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How Informal Learning Can Help Employees Educate Employees

Source: Saba Software
How people learn is now as important as what people learn. Organizations that appreciate new learning styles and provide their employees with Web 2.0 tools, such as wikis, blogs, video capturing and editing applications, and virtual worlds, have a greater chance of creating a successful learning process. The question is not whether you can benefit from informal learning initiatives, but how to implement them successfully.


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