The approach of much of L&D still seems mired in the industrial era
We continue to see order-taking for courses, information dump, and evaluation by smile sheets (all of which we now know aren’t supported by science). We’re also seeing phenomenal changes in technology: content management systems, answers and questions from semantic engines, and interactive video.
What is the role for L&D in this new world?
In this session, we’ll explore, from an evidence-based and humane perspective, what the implications are for organizations in general, and L&D specifically. We’ll look at perspective changes, including: from learning to performance, from control to facilitation, from courses to resources, and from creation to curation. Let’s look at what the future can, and should, be for L&D.
Clark Quinn, Ph.D. provides learning experience design strategy to corporations, higher education, government, and not-for-profit organization.
An award-winning consultant, internationally known speaker, and author of seven books, he integrates a deep understanding of thinking & learning with technology to improve organizational execution, innovation, and ultimately performance. He learns ‘out loud’ at learnlets.com, tweets as @quinnovator, and works on behalf of clients through Quinnovation.
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