The Changing Learning Technologies Landscape T2 S1 P1


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The Changing Learning Technologies Landscape T2 S1 P1

  1. 1. Learning Technologies:The Changing Landscape - T2S1P1<br />David Wilson, Managing<br />
  2. 2. LT Landscape – Tectonic Shifts<br />Human Capital and Talent Silos<br />Service rather than Software<br />Learning Eco-System<br />Learning Technology Architecture: Sub-Trends<br />Renaissance of the Portal<br />Next Gen LMS<br />Getting Social<br />Open Source?<br />
  3. 3. Human Capital Landscape<br />Recruitment<br />Learning<br />Performance<br />Compensation<br />Transformatio’nalTalent Silo’s<br />TransactionalHR<br />HR Management<br />
  4. 4. Historic Strategy/Assumption<br />Recruitment<br />Learning<br />Performance<br />Compensation<br />HR Management<br />ERP/HRMS<br />
  5. 5. Talent Silos<br />Recruitment<br />Learning<br />Performance<br />Compensation<br />Best<br />Of<br />Breed<br />Best<br />Of<br />Breed<br />Best<br />Of<br />Breed<br />Best<br />Of<br />Breed<br />HR Management<br />ERP/HRMS<br />
  6. 6. From Silo to Hybrid<br />Recruitment<br />Learning<br />Performance<br />Compensation<br />Best<br />Of<br />Breed<br />Best<br />Of<br />Breed<br />Best<br />Of<br />Breed<br />Best<br />Of<br />Breed<br />HR Management<br />ERP/HRMS<br />
  7. 7. Preferred Software Model?<br />Recruitment<br />Learning<br />Performance<br />Compensation<br />Software as a Service<br />HR Management<br />
  8. 8. Example – LMS Supply Options<br />As Software<br />As Service<br />Software as a Service LMS<br />LMS Vendor<br />Managed Learning Service<br />E-learning/LT Provider<br />HRMS/ERP<br />Learning/HR Outsource<br />
  9. 9. Example – LMS Vendor Options<br />As Software<br />As Service<br />Software as a Service LMS<br />LMS Vendor<br />Managed Learning Service<br />E-learning/LT Provider<br />HRMS/ERP<br />Learning/HR Outsource<br />
  10. 10. Example – Shift to Service<br />As Software<br />As Service<br />Software as a Service LMS<br />LMS Vendor<br />Managed Learning Service<br />E-learning/LT Provider<br />HRMS/ERP<br />Learning/HR Outsource<br />
  11. 11. CONTEXTYour Learning Strategy<br />€ Engagement.00<br />€ Sales Revenue.00<br />€ Cost Efficiency.00<br />€ Market Share.00<br />€ Customer. Sat. 00<br />€ Brand Identity.00<br />€ Regulatory Compliance.00<br />How is your Learning Eco-System designed to support <br />your <br />business?Now<br />BusinessOutcomes<br />Work based Learning<br />BusinessOutcomes<br />Collaborative Learning<br />€ Business Case.00<br />Formal Learning<br />
  12. 12. How should Your Learning Eco-System be Evolving?<br />Work based Learning<br />Work based Learning<br />Collaborative Learning<br />Collaborative Learning<br />Now<br />Formal Learning<br />Formal Learning<br />Future<br />What drives value for your business and how does L&D support it in the future.<br />
  13. 13. Work based Learning<br />Formal Leaaning<br />Collaborative Learning<br />Action Learning<br />Performance Management<br />Mentoring<br />C<br />Live & Recorded Virtual Classroom<br />Day to Day Feedback<br />Coaching<br />EPSS<br />Search<br />Instructor Led F2F Classroom<br />Capability Frameworks<br />Corporate Portal<br />Learning Portal<br />Wikis<br />Learning Management System<br />Corporate Workflow<br />Communitiies of Excellence <br />Communities of Practice<br />Acadamies<br />Learner<br />Books 24*7<br />Forums<br />Generic e-learning<br />Blogs<br />What is Your Learning Landscape?Balance Between Work based, Collaborative and Formal Learning<br />External Bespokee-learning<br />Immersive Worlds<br />Internally Developede-learning<br />SMEDevelopede-learning<br />Video-cast & Podcast<br />BusinessSimulations<br />
  14. 14. Learning Technology Architecture<br />
  15. 15. Key LT Architecture Options<br />Learning Portal<br />Next GenLMS<br />SocialLearning <br />OpenSource?<br />
  16. 16. Renaissance of Portals<br />Big renaissance in interest in portals<br />Much more connected, interactive and personalised<br />With embedded LMS etc functionality<br />New technologies<br />Web2.0 interfaces (AJAX/Flex etc)<br />Embedded LMS Portlets (JSR168)<br />Web Services & Widgets<br />Interest in user content within portal itself<br />Ratings & comments<br />Discussion and Resource areas<br />16<br />
  17. 17. Next Generation LMS<br />The end of the catalogue as an interface<br />Search is much more critical<br />Increasingly transparent to end learners<br />Development planning driving learning planning<br />And embedding learning opportunities in context<br />Proliferation of learning resources and types<br />Big shift to JIT materials as well as formal learning<br />Tracking is much more than SCORM<br />Web analytics is more critical for diversity of learning resources<br />Reporting still critical, but now must be much more flexible<br />And able to output to external data analysis tools<br />17<br />
  18. 18. Getting Social<br />Huge rise in interest, but most still only tactical solutions<br />Often piloting low cost specialist tools (often open source)<br />All the main LMS and Talent platform players are also positioning their social add-ons<br />Corporate IT looking to own enterprise social/collaboration<br />But have no understanding or focus on learning/talent related value or needs<br />18<br />
  19. 19. The rise of SharePoint<br />Huge (uncontrolled) growth in most companies<br />Often seen as the answer to any Portal or Collaboration question<br />Supported by IT, but often lacks real strategy or management capacity<br />Actually quite poor at most specialist collaboration requirements<br />E.g. as a Wiki, or as a discussion space<br />Some learning add-ons but not currently fit for purpose for majority of corporate needs<br />
  20. 20. Open Source?<br />Huge growth in awareness of open source options in corporate sector<br />Majority of real interest is in Moodleand some in open source support tools <br />(portal, reporting etc)<br />Need to be clarity about:<br />LT Role: Moodle is NOT an LMS<br />Supply chain and service model<br />Total cost of ownership<br />
  21. 21. Where are you going?<br />21<br />
  22. 22. Thank You – Any Questions?<br /><br />