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Work hack #46: Learning Out Loud

Learning Out Loud is a method that promotes networked learning within an organization. In this context, this is also referred to as “social learning”. Anyone who has a topic they would like to learn about meets regularly with like-minded people over several weeks in a structured process, defines goals, plans, and produces a micro-learning unit, and then makes it available to all colleagues. This can be a workshop or a video tutorial. The method follows the motto “If you want to learn something, start teaching it”. So you are a participant and a producer in one. A great effect is that the learning content is highly accepted by the employees because it comes from valued colleagues and is extremely relevant for the workplace.

Work hacks?

Work Hacks are simple, yet original, methods that can be implemented quickly and directly. They improve collaboration and results in the work context.

In this series we will introduce tried and tested Work Hacks that will effectively improve collaboration.