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Knowledge Management. Tools and Technology 2004

35 KM-Produkte stellt diese Marktstudie von Brandon Hall vor. Interessant finde ich seine in der Executive Summary getroffene Unterscheidung zwischen „formal“ und „informal“ Training, die für Unternehmen wie Anbieter immer mehr zum Handlungsleitfaden der Weiterbildungsagenda 2003/2004 zu werden scheint:
As we’ve mentioned, formal training, which includes conventional classroom-based instruction and synchronous or asynchronous e-learning, is now established in thousands of organizations. Informal training, where people learn through collaboration, communities of practice, access to experts and mentors, and access to answers through knowledge banks and data distributed throughout organizations, is where knowledge management tools and technology enter the picture.“
Brandon Hall, Dezember 2003 (pdf)
[Kategorien: Knowledge Management]