever Limited VUCA- Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity& Ambiguity Source: Based on a keynote speech at IBD, INSEADat Mumbai, 20 Apr’13
  11. 11. Bringing Executives on Board..
  12. 12. Engage & Educate
  13. 13. Create ‘Champion’
  14. 14. Integrate with Mainstream L&D
  15. 15. Start Small, Scale-Up!
  16. 16. Showcase Early Wins!
  17. 17. Reflect on these… With millennials and GenY joining work-force, social learning technologies to gain momentum- embrace change! Social learning plays catalyst for enterprise-wide collaboration, innovation and promote organizational learning- Facilitate! Employees in India and China view social tools to impact productivity greatly- leverage them! ‘System’ will deal with and mitigate the ‘concerns’ involving social tools at workplace- educate not regulate! Learning leaders should build conversation, educate leaders and showcase early gains for getting executives on board- engage!
  18. 18. Leadership Buy-in for Driving Social-learning in Organizations
  19. 19. ASTD/Booz Allen Hamilton/i4cp Transforming Learning Through Web 2.0 Technologies (2009) Web2.0 Technologies included Social media, Podcasts, Web-based communities, Blogs etc. Intended Use of Web 2.0 in Next 3 Years
  20. 20. Spend on Social Learning 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% Overall Spend on Training Spend on Social Learning (Web 2.0) The Corporate Learning Factbook® 2012 © BERSIN & ASSOCIATES RESEARCH REPORT | V.1.0
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