6 Social Media Guidelines,
in instructional activities.
2) Community Building
Whether for idle chatter, to catch up with friends and family, or to connect with others around a shared hobby or interest, social networking platforms are great for keeping up with the people in our lives (strong ties) as well as com- municating broadly with people we only seem to know online (weak ties). The groups with whom we share online are communities, much like the com- munity you are part of at home.
4) Reframing The Conversation
In an organization that’s leveraging cycles of knowledge exchange, it is crucial to close the cycle by introduc- ing something new and interesting to get people talking. The introduction of new information coupled with a compelling format for this informa- tion is what ultimately will determine whether employees within the network will negotiate this new knowledge and reframe their collective understanding to replace or add on this new insight.
5) Introducing new information
Introduce new information through a formal instructional push This helps to disseminate new knowledge and, change the conversation. This effectiveness can be evaluated through performance metrics (on-the-job measures) and evidenced by analytics that examine the conversation going on in the organization.
6) Supporting for the organization
A social learning strategy can continuously improve an organization’s capability to respond to turbulent mar- ket forces and a challenging economy and keep performing better—together