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Effectively Implementing and Measuring Social Learning
Joe Hare, Bellevue University's Human Capital Lab
Social networking has unleashed a wealth of discretionary effort. How you can tap this resource in your organization?
Social networking and collaborative learning, has spread across the interconnected world faster than any phenomenon except email. Understandably, organizations would like to leverage the power and potential of this new learning paradigm. However, effective implementation requires defining what you would like to accomplish and how you will measure progress. Join us to take part in this highly interactive, case study-based session and take away strategies and best practices geared at helping you get the most, metrics-supported impact out of this game-changing tool.
Participants of this April program will understand the shared characteristics of the various social platforms, the importance of measurement to effective implementation, and how to align a collaborative learning intervention with organizational outcomes.
Focused on providing corporate partners with optimal data interpretation and research analysis that leads to measurable, ready-to-implement workforce solutions, Joe Hare applies his years of HR, training, and project management expertise with the U.S. Air Force and large corporations to his work for Bellevue University's Human Capital Lab. His experience is backed by Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP®) and Project Management Professional (PMP®) certifications. Hare earned his Master of Science Degree in Administration and Information Resource Management from Central Michigan University, and his Bachelor of Science Degree in Electronics Management from Southern Illinois University. He is currently a student at Creighton University pursuing a doctorate in Education Leadership.
Don’t miss this informative conversation on the critical topic of collaborative learning!
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