Social Learning - finding the proof



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Like any learning initiative, to get the green light from the executive team, leaders of L&D must be able to prove their initiative will enhance performance.

We’re pretty good at knowing how do that for traditional L&D programmes. But, how do you quantify something so seemingly intangible as social learning?

It’s not as difficult as it may seem, but it does require a different way of thinking. The methods used to measure more traditional L&D programmes won’t be effective.

In this article we share two key factors that are important when measuring social learning:

  • Activity: where you need to consider the Consumers, Contributors and Creators within your social learning system.
  • Effectiveness: which you can approach from both an individual and organisational level to showcase how far learning has spread and the behavioural shift created.

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