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Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly
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  • Hi Fidelity: video, games, scenarios, business simulations, coaching, blended programmes, Low fidelity: resources, nuggets, documents, data sheets, checklists
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    • 1. Where to Next in Learning Strategy?Andrew JolyDesign DirectorLINE CommunicationsStand 35
    • 2. Where have we come from?
    • 3. JIC vs. JIT
    • 4. Top Down70:20:10Informal Relationships Formal Bottom Up
    • 5. Top Down On- Non-Experiential Formal demand formalClive Shepherd Bottom UpThe New Learning Architect
    • 6. Ways of learningWays of delivering learning
    • 7. Knowledge Skill AttitudeAwarenessBehaviour
    • 8. A Big Mix LearningArchitectures
    • 9. Coaching and Dialogue Communities Mentoring Knowledge Learner Learning Resources Journeys Resources Reflection & Exploration & ApplicationReinforcement Discovery Engagement/ Evaluation ExtensionCommunications Culture
    • 10. Coaching and Dialogue Communities Mentoring Knowledge Learner Learning Resources Journeys Resources Reflection & Exploration & ApplicationReinforcement Discovery Engagement/ Evaluation ExtensionCommunications Culture
    • 11. 2012/13 Recognition of Architectures New & different channels – beside what is there already Journeys - linking Fragmentation Joining up Learner Expectations Motivation: Anxiety: Confidence
    • 12. What next?The mix is shifting…
    • 13. Knowledge Skill AttitudeAwarenessBehaviour
    • 14. The mix is shifting Immediate knowledge/resources ↑ On the job learning ↑ Mobile ↑ Portals ↑ Internal, top-down E-learning ↓ External E-learning (MOOCs?) ↑ Relationships/F2F/coaching (value) ↑ Assessment ↓ Scenario-based challenges ↑
    • 15. The mix is shiftingPolarisation of learning channels
    • 16. Hi Fidelity Make me think! Low FidelityDon’t make me think!
    • 17. Success = Managing the mixManaging the change
    • 18. Control:Organisational Personal
    • 19. What does this mean for:• Organisations?• Individuals?
    • 20. OKMOrganisational Knowledge Management
    • 21. PKMPersonal Knowledge Management
    • 22. Organisational Knowledge ManagementOrganisation Individualise Operationalise Personalise Aggregate Learners
    • 23. Organisational Knowledge Management
    • 24. Organisational Knowledge Management But for human beings…
    • 25. Personal Knowledge Management• Reflection & continuous improvement• Management of learning – when & how• Information literacy - qualification• Organisational skills – librarianship• Networking – active network management• Researching – search, find, pull, share• Communication skills: perception, expression• Creative skills: patterns, innovation• Collaboration skills: creation, cooperation
    • 26. How do you make this happen?1] It’s happening already2] Put the right elements in place Hi Fidelity Low Fidelity
    • 27. How do you make this happen?Number 2 Competence
    • 28. How do you make this happen?Number Competence
    • 29. How do you make this happen?Number Competence
    • 30. How do you make this happen?
    • 31. EngagementPyramid ‘Live’ Collaborate Create Use: Apply Use: Find Use: Engage Register View Be aware of
    • 32. Andrew JolyAndrew.joly@line.co.uk
    • 33. Stand 35
    • 34. Wednesday 13.15Theatre 2
    • 35. LINE are looking for experienced Learning Designers and Programme ManagersAndrew JolyAndrew.joly@line.co.ukwww.line.co.uk

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