Principles of Learning

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  • 1. Forum’s Principles of Learning
    2011
  • 2. Today’s Presenters
    Simon Fowler, Senior Research and Development Associate
    Elizabeth Griep,
    Vice President, Advanced Workplace Learning, The Forum Corporation
  • 3. Imagine
  • 4. “Everything starts with your people.”
    Jeff Bezos
    CEO, Amazon.com
    from Uncommon Practice
  • 5. Agenda
    Trends and best practices impacting the effectiveness of learning in today’s organizations
    Strategies for success
    Q&A
  • 6. Poll
    What is the major role you play?
    Employment and Recruiting
    Benefits
    Learning and Development
    Strategic Planning
    Consultant
    Other (in chat, type in your response)
  • 7. Poll
    What industry are you in?
    Services (e.g. financial, insurance, healthcare)
    Sciences (e.g. pharma, biotech)
    Technology
    Education (k-12, higher)
    Government
    Other – in chat, type your response
  • 8. What is the most important question you would like to have answered today?
  • 9. Increasing Value
    Increased value over time
    Noise/ Value line
    VALUE
    Reduced time to value
    TIME
  • 10. Poll
    What is the most pressing business issue that learning needs to address in your organization?
    Employee Performance
    Employee Retention
    Revenue
    Costs
    Agility
  • 11. Poll
    To what extent are you achieving this result?
    To a great extent
    To a very good extent
    To a good extent
    To a fair extent
    To a poor extent
  • 12. Workplace learning
    “The learning must be contextual, a way for individuals to see theirwork in relationship to the wholeorganization.” – George Siemens, Athabasca University
  • 13. “The learning must be contextual, a way for individuals to see theirwork in relationship to the wholeorganization.” – George Siemens, Athabasca University
    Workplace learning
  • 14. Workplace learning
  • 15. Workplace learning
  • 16. Workplace learning
  • 17. Connecting Learning to Strategy
    Business Strategy
    Development Priorities
  • 18. Connecting Learning to Strategy
    Business Strategy
    Development Priorities
    Learning Solutions
    HR and Performance Support Systems
    Integrated Strategies
    • Experience-Based Learning
    • 19. Classroom Learning
    • 20. Technology-Based Learning
    • 21. Action Learning
    • 22. Feedback and Assessments
    • 23. Executive Coaching
    • 24. External Education
    • 25. Performance Management
    • 26. Succession Planning
    • 27. Recruitment and Hiring
    • 28. Compensation
    • 29. Knowledge Management
  • Who Owns Learning?
  • 30. Who Owns Learning?
  • 31. Who Owns Learning?
    I have an intent to learn, on my own and with others
    We model and encourage learning
    We drive and enable learning
  • 32. Business Strategy
    Development Priorities
    Learning Solutions
    HR and Performance Support Systems
    Integrated Strategies
    • Experience-Based Learning
    • 33. Classroom Learning
    • 34. Technology-Based Learning
    • 35. Action Learning
    • 36. Feedback and Assessments
    • 37. Executive Coaching
    • 38. External Education
    • 39. Performance Management
    • 40. Succession Planning
    • 41. Recruitment and Hiring
    • 42. Compensation
    • 43. Knowledge Management
    Effective Actions
    Results
    Connecting Learning to Strategy
  • 44. The Objective
    Increased value over time
    Noise/ Value line
    VALUE
    Reduced time to value
    TIME
  • 45. 6 Principles of Workplace Learning
    Link learning to value for the individual and the organization
    Connect action and reflection in a continuous cycle
    Address learners’ attitudes and beliefs in addition to their behaviors
    Provide learners with a balance of challenge and support
    Create opportunities for participants to teach as well as learn
    Design and cultivate learning communities as well as learning media
  • 46. 6 Principles of Workplace Learning
    Link learning to value for the individual and the organization
    Connect action and reflection in a continuous cycle
    Address learners’ attitudes and beliefs in addition to their behaviors
    Provide learners with a balance of challenge and support
    Create opportunities for participants to teach as well as learn
    Design and cultivate learning communities as well as learning media
  • 47. 6 Principles of Workplace Learning
    Link learning to value for the individual and the organization
    Connect action and reflection in a continuous cycle
    Address learners’ attitudes and beliefs in addition to their behaviors
    Provide learners with a balance of challenge and support
    Create opportunities for participants to teach as well as learn
    Design and cultivate learning communities as well as learning media
  • 48. 6 Principles of Workplace Learning
    Link learning to value for the individual and the organization
    Connect action and reflection in a continuous cycle
    Address learners’ attitudes and beliefs in addition to their behaviors
    Provide learners with a balance of challenge and support
    Create opportunities for participants to teach as well as learn
    Design and cultivate learning communities as well as learning media
  • 49. 6 Principles of Workplace Learning
    Link learning to value for the individual and the organization
    Connect action and reflection in a continuous cycle
    Address learners’ attitudes and beliefs in addition to their behaviors
    Provide learners with a balance of challenge and support
    Create opportunities for participants to teach as well as learn
    Design and cultivate learning communities as well as learning media
  • 50. 6 Principles of Workplace Learning
    Link learning to value for the individual and the organization
    Connect action and reflection in a continuous cycle
    Address learners’ attitudes and beliefs in addition to their behaviors
    Provide learners with a balance of challenge and support
    Create opportunities for participants to teach as well as learn
    Design and cultivate learning communities as well as learning media
  • 51. Poll
    Which of these principles presents the greatest challenge for your organization?
    Link learning to value for the individual and the organization
    Connect action and reflection in a continuous cycle
    Address learners’ attitudes and beliefs in addition to their behaviors
    Provide learners with a balance of challenge and support
    Create opportunities for participants to teach as well as learn
    Design and cultivate learning communities as well as learning media
  • 52. Poll
    Which Principle is missing in your learning solutions?
    Link learning to value for the individual and the organization
    Connect action and reflection in a continuous cycle
    Address learners’ attitudes and beliefs in addition to their behaviors
    Provide learners with a balance of challenge and support
    Create opportunities for participants to teach as well as learn
    Design and cultivate learning communities as well as learning media
  • 53. New Generation Leaders Program
    Various topics linked to competencies
    Elective
    Elective
    Elective
    Elective
    One Day
    Two Days
    Senior Leader Briefings
    Learning Event: Session Two
    Group Learning Event: Session One
    360° Online Competency-BasedAssessment
    Learning Team Reconnects
    Acceleration Team Process
    Accelerated Application of
    Tools on Critical Projects
    Learning Teams
    Learning Teams
    Coaching
    On-Line Collaboration Site with: topic discussion threads, expert blogs, links to resources, connection to coaches
  • 58. 1. Link learning to value for the individual and the organization
    Various topics linked to competencies
    Elective
    Elective
    Elective
    Elective
    Two Days
    Group Learning Event: Session One
    360° Online Competency-BasedAssessment
    Accelerated Application of
    Tools on Critical Projects
    Learning Teams
    Learning Teams
  • 59. 2. Connect action and reflection in a continuous cycle
    Sr. Leader Briefing: Generates Action and Reflection
    Tool Application to business issues: Action and Challenge
    Tool Application to business issues: Action and Challenge
    Coaching: Reflection, Support and Challenge
  • 60. 3. Address learners’ attitudes and beliefs in addition to their behaviors
    Immersion/ Simulation
    Presentation
    Large Group Discussion
    Example
    Small Group Discussion
    Real Play
    Application Planning
    34
    34
  • 61. 4. Provide learners with a balance of challenge and support
    Tool Application –Communication – Support
    Coaching
  • 62. 5. Create opportunities for participants to teach as well as learn
    One Day
    One Day
    Acceleration Team Process
    Learning Event: Session One
    Learning Event: Session Two
    Learning Teams
    Learning Teams
    Learning Team Reconnects
    • Senior Leader Presence
    • 63. Accountability
    • 64. Results
    • 65. Lessons
    • 66. Future Planning
    • 67. Focus on Critical Leverage Points
    • 68. Supported by Manager Coaching
    • 69. Concentrated Application of Tools
    Accelerated Application of
    Tools on Critical Projects
    Ongoing Line Manager Coaching and Follow-up
    On-Line Collaboration Site with: topic discussion threads, expert blogs, links to resources, connection to coaches
  • 70. 6. Design and cultivate learning communities as well as learning media
    New Generation Leadership
    On-Line Collaboration Site with: topic discussion threads, expert blogs, links to resources, connection to coaches
  • 71. 6 Principles of Workplace Learning
    Link learning to value for the individual and the organization
    Connect action and reflection in a continuous cycle
    Address learners’ attitudes and beliefs in addition to their behaviors
    Provide learners with a balance of challenge and support
    Create opportunities for participants to teach as well as learn
    Design and cultivate learning communities as well as learning media
  • 72. The Shifting Role of Learning and Development
    • Develop leaders as “leaders of people”
    Develop “leaders of learning” and as “cultivators of experience”
  • 73. The Shifting Role of Learning and Development
    • Develop leaders as “leaders of people”
    Develop “leaders of learning” and as “cultivators of experience”
    Enable knowledge sharing and access, and the distribution of expertise
    • Build learning solutions
  • The Shifting Role of Learning and Development
    Develop “leaders of people”
    Develop “leaders of learning” and as “cultivators of experience”
    Enable knowledge sharing and access to expertise
    • Build learning solutions
    Promote learning as a critical tool for addressing strategic business issues
    • Deploy curricula and training programs
  • Final Thoughts
    Today’s business speed and complexity requires more workplace learning
    Learners and leaders as well as L&D have an increased role in learning
    Forum Principles of Workplace Learning apply more than ever
    Technology provides new ways to deploy and increase the effectiveness of learning over time
  • 74. Your Questions
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  • 75. Strategy. Accelerated.
    Forum mobilizes people to embrace the critical strategies of their organization and accelerate results. When you need to swiftly align your people to tackle an opportunity or tear down a roadblock, Forum is an essential business asset.
    www.forum.com
    800.FORUM.11
    Elizabeth.Griep@forum.com
    Simon.Fowler@forum.com