Category Archives: Measurement

How do you measure the return on investment (ROI) for social learning?

Just because something’s hard, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do it. Today i want to address the question of how can we measure the return on investment (ROI) in social learning? Let’s imagine that we’ve delivered a project into the business … Continue reading

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What’s the point of a pilot? How to iterate learning to success.

Normally this question has an easy answer: to transport me to either (a) the French mountains or (b) a cheap european weekend away. In this case though, i mean a different pilot. The type that we talk about a lot, … Continue reading

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How influential are you in the social media space? What do we mean by ‘success’?

An excellent article today around tools that measure your social influence (or at least, around tools that measure activity, which, i guess, can correlate with influence…). Mike Johansson has provided a concise summary of a sites that offer some measure … Continue reading

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Taking bold steps: how we have to create disturbance to change behaviour

You can’t change behaviours without creating disturbance. If people are happy with how they do things now, they are unlikely to change. Part of training is the process of disturbing them from their current perspective and helping them to chart … Continue reading

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