- Help employees discover and refine their own personal learning environment
- Improve content findability. Obsessive attention to enterprise federated search, cross-linking, social tagging, content reuse strategies, etc.
- Improve people findability. Both expertise location applications and other means.
- Make outside connections easy. Funding for information and research services, conference attendance, guest speakers at company events, etc. A liberal blog policy and encouragement to blog
- For every new piece of formal learning, explore complementary informal learning opportunities — explicitly driving this exploration through process
- Culturally institutionalize After Action Reviews
- Require personal learning plans
- Encourage and support coaching. Considering what a “learning coach” might look like.
- Market and advocate on behalf of informal learning opportunities
- Make it easy to share and recommend sources (including via tag clouds, subscription lists, etc.)
Fantastic stuff! And at the level that helps us apply it. I would also suggest that each of these items suggest possible great questions for this month's Big Question - What Questions Should We be Asking? Just add "How can I/we ..." in front, so for example:
- How can I help employees discover and refine their own personal learning environment?
We further could generate fantastic questions by looking at particular common audience segments, e.g., new managers, distribute sales force, so:
- How can I help new managers discover and refine their own personal learning environment?