Joe Hare, Associate Director of the Human Capital Lab at Bellevue University, explain how his company successfully deployed social learning technology across a workforce of 900 knowledge workers. He discusses how social tools such as “do it yourself” online videos and online communities have increased productivity and engagement by providing employees with the information they need to perform their jobs effectively. This technology has proven particularly valuable for capturing and sharing hard-to-define “tacit” or contextual knowledge that reflects unique insights into work that traditionally were only gained through years of on-the-job experience.
If your organization wrestles with getting information out of the heads of the people who have it and into the hands of the people who need it, then you will want to listen to this episode. Using social technology to share information people need to do their jobs effectively and efficiently– this week on Business Execution Radio.
Do you have what it takes to lead? Are you sure? Make sure you’ve got what it takes to be a fully effective leader by listening to Joe Hare – this week on Business Execution Radio.