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This slide deck was used for a brown-bag lunch on informal learning for UNDP's Office of Human Resources in November 2011 in New York.

This slide deck was used for a brown-bag lunch on informal learning for UNDP's Office of Human Resources in November 2011 in New York.

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  • 1. ionz.com.br
  • 2. Exploring InformalLearningWhat are possible implications forUNDP?
  • 3. Brand New ConceptsTrigger for discussions on staff learning ina world-class knowledge-basedorganization
  • 4. InformalLearning? Social Learning?
  • 5. Informal Learning: any learningoutside formal curriculums;individually or with others. “Informal learners usually set their own learning objectives. They learn when they feel a need to know. The proof of their learning is their ability to do something they could not do before.“ Jay Cross: Informal Learning: Rediscovering the Pathways that inspire Innovation and Performance. 2006
  • 6. Social Learning: gaining insights orskills through interactions withothers.
  • 7. Happens online andoffline
  • 8. 70% 20% Social Learning 10% Formal Learning Informal LearningLearn and Learn and Learn anddevelop through develop developexperience through through structured others programs
  • 9. Social learning and formal! learning are not mutually exclusive.
  • 10. 80% 20%Informal FormalLearning Learning Jay Cross: Informal Learning: Rediscovering the Pathways that inspire Innovation and Performance. 2006
  • 11. Newcomers learn greater proportions informal learning settings than long-timestaff.Long-time staff learns more in informalsettings, mostly through tacit exchanges. Lombardo & Eichinger: The Career Architect, 1996Staff learns about 70% of what they knowabout their jobs informally. US Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2005
  • 12. Why does itmatter?
  • 13. Some reasons:World-class knowledge basedorganizations needs continuous andeffective learners.Information volume is increasingrapidly.Development landscape is changing –UNDP to position itself as thought-leader.
  • 14. How can UNDP’s office of HumanResources formalize informallearning?
  • 15. Digital LiteracyReflectionCommunication /Knowledge Sharing
  • 16. Digital Literacy: the ability to locate,organize, understand, evaluate and createinformation using digital technology.Not about platforms but about competenciesto identify right tools, locate documents, findexperts and networks for your businesschallenge.
  • 17. How much of yourlearning is invisible? How much of your work is invisible?
  • 18. Your digitalfootprint
  • 19. Thank you for your attention!