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Learning 2.0 in the Enterprise – 8% say “Come on in, the water’s fine”


Here are a few more early discoveries from my research in to Social Computing for Workplace Learning:

1) 80% of respondents work for organisations that provide access to corporate social computing for workplace learning to their employees through the Internet.

2) 8% of those repondents claim that access to the corporate social computing environment is accessible without any form of authentication or virtual private network. Unless those 8% all happen to work for the likes of twitter, youtube and suchlike, I find it difficult to believe that organisations open up their corporate social computing tools to the Internet in this 'come on in, the water's fine' manner.

3) In either case, complex security authentication does not seem to inhibit access to Learning 2.0 in the Enterprise, with 75% of respondents claiming that they never or rarely experience complex security issues when accessing their employer's social computing environment for workplace learning (as we know, 8% have no such barrier!).

4) Access to corporate social computing for workplace learning is rated as Good or Outstanding by almost 60% of respondents, and only 6% rate access to their employer's social computing for wokrplace learning as poor.

My research continues and if you'd like to be in with a chance of winning a £50 (UKP) Amazon or iTunes voucher, I would appreciate your help in completing this questionnaire

The questionnaire will be available until 20th July 2012 and it takes about 10 mins to complete. Every participant who leaves an email address will receive a 'thank you' in the form of a $10 (USD) store credit to spend with National Geographic's partner - a great way to support artisans in developing nations.

Participation is anonymous (unless you wish to leave your email address), and all my findings, conclusions and recommendations will be published in October, and sent to those who wish to receive a copy.

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