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Management are not getting in the way of social learning in the workplace


With my MSc research questionnaire only a day old, I'm beginning to see some trends in the data. Here are a few snippets of what I see so far:

1) Management are not getting in the way of employees use of social computing for workplace learning, with none of the respondents saying their line manager discourages their use of social computing for workplace learning.

2) There is little measurement of an employees use of social learning going on in business, with only 18% of respondents stating that their line manager included measurement in any sort of employee performance review.

3) Periodical learner feedback surveys still appear to be the favoured means of monitoring the effectiveness of social computing for workplace learning, with 60% of respondents stating this method is used in their organisation. Perhaps this is a hang-over from the days of end-of-course student evaluations?

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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