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The use of Social Media in companies’ external communications is now an established practice (especially in big business). And yet it is important to realise that a real 2.0 company is one that also uses collaborative tools internally as an expression of a company culture that is open to dialogue with employees and stakeholders in order to become more sustainable and, in the most advanced cases, more productive.Hence the need for
Humanistic Management 2.0 to foster a climate in which learning (for all the players involved) is considered vital for growth, and equally, for a 2.0 Training for people to interact with the new tools and to use the new
Social Networking approaches.In essence, a social business is simply a people-centric one. It evolves dynamically and responds actively to market challenges, and it innovates inclusively, where the classic distinctions between “internal” and “external” cease to matter, where what counts is a continuum of experience on processes involving both end consumers and employees.Social Learning is the application of social-business principles to HR policy and learning processes. It develops and combines traditional
e-learning and blended-learning approaches in a more shared, collaborative and social environment, following the communities’ own philosophies. The lesson for companies is that they should embrace these new precepts and evolve towards more responsive, participative models to facilitate processes that otherwise would not get off the ground.Reply group is highly experienced in this field.
TamTamy, our technology platform developed in-house to support Social-Learning projects, complements our specific expertise in innovative methods for professional development and training. It has enabled many clients to sharpen their employees’ skills by integrating best practices and company processes into the everyday working experience.