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  • Today, the sophistication of learning technologies is buzzing!About 180 apply to ASTD every year. I see less than 10% of these.But WOW! The best ones undercut my cynicism about “all glitz and narrow results.”This session is not slick.I’m Org Change Consultant, not tech guru. 10 years as Evaluator & Judge. I care about what they achieved, not how high the tech.35 years as internal & external OD consultant.

CETS 2012, Bruce Mabee, slides for Why Do the Winners Win? How Are Award Winners Using eLearning & Technology to Create Larger Learning Results? CETS 2012, Bruce Mabee, slides for Why Do the Winners Win? How Are Award Winners Using eLearning & Technology to Create Larger Learning Results? Presentation Transcript

  • It’s not(Hint:about awards) © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee Milestone Partners, LLC 1
  • 1. Yes, eLearning is cheaper. When is it better?2. Olympic lessons: What’s larger than a World Record?3. What did winners do that others didn’t do?4. How will you help your organization win? © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 2
  • Today, the sophistication of learning technologies is buzzing!About 180 apply to ASTD every year. I see a small percentage –about 50 in the last few years.But WOW! The best ones undercut my cynicism. If you’re seeing “all glitz,narrow results,” you’ve missed these. The best win more than awards!This session is not slick. I’m Org Change Consultant, not tech guru.Ten years as Evaluator & Judge for ASTD and OD Network of Chicago.35 years as internal & external OD consultant.The slides do not tell the stories, but these notes may help you see theframework and help those who attended the session to remember the stories.The point is for any of us to grab what we can bring to our current work. © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 3
  • (2012-BEST). (2012-BEST Award). (2011). "Online Training College." (2011). "Business-Environment Supported Training."(2011). "Enterprise Evaluation Framework.” (2010). "Coaching Based Leadership Development." (2010). "Leaders Lounge." (2010). "My Courses" Competency Certification & Mapping. (2010). "Breakthrough." (2010). "mpowering Employees…World-Class Safety." © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 4
  • Yes, eLearning is cheaper, butthe Winners … © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 5
  • Yes, eLearning is cheaper, butthe Winners … Larger Outcomes  ___________ ?  ___________ ? … and saved money © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 6
  • Yes, eLearning is cheaper, butthe Winners … Took whatever actions fit the larger outcomes (eLearning and much more) © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 7
  • Yes, eLearning is cheaper, but…What outcomes Thatare “Larger”? This The other thing (What outcomes were much bigger than the gold in the London Olympics?) © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 8
  • A popular framework for larger outcomes Level 1: Did they like it? Level 2: Learned what? Level 3: Working differently now? Level 4: Business results? © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee
  • Level 1: Did they like it?Level 2: Learned what?Level 3: Working differently now?Level 4: Business results?Level 5: ROI: Worth the costs? (Jack Phillips) © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 10
  • Level 1: Did they like it?Level 2: Learned what?Level 3: Working differently now?Level 4: Business results?Level 5: ROI: Worth the costs? … How can we expand further? © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 11
  • Level 1: Did they like it?Level 2: Learned what?Level 3: Working differently now?Level 4: Business results?Level 5: ROI: Worth the costs? … How can we expand further?Level 6: Stakeholder ROI? Customers? Employees? Triple BL? © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 12
  • Level 1: Did they like it?Level 2: Learned what?Level 3: Working differently now?Level 4: Business results?Level 5: ROI: Worth the costs? … How can we expand further?Level 6: Stakeholder ROI? Customers? Employees? Triple BL?Level 7: Innovation? Impact on trends? © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 13
  • Level 1: Did they like it?Level 2: Learned what?Level 3: Working differently – behaviorLevel 4: Business results?Level 5: ROI: Worth the costs? … How can we expand further?Level 6: Stakeholder ROILevel 7: Innovation © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 14
  • Cases • Behavior Change • Stakeholder ROI • Innovation © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 15
  • Case “My Courses”(People support what they help create) © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 16
  • Case“Online Training College” (Building massive partnerships) © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 17
  • Case“Leaders Lounge” (Execs have no time, right?) © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 18
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  • (Did I mention“repeatedly”?) © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 22
  • For some of us, an opportunity! Only a few deep, collaborative partnerships with external stakeholders were even noted. Thus, future award points are waiting! © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 23
  • © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 24
  • • Address what keeps sponsors awake• Engage stakeholders as communities• Test & revise -- repeatedly © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 25
  • To put it simply…make your eLearning © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee 28
  • bmabee@aol.com © 2012, Bruce O. Mabee Milestone Partners, LLC 29