Module 3: Methdos how to improve digital competence in your company
1. Self-directed informal learning
is efficient for self-learning
doesn’t require self-management skills
can be enhanced by co-operating with workmates
2. You can learn from others by
following blogs, vlogs, wikis and social media
co-working with workmates, clients and trainees
benchmarking your competitors and modeling influencers
3. Employers can support learning from others by
encouraging open best practices sharing
recruiting digital natives trainees and mentors
refusing to play role models themselves
4. Collaborative facilitating methods
support organizational knowledge sharing
are expensive and time-consuming methods
support company members to learn from each others
5. You can share following questions in World Café related to digital competence development
What kind of digital skills we need more?
How do we learn new skills individually and at own pace?
How do we learn new skills together with colleagues?
6. You begin Backcasting with
the end in mind: what is our future vision of our digital skills and competence after e.g. three years? What kind of skills and competence we have? What we are doing?
the problems in mind: what kind of problems and challenges we have?
the resources in mind: do we have resources for development?
7. Collaboration with educational institutions
can benefit companies by tapping into the expertise, innovativeness and enthusiasm of students and teachers
supports students’ authentic learning
is difficult to organize
8. Amazing Business Train is
a train that sells daily grocery
a concept to introduce railway company
an engaging trek of students, where they create new business concepts in intensive co-operation with each others, teachers and specialists
9. In collaboration between companies and educational institutions
students get valuable, real life experience
institutions develop long-term relationships with local businesses and stay in touch with the changes in work life
companies receive competent workforce for their future tasks
10. Open Badge is
not always in a digital format
a digital information packet of achieved skill of competency
basicly not possible to create by everyone
11. An evidence of competency in Open Badge is
not visible to all
making open badge earner's competence visible
12. Open Badge
is possible to share online via a link or embed code
is possible to share online only by a few application/software
requires a software to collect, store and share badges
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