The connected workplace demands new skills. Developing them starts here.

The connected workplace demands new skills. Developing them starts here.

 

Becoming a successful business in the networked era will require more than just the adoption of social technologies. Developing, supporting, and encouraging people to use a range of new social workplace skills will be just as important.

The basic skills ALL workers will need are:

  1. Personal knowledge management skills so that they can make sense of, and learn from, the constant stream of information that they encounter from social channels both inside and outside the organisation.
  2. Collaboration skills so that they can share their knowledge as well as  work and learn productively and purposefully in teams, communities of practice, and social networks.

In addition SOME workers  - depending on their work, role and interests in the organisation – will need two further skill sets.

  1. Community management skills so that individuals can build and sustain communities of practice
  2. Connected leadership skills so that managers can lead their teams effectively in the new connected workplace

We work with enterprises to help to build the new capabilities of the Connected Worker in a number of ways through:

The 21st century connected enterprise is a new world of work and learning. Is your organisation ready? How can we help you?

 

    Enrique Rubio

    Enrique Rubio

    Reflexiones sobre aprendizaje, tecnología y sostenibilidad

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