Organizations are finally realizing that people learn more of what they need to be effective at their job through in- formal channels, on-the-job experiences and coaching than they do through more formal means. When it comes to developing and executing the learning strategy, how- ever, companies continue to look at things completely upside-down. The vast majority of the learning delivered within organizations is through formal classrooms and e-learning courses, which only accounts for about 10% of the learning that occurs. Even within that 10%, retention rates for single, formal learning events are abysmal, with most learners forgetting close to 90% of what they learned over time. What opportunities are companies missing to help people retain more of what they are learning and discover new knowledge through other, more informal channels?