We all recognise that organisational culture has a strong influence on whether #social learning truly takes off as a valuable learning approach. Of course, it often happens quite naturally, so it’s very unlikely an organisation doesn’t have this channel in their mix, but organisational culture can hinder its deeper adoption and restrict its use strategically to meet organisational learning needs.
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Tim Drewitt presents a simple model of behaviours that support social learning, one based on openness, transparency, empowerment and sharing. This seems pragmatic and very positive. Is it achievable?