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A couple of short presentations - one on Learning Communities via Enterprise Social Networks and one on supporting learning at the granular (capability) level - delivered at the June 2015 CILIP London Tech Meet Up.

(Formatting on the title slide seems to have been lost a little from Mac PPT)

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  1. 1. Learning Communities CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING
  2. 2. LEARNING COMMUNITIES Source: McMillan and Chavis (1986) on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learning_community that there are four key factors that defined a sense of community: (1) membership, (2) influence, (3) fulfillment of individuals needs and (4) shared events and emotional connections
  3. 3. LEARNING COMMUNITIES Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trqCG9LQ2qg
  4. 4. LEARNING COMMUNITIES Source: http://www.informationweek.com/10-social-business-leaders- for-2013/d/d-id/1110203?page_number=4
  5. 5. LEARNING COMMUNITIES Source: https://twitter.com/kate_nicho/ status/610762850655715328
  6. 6. LEARNING COMMUNITIES http://www.slideshare.net/tibb r/kpmg-tucon
  7. 7. LEARNING COMMUNITIES Image source: https://gigaom2.files .wordpress.com/201 1/01/main_wall.png
  8. 8. Learning Communities CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING
  9. 9. CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING an approach to teaching and learning more often used in learning concrete skills than abstract learning. It differs from other non- related approaches in that the unit of learning is extremely fine grained. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Competency-based_learning
  10. 10. CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING Competency: – A competency model describes the behaviours and skills required to excel and succeed, in other words how an organisation desires their people to interact and behave. They enable mutual understanding of what effective looks like in order to help people understand their strengths and development gaps. Capability: – A capability model tends to measure organisational attributes rather than people attributes. Dave Ulrich defines these as “the firm’s ability to manage people to gain competitive advantage”. Capable people demonstrate the skills and behaviours required in the role, whilst at the same time having high levels of self-efficacy. They know how to learn, they work well with others, they are creative and, most importantly, they are able to use their competencies in novel as well as familiar circumstances. They demonstrate the behavioural competencies, whilst being capable in the role. Source: http://www.zircon-mc.co.uk/2011/11/01/what-is-the-difference-between-a-competency-and-a-capability/
  11. 11. CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING http://https://twitter.com/denni sformann/status/5969071051 87176448
  12. 12. CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING Professional Knowledge and Skills Base
  13. 13. CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING Source: http://blogsbyrollingarrays.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/careerworksheet1.png

Editor's Notes

  • Learning Communities (Tibbr) section – 3mins
  • Characteristics of learning communities.
  • The need for workplace learning communities are varied, including retirement planning.
  • Information Week article on adoption of Tibbr.
  • Example of the models being articulated around Social Learning/Enterprise Social Networks.
  • Some of the uses for ESN and collaboration.
  • Example of tibbr home page. Image source: https://gigaom2.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/main_wall.png
  • Capability Based Learning – 7mins
  • Competency/capability based learning.
  • Competency/capability based learning.
  • Examples of capability frameworks: for knowledge work.
  • CILIP’s own take via the Professional Knowledge and Skills Base
  • The kind of tool (this is SuccessFactors) that can be used for assessing against capabilities and linking to learning opportunities around them.
  • Description

    A couple of short presentations - one on Learning Communities via Enterprise Social Networks and one on supporting learning at the granular (capability) level - delivered at the June 2015 CILIP London Tech Meet Up.

    (Formatting on the title slide seems to have been lost a little from Mac PPT)

    Transcript

    1. 1. Learning Communities CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING
    2. 2. LEARNING COMMUNITIES Source: McMillan and Chavis (1986) on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learning_community that there are four key factors that defined a sense of community: (1) membership, (2) influence, (3) fulfillment of individuals needs and (4) shared events and emotional connections
    3. 3. LEARNING COMMUNITIES Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trqCG9LQ2qg
    4. 4. LEARNING COMMUNITIES Source: http://www.informationweek.com/10-social-business-leaders- for-2013/d/d-id/1110203?page_number=4
    5. 5. LEARNING COMMUNITIES Source: https://twitter.com/kate_nicho/ status/610762850655715328
    6. 6. LEARNING COMMUNITIES http://www.slideshare.net/tibb r/kpmg-tucon
    7. 7. LEARNING COMMUNITIES Image source: https://gigaom2.files .wordpress.com/201 1/01/main_wall.png
    8. 8. Learning Communities CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING
    9. 9. CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING an approach to teaching and learning more often used in learning concrete skills than abstract learning. It differs from other non- related approaches in that the unit of learning is extremely fine grained. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Competency-based_learning
    10. 10. CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING Competency: – A competency model describes the behaviours and skills required to excel and succeed, in other words how an organisation desires their people to interact and behave. They enable mutual understanding of what effective looks like in order to help people understand their strengths and development gaps. Capability: – A capability model tends to measure organisational attributes rather than people attributes. Dave Ulrich defines these as “the firm’s ability to manage people to gain competitive advantage”. Capable people demonstrate the skills and behaviours required in the role, whilst at the same time having high levels of self-efficacy. They know how to learn, they work well with others, they are creative and, most importantly, they are able to use their competencies in novel as well as familiar circumstances. They demonstrate the behavioural competencies, whilst being capable in the role. Source: http://www.zircon-mc.co.uk/2011/11/01/what-is-the-difference-between-a-competency-and-a-capability/
    11. 11. CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING http://https://twitter.com/denni sformann/status/5969071051 87176448
    12. 12. CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING Professional Knowledge and Skills Base
    13. 13. CAPABILITY BASED LEARNING Source: http://blogsbyrollingarrays.files.wordpress.com/2013/12/careerworksheet1.png

    Editor's Notes

  • Learning Communities (Tibbr) section – 3mins
  • Characteristics of learning communities.
  • The need for workplace learning communities are varied, including retirement planning.
  • Information Week article on adoption of Tibbr.
  • Example of the models being articulated around Social Learning/Enterprise Social Networks.
  • Some of the uses for ESN and collaboration.
  • Example of tibbr home page. Image source: https://gigaom2.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/main_wall.png
  • Capability Based Learning – 7mins
  • Competency/capability based learning.
  • Competency/capability based learning.
  • Examples of capability frameworks: for knowledge work.
  • CILIP’s own take via the Professional Knowledge and Skills Base
  • The kind of tool (this is SuccessFactors) that can be used for assessing against capabilities and linking to learning opportunities around them.
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