Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, February 15th at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is on Sharing Knowledge at Work.
Tracy Parish suggested we talk about how to shift people’s perspectives on where learning happens and how organizations can help support greater knowledge sharing in and at work.
Join us this week as we step outside the formal learning and explore the barriers to knowledge sharing, the obvious and little known benefits of connection as well as the tools and processes to help people share ideas and answers with their work peers.
Q1 What do you personally get out of sharing knowledge? #GuildChat
Q2 What tools have you seen successfully make sharing knowledge easier? #GuildChat
Q3 Absent of social technology, what are other tools and approaches to greater knowledge sharing? #GuildChat
Q4 What are small things we can do for ourselves to trigger sharing new ideas or information? #GuildChat
Q5 When your organization only sees “learning” as occurring in formal settings, how do you get them to value how more informal knowledge sharing helps people build skills? #GuildChat
Q6 What do you see as the biggest barriers to sharing knowledge at work for individuals? How about for organizations? #GuildChat
Q7 Based on your answer (or anothers) from the previous question, what are ways to overcome that barrier? #GuildChat
Q8 What are some unique approaches you’ve seen to increasing connection in organizations? #GuildChat
Missed this GuildChat? Don’t worry – you can still read through what happened on our Wakelet transcript of the chat!