Telling stories that share what we know. Once social technologies have been installed, modelling new work behaviours becomes the main organizational challenge. Two ways to do this:
By fostering and supporting communities of practice that connect work teams with the open social networks on the Internet. 
By narrating work, or learning out loud. Telling stories that share what we know may not be highly efficient, but it’s very effective for learning.
If the daily routine supports social learning, and time is made available for reflection and sharing stories, then an organization is on the right track. Via What’s working in social business | Social Enterprise Today

Telling stories that share what we know. Once social technologies have been installed, modelling new work behaviours becomes the main organizational challenge. Two ways to do this:

  • By fostering and supporting communities of practice that connect work teams with the open social networks on the Internet. 
  • By narrating work, or learning out loud. Telling stories that share what we know may not be highly efficient, but it’s very effective for learning.

If the daily routine supports social learning, and time is made available for reflection and sharing stories, then an organization is on the right track. Via What’s working in social business | Social Enterprise Today

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