New Social Learning A Guide to Transforming Organizations Through Social Media

ISBN-10: 1605097020
ISBN-13: 9781605097022
Edition: 2010
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List price: $14.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 9/1/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.078
Language: English

Marcia L. Connerworks at the intersection of social messaging and workplace learning, focusing on the trends, markets and dynamics shaping a distributed and collaborative business culture.nbsp; A former Fortune 500 learning chief, coauthor of Creating a Learning Culture: Strategy, Practice & Technology , cocreator of Pistachio Consulting's Enterprise Microsharing Comparison , she writes theFast Companycolumn Learn At All Levels . She has served FedEx, the Gap, Verizon Wireless, American Express, The Home Depot, Mars, WD-40, CARE, SocialText and other global employers.She authored Learn More Now (John Wiley & Sons, 2004), co-created Creating a Learning Culture with Jim Clawson(Cambridge University Press, 2004) and contributes to dozens of publications including Leading Organizational Learning (Jossey-Bass/Leader to Leader Foundation, 2004) and Engaging Learning forward (Pfeiffer, 2005). She has been quoted in theWall Street Journal,Forbes,Fortune,CIO Magazine,PCWeek,Information Week,Business 2.0and has appeared on ABCWorld News This Morning. nbsp; Tony Binghamis a strategic leader with broad-based business, financial, operational, and technical management expertise.nbsp; He is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD). ASTD is the world's largest association dedicated to workplace learning and performance professionals. ASTD's members and associates work in thousands of organizations across many industries in more than 100 countries. Under Tony's leadership, ASTD continues to enhance programs and services for members and professionals in the workplace learning and performance (WLP) field. An important offering for the entire WLP profession is the launch of the ASTD Certification Institute's credentialing program, the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance. Together with the ASTD Board of Directors and supported by a staff of 100 and a wide volunteer network, Tony is focused on expanding ASTD's reach by developing strategic partnerships with organizations in and outside of the U.S., investing in educational offerings to meet member needs, convening the professional community, improving the society's technology infrastructure, developing opportunities to support life-long learning for individuals, and creating closer ties with members, chapters and Global Networks, and the supplier community. Tony joined ASTD in 2001 as Chief Operating Officer / Chief Information Officer where he was responsible for leading business operations and the development of strategic partnerships with leading industry organizations. Before joining ASTD, Tony was the Senior Vice President, Technology and Operations for Britannica.com.

Daniel H. Pink lives in Washington, D.C.

Foreword
Introduction
Acknowledgments
The New Social Learning Playground Rules
The 36,000-Foot View
The Workplace Has Changed
What Is the New Social Learning?
Moving Theory into Practice
Why is this Happening Now?
Is This Learning?
How to Respond to Critics
The Next Level
Informing Decisions
Paving Online Community Roads
Community Capabilities
Communities Face Forward
Make a Case for Online Communities
Respond to Critics
Recommendations
Share Stories Around, Up, and Out
Pictures Make Progress
Social Media Is Compelling
Make a Case for Media Sharing
Respond to Critics
Recommendations
Microsharing for a Healthy Culture
Burst Forward
Edu-Tweet
Respond to Critics
Recommendations
Growing Collective Intelligence
Increase Collective IQ
Share for Our Time
Break with the Past
Respond to Critics
Recommendations
Immersive Environments Refine Learning
Get Together Virtually
Out-of-This World Experiences
Respond to Critics
Recommendations
Connecting the Dots at In-Person Events
Growing Together
Speaker, Teacher, Audience, Student
Takeaway
Respond to Critics
Recommendations
Afterword
Appendix: Governance
Notes and Resources
About the Authors
About ASTD
About Berrett-Koehler
Index

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