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SBV COMMUNITY LEARNING

Community Learning is putting the informal learning to work. A learning and development strategy of the knowledge worker era.This is a concept introduced by Emmy Pastillero intended to put into practice within Scheldebouw & the Permasteelisa Group.
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on 15 March 2016

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Transcript of SBV COMMUNITY LEARNING

TRUST
Community Learning
, just as all of the above is based on
trust
and flourishes through the use of
social networks
.
Trends - " hiving"
Networking & Collaboration

Learning primarily occurs in a social setting.
The social aspect of Learning
All organizations have something in common...
Today's Business Environment
COMMUNITY
LEARNING

A virtual community requiring and making use of personal networks and connections.
"Community Learning" concept
Couch
Surfing
Borrowing
Exchange
Home
Exchange
Collaborative Consumption
Air BnB
CROWD
sourcing
OPEN
source
Programming
Crowd
Funding
Neighbour
Goods
Dog
Vacay
Increasingly becoming complex
Most workers are
Knowledge Workers
Crisis affects everyone!
Training budget first to be reduced
Problem to solve
Internal company survey proves that most workers
prefer to learn informally
.
Whilst
cost is under pressure
, the
expectation
on quality, personal service and improved performance
increases
.
Make profit
Continuous improvement
Continuous learning
Solution to find
Co
-Creating
Success depends largely upon the passion of the scouts, we call them "
community resource investigator
" to look for the food sources also called "
learnscapes
" and feeding this information back to the hive termed "
learning community
".
Putting Informal Learning technology to work
Learning happens in an
informal
manner.
Is an
organic
system, very much like swarms.
Tacit knowledge
gets transferred when
recruits
follow
and act upon the learning potentials.
Community Roles
.. are the
followers
.
They are usually line managers
who
understand that their results lar
gely depend
on their workers' performance.
are workers who

apply tacit knowledge

gained from the learning community
to perform results.
Scouting Bee
Goes out to the surroundings in search of nectar
Honeybees live approximately 15-38 days in the summer, 30-60 days in the fall and 140 days over winter..
A short life.
The ecology of bees metaphor
Did you know?
solar compass
tracking how far it flew using movement of the sun
remember where things are in relation to the position of the sun
internal clock
dance performance
location of the food source is communicated to other bees through a
dance floor
they recruit worker bees "
followers
" to follow
their path to find food
swagging dance
...this way of communication
contributes to the "swarm intelligence"
tools
lunch gatherings
trial & error
networking with suppliers
online help
knowledge sharing
job shadowing
help desk
peer coaching
flash mentoring
informal feedback
Biggest hurdle we
have to overcome
is the actual
transfer of knowledge
into
actions
.
Formal versus Informal
behavioralism
Classroom Training
change in behavior
"bites"
full, in one go
knowledge is fixed,
consistent across individuals
Source: Paul Matthews: Informal Learning At Work
versus
Network clusters or nodes
tacit knowledge
This failure is also called

integration gap.
constructivism
knowledge is constructed through experience and influence by other people. Each person is unique and the focus is on the process/journey.
Formal Informal
change in beliefs, knowledge, attitudes
"chunks"
limited in scope
"accidental"
"social"
mobile learning
on the job training
action learning groups
apprenticeship
internal wiki's
communities of practice
virtual classroom
job swaps
conversations
case studies
Learning & Development (L&D) roles
are in the business of
facilitating learning
.
Creating and increasing learning
CAPABILITY
by taking charge of the learnscapes.
MANDATE:



Contribute to improve organization's performance by assisting people to
become
more capable
.
An organic system of learning interactions
A
network
of
communities
A virtual
colony
Debates
company
visits
conversations
knowledge sharing
communities

of practice
pop up
sessions
Wildflower field
T
R
U
S
T

each organization having it's own
set of needs at some point in time
Community
Resource Investigator
Learning
Facilitators
Community

Learners

Organization
Technology
Relationship
Demand
&
Supply
Systems &
Infrastucture
Practices
Process
Product
External
Learnscapes
Community
Resource Investigator
Community
Learning
Internal
Learnscapes

Community

Resource
Investigato
r
Shadowing
Watching others
Repeating
Experiencing
Doing
Trial & Error
Experimenting
Playing
Discussing
Debating
Listening
Conversations
Instructing
Following step-by-step instruction
Coaching
Competitions
From..
Training programs
, in a formal confined class setting
To ..
.
Learnscapes
, a learning ecology, with no boundaries.
Paradigm Shift...
Focus is on
Learning
itself instead of Training.
PULL
instead of PUSH.
COLLABORATIVE PLATFORM
as opposed to Training program
The
New Road
to take
Driven by
DISCOVERY
, not Curriculum.
Provided
JUST-in-TIME
not Just-in-case
Support tools are

SELF-SERVICED

not mandated.
Return on Expectations (ROE)
Here's
WHY
Come
join us

Become a part of the community of learners
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