The Three E's of Corporate Education in the 21st Century: Economy, Ecology and E-Training
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A new economy. Changing technology. Sustainability. All of these 21st-century business challenges lead to the need for updated corporate training and development. How do corporations develop the ...

A new economy. Changing technology. Sustainability. All of these 21st-century business challenges lead to the need for updated corporate training and development. How do corporations develop the talent management needed to thrive in this evolving and dynamic business climate? We’ll explore corporate learning in terms of alternative methods, improved delivery and responding to the need to incorporate sustainability goals. This session will generate awareness of how alternative learning paths and academic mobility can have a positive impact on our environment.

Felicia Haslom, Senior Director, National Accounts, Keller Center for Corporate Learning

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The Three E's of Corporate Education in the 21st Century: Economy, Ecology and E-Training The Three E's of Corporate Education in the 21st Century: Economy, Ecology and E-Training Presentation Transcript

  • E3 CORPORATE EDUCATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY { ECONOMY ENVIRONMENT E-LEARNING Felicia N. Haslom Senior Director, National Accounts Keller Center for Corporate Learning DeVry University and its Keller Graduate School of Management
  • – President Obama 2010 State of the Union Address 2
  • ECONOMY •  Learning More with Less •  Getting More with Less ENVIRONMENT •  Green Learning •  Green Calculator E-LEARNING •  Carbon Footprint •  Blended Learning AGENDA 3
  • Learn More with Less… Tailored Learning •  Efficient use of training dollars versus Tuition Assistance •  Real and measurable value to the organization •  Addresses Most critical content •  Business leaders can address other priorities •  Meets immediate business needs •  Reduces time addressing business matters already mastered ECONOMY 4
  • Learn More with Less… Tailored Learning Case Study COMPANY: Large Telecommunications Company COMPANY NEED: Leadership Development SITUATION: High Turnover DEVRY SOLUTION: Leadership in the 21st Century OUTCOMES: Stronger leadership, innovative leadership practices, open minded and improved communication skills. ECONOMY 5
  • Learn More with Less… Cohort Based Learning This model is based on the principles of constructivism and reflective practice, which foster cooperative learning and are consistent with research findings on successful professional growth practices. ECONOMY 6
  • Learn More with Less… Cohort Based Learning Facilitates •  Diversity •  Stability/Retention •  Team Learning/Knowledge Sharing •  Employee Customized “In-class” Discussions •  Strong Relationships •  Reduced “Out of Office” Time •  Efficiency •  Common Corporate Goals ECONOMY 7
  • Getting More with Less… Corporations spend more time, money and effort teaching adults than do all colleges in America combined. ECONOMY 8
  • Getting More with Less… Corporations spend more time, money and effort teaching adults than do all colleges in America combined. How much is your in-house training worth? ECONOMY 9
  • Getting More with Less… The American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service (CREDIT) connects workplace learning with colleges and universities by helping adults gain access to academic credit for formal courses and examinations taken outside traditional degree programs. ECONOMY 10
  • Getting More with Less… The American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service (CREDIT) connects workplace learning with colleges and universities by helping adults gain access to academic credit for formal courses and examinations taken outside traditional degree programs. ACE Credit Training + Articulation = College Credit ECONOMY 11
  • Getting More with Less… Why ACE? ECONOMY 12
  • Getting More with Less… Why ACE? EMPLOYERS: National recognition for quality training and saved tuition dollars EMPLOYEES: Gain access to colleges and universities COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES: Can more efficiently process adult learner enrollments and connect with workplace partners, thus contributing to their institutional effectiveness. ECONOMY 13
  • McDonald’s ACE Training McDonald’s Hamburger University ACE Semester Credit Hour Equivalents McDonald’s Hamburger University SE D’S UR N HO N IC E ) HO IO LE PL RS S IT ISIO S UR AL UR IT IS AB AP OU ED DIV CO ON ED IV ACE Semester Credit Hour Equivalents (IF RY C CR R D N CR ER IO CD PE W RS V DE LO UP M VE SE D’S 1 1 UR N HO N ) IC E HO IO MCD-0009 2 2 LE PL RS S IT ISIO S UR AL UR IT IS AB AP OU 3 2 ED DIV CO ON ED IV (IF RY C CR R D 1 6 N CR ER IO CD PE 2 6 W RS V MCD-0031 DE LO UP M VE 3 6 4 6 MCD-0008 2 1 2 2 MCD-0044 3 MCD-0041 1 2 1 3 1 2 MCD-0005 3 3 2 2 MCD-0016 3 2 4 3 4 3 1 2 5 3 MCD-0012 MCD-0042 2 2 2 HRM 420 MCD-0043 3 1 of 2 req. MCD-0046 1 1 MCD-0015 2 In addition to specific courses listed, 1 2 MCD-0057 3 any four credit-hours of upper MCD-0026 1 2 division coursework may be applied 2 2 MCD-0045 2 2 to HMT-410. 1 2 3 2 1 3 2 2 MCD-0001 MCD-0063 2 3 3 2 MCD-0055 2 MGMT 303 4 2 1 3 1 of 2 req. MCD-0050 1 1 2 3 MGMT 303 MCD-0047 1 of 2 req. 2 2 MCD-0060 1 MCD-0027 3 MCD-0048 3 MCD-0053 1 MCD-0028 3 MCD-0054 2 HRM 420 866.606.8349 | keller.devry.edu MGMT 303 1 3 1 3 2 of 2 req. 2 of 2 req. 2 3 HRM 420 MCD-0051 2 of 2 req. DeVry University is accredited by The Higher Learning MGMT 303 HRM 420 Commission of the North Central Association (NCA), 2 3 MCD-0018 3 2 2 of 2 req. www.ncahlc.org. Keller Graduate School of Management 2 of 2 req. is included in this accreditation. HRM 420 4 2 For descriptions of course offerings, please reference our MCD-0056 3 2 of 2 req. current academic catalogs. HRM 420 Program availability varies by location. In New York, 1 1 5 3 2 of 2 req. DeVry University operates as DeVry College of MCD-0017 MCD-0059 3 New York. 2 1 DeVry is certified to operate by the State Council of 1 2 MCD-0029 1 MCD-0002 2 2 Higher Education of Virginia. AC0600 MCD-0062 1 3 2 © 2008 DeVry University. All rights reserved. 55-960866 1 3 MCD-0049 2 2 3 3 1 2 MCD-0020 2 2 MCD-0007 2 MCD-0061 1 1 2 MCD-0052 2 2 ECONOMY 14
  • 1 2 2 2 1 3 MCD-0005 3 3 4 3 1 2 MCD-0012 2 2 McDonald’s ACE Training MCD-0046 1 1 1 2 MCD-0026 2 2 McDonald’s Hamburger University 1 2 ACE Semester Credit Hour Equivalents 2 2 MCD-0063 SE D’S 3 2 UR N HO N ) IC E HO IO LE PL RS S IT ISIO S UR AL UR IT IS AB AP OU ED DIV CO ON ED IV (IF RY C CR R D N CR ER IO CD PE W 4 2 RS V DE LO UP M VE 1 2 2 1 1 MCD-0047 2 1 3 MCD-0005 3 3 4 1 3 2 2 2 MCD-0012 MCD-0046 2 1 1 MCD-0027 2 3 1 2 MCD-0026 2 1 2 2 MCD-0028 3 MGMT 303 2 2 MCD-0063 3 2 4 2 1 3 MCD-0047 1 1 2 of 2 req. MCD-0027 2 2 MCD-0051 3 MCD-0028 3 MGMT 303 MGMT 303 2 3 MCD-0051 1 3 2 of 2 req. MGMT 303 2 of 2 req. 2 3 MCD-0056 3 2 of 2 req. MCD-0056 3 1 1 MCD-0017 2 1 1 1 MCD-0029 MCD-0017 1 MCD-0062 1 1 3 2 1 MCD-0049 2 2 3 1 2 MCD-0029 3 1 MCD-0020 MCD-0007 2 2 MCD-0062 2 1 MCD-0061 1 MCD-0052 1 2 1 3 2 2 MCD-0049 2 2 3 3 ECONOMY 15 1 2 MCD-0020 2 2 MCD-0007 2
  • Reduce Costs and Increase Efficiency to Produce a Lean, GREEN Learning Machine America’s universities are changing day-to-day operations in response to growing environmental awareness. ENVIRONMENT 16
  • – 2009 Forrester Research Study – Carl Claunch Gartner Group 2008 ENVIRONMENT 17
  • Green Learning Environmental Impact Video Conferencing Reduced Costs and Carbon Emissions Paperless Reduced Use of Paper/Trees Learning Management System Reduced Travel and Carbon Emissions Use Less Electricity, Packaging and Laptops vs. Desktop Raw Materials ENVIRONMENT 18
  • ENVIRONMENT SOURCE: www.conservatree.com/learn/EnviroIssues/TreeStats.shtml 19
  • Cost Savings = Positive Effects on Environment ENVIRONMENT SOURCE: www.conservatree.com/learn/EnviroIssues/TreeStats.shtml 20
  • GREEN Calculator Paperless Learning A Large Retail Corporation’s Paper Savings Total Pages 2,000,000 Reams of Paper (500 sheets/ream) 4,000 Number of Trees Saved (17 reams/tree) 235 ENVIRONMENT SOURCE: www.conservatree.com/learn/EnviroIssues/TreeStats.shtml 21
  • GREEN Learning Technology and E-Learning have replaced the conventional mode of training, knowledge sharing and communicating. "Training being indispensable to the growth of any organization, E-Learning is a tool that facilitates the process of upgrading employee skills and makes them agile in today’s competitive and volatile environment” – Rakhi Sharma Vice President, HR, UnitedLex E-LEARNING 22
  • What is E-Learning? •  A learning environment supported by continuously evolving, collaborative processes focused on increasing individual and organizational performance. •  The use of technology to design, deliver, select, administer, support and extend learning. •  The delivery of a learning, training or education program by electronic means. E-Learning involves the use of a computer or electronic device (ex. a mobile phone) in some way to provide training, educational or learning material. E-LEARNING 23
  • E-LEARNING 24
  • Cost Analysis Off-site Classroom – 1,000 Employees Green E-Learning – 1,000 Employees Course Fees $210,000 Course Fees $140,000 Instructor Air Travel $2,400 Instructor Air Travel $0 Instructor Lodging/Meals $24,000 Instructor Lodging/Meals $0 Catering $30,000 Catering $0 Employee Air Travel $120,000 Employee Air Travel $0 Employee Car Travel $56,150 Employee Car Travel $0 Employee Lodging Meals $120,000 Employee Lodging Meals $0 Facility Costs $60,000 Facility Costs $0 Total Costs $622,550 Total Costs $140,000 Cost analysis for 3-day class, 25 learners per class, Plus, experience increased productivity with 40 sessions/120 days “just-in-time” training and less downtime E-LEARNING 25
  • E-Learning at Best EFFICIENCY: Avoiding scheduling of classroom training and booking instructors EMPOWERMENT: Putting the responsibility for learning in the hands of learners BUSINESS: Using fast, effective learning as a competitive weapon CONVENIENCE: Letting time-pressured employees learn at the best time and place CONNECTION: Connecting learning data to other systems E-LEARNING 26
  • Carbon Footprint Off-site Classroom – 1,000 Employees Green E-Learning – 1,000 Employees Employee Travel 147.69 No Additional Travel Instructor Air Travel 3.10 Use Existing Office Space and Equipment Lodging 10.79 No Additional Material Consumption Catering 10.04 Save Over 4,364 Gallons of Gas Produces 171.62 Tons of CO2 Produces 0 Tons of CO2 Approx. Carbon Footprint for 3-day class, Green E-Learning creates no additional CO2 25 learners per class, 40 sessions/120 days outside of normal operating levels E-LEARNING SOURCE: Globallearning Systems 27
  • Implementation •  Understand goals of various departments •  Customize learning strategies -  Collaborate with department heads and assess individual skill sets •  Provide formal follow up and methods for continuous learning •  Align results with specific business goals E-LEARNING 28
  • Blended Learning Success— Biomedical Industry Leader Goals of E-Learning •  Improve Project Completion Rates •  Improve Employee Skill Sets •  Reduce Paper Usage Classroom Training •  Tailored Training •  Career Coaching •  Decrease Carbon Footprint E-LEARNING 29
  • Blended Learning Success— Biomedical Industry Leader E-Learning – each course included an online component •  Onsite Course Discussion •  Required Online Posts •  E-book E-LEARNING 30
  • – Louis Ross CTO, Ford Motor Company E-LEARNING 31
  • Past > Present > Future Past > Present Future Distant Learning Blended Learning Textbook and E-book E-book/Kindle/iPad Multimedia Enrich Multimedia and Interactivity Learning by Reading Learning by Doing E-LEARNING 32
  • E3 ECONOMY – Learn More with Less ENVIRONMENT – Green Learning E-LEARNING – Past, Present, Future 33
  • – Baba Dioum 34
  • Felicia Haslom – Senior Director, National Accounts fhaslom@devry.edu | 407.733.5333 35
  • Sources •  http://www.destinationcrm.com/Issue/1775-April-2010.htm •  http://www.trainingindustry.com/media/1578185/expertus%20-% 20going%20green.pdf •  http://en.microcosmaquariumexplorer.com/wiki/Baba_Dioum •  http://www.workforce.com/section/11/ •  http://teachingtechnology.suite101.com/article.cfm/going-green-in-the- classroom-with-blackboard •  http://www.squidoo.com/Reducing-Your-Carbon-Footprint 36