10 challenges  for workforce development River Murray Training Pty Ltd Presenter: Barb McPherson
Framework Projects <ul><li>SCADA and MIS  Skills for the Future  Industry Engagment </li></ul><ul><li>Inclusivity  pilot- ...
Knowledge Organisations Learners Business VET system
George Siemens Charles Jennings Thomas A Stewart Knowledge
Knowledge Thomas A Stewart: “The Wealth of Knowledge” New economy 1)  Knowledge has become what  we buy, what we sell and ...
Knowledge George Siemens Charles Jennings Charles Jennings:  Education.au,  Global Summit 2006 Technology Connected Future...
Knowing & Know-how George Siemens: “Knowing Knowledge” 1)  Knowledge sources are changing . We are the filters, mediator t...
Knowledge 1)  Amount of knowledge 3)  Digital nature of knowledge challenges 2)  Speed with which it changes
Knowledge challenges impacts Amount of knowledge Speed with which it changes Digital nature of knowledge
Thomas Friedman Thomas A Stewart Business
Business Thomas Friedman: “The World is Flat” <ul><li>1. New ways or doing business  </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Open-sourcing  ...
Business Thomas Stewart: “the Wealth of Knowledge” A community of practice A place to keep knowledge asset A help desk (a ...
4)  Changing shape of businesses 5) Global relationships, economy Business challenges
Changing shape of business Business impacts Global relationships, economy
Davenport & Prusak Peter Senge Organisations
Organisations Peter Senge  The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of the Learning Organisation  (2006) Team Learning <ul...
Organisations Davenport & Prusak  Working Knowledge: how organisations manage what they know knowledge management <ul><li>...
6) a skilled and adaptable workforce is the only competitive advantage 7) Attitude to organisational learning and knowledg...
a skilled and adaptable workforce is the only competitive advantage Attitude to organisational learning and knowledge mana...
George Siemens Malcolm Knowles Learners
Learners Charles Jennings Digital learning <ul><li>Digital natives – multi-taskers, global thinkers ,  they are very much ...
Malcolm Knowles  “The Adult Learner” Learners Adult learning Theory <ul><li>Learners need to know – why, what, how   </li>...
8) Learner characteristics challenges Learners challenges
Learner characteristics Learners impacts Baby boomers,  Generations x, y and z Learning styles – JIT, just enough, multi-t...
VET system
9) Bureaucratic and political processes VET system challenges 10) Keeping up with Challenges 1-9
Bureaucratic and political processes Keeping up with Challenges 1-9 VET system impacts Are we training in the right skill ...
10 challenges  1)  Amount of knowledge 2)  Speed with which it changes 3)  Digital nature of knowledge 5) Global relations...
Thank you River Murray Training Pty Ltd Presenter: Barb McPherson [email_address] 0417824442
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Businesses and workplaces are very different to how they were 10, even just 5 years ago. Critics of our national training system suggest competencies are out of date. Are they? Or, is it our approaches to learning and our understanding of what constitutes training that is now out of step with the needs we claim to address? At what point do the national VET system, workforce development needs and culture of organisational learning intersect? Siemens and Wegner, familiar to VET practitioners on the Australian conference circuit 2005-2006, promote connectivism-network learning theory, and communities of practice respectively as relevant alternatives to traditional classroom learning. In this presentation, Barb McPherson a veteran of six Australian Flexible Learning Framework initiatives since 2002 considers ten challenges to workforce development and how RMT is responding and preparing for change.

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    1. 1. 10 challenges for workforce development River Murray Training Pty Ltd Presenter: Barb McPherson
    2. 2. Framework Projects <ul><li>SCADA and MIS Skills for the Future Industry Engagment </li></ul><ul><li>Inclusivity pilot- Mature Age Workers </li></ul><ul><li>Knowledge management - Learnscope </li></ul>
    3. 3. Knowledge Organisations Learners Business VET system
    4. 4. George Siemens Charles Jennings Thomas A Stewart Knowledge
    5. 5. Knowledge Thomas A Stewart: “The Wealth of Knowledge” New economy 1) Knowledge has become what we buy, what we sell and what we do . It is the most important factor of production. 2) Knowledge assets (intellectual assets) have become more important to companies than financial and physical assets. 3) To prosper in this new economy and to exploit these newly vital assets, we need new vocabularies, new management techniques, new technologies and new strategies
    6. 6. Knowledge George Siemens Charles Jennings Charles Jennings: Education.au, Global Summit 2006 Technology Connected Futures Digital era <ul><li>The information available to humans is currently growing at a rate of 30% per year . This growth is increasing year on year and showing no sign of slowing. </li></ul><ul><li>2) Ninety percent of the new information generated each year is stored on magnetic media of some type. The vast majority is unstructured. </li></ul><ul><li>3) Much of the information we interact with or use on a day-to-day basis has been generated in the recent past , and much will be invalid or out-of-date in the near future </li></ul>
    7. 7. Knowing & Know-how George Siemens: “Knowing Knowledge” 1) Knowledge sources are changing . We are the filters, mediator the weaver knowledge 2) Morality and ethical discussions are trailing behind progress of science and technology. 3) Societal trends change the environment in which knowledge exists
    8. 8. Knowledge 1) Amount of knowledge 3) Digital nature of knowledge challenges 2) Speed with which it changes
    9. 9. Knowledge challenges impacts Amount of knowledge Speed with which it changes Digital nature of knowledge
    10. 10. Thomas Friedman Thomas A Stewart Business
    11. 11. Business Thomas Friedman: “The World is Flat” <ul><li>1. New ways or doing business </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Open-sourcing Outsourcing, Off shoring Insourcing In-forming Supply-chaining </li></ul></ul>2. Growth of India – service industries and China – manufacturing, primary production Globalisation
    12. 12. Business Thomas Stewart: “the Wealth of Knowledge” A community of practice A place to keep knowledge asset A help desk (a librarian) (to tour newbies and visitors so they don’t irritate the regulars; and who keep the knowledge asset current.) A primer – a quick introduction to the body of knowledge Knowledge artefacts – connections and collections. A bulletin Board – to ask Does anybody know A Doorway – a link between the rest of the organisation and the knowledge asset. Creating knowledge assets
    13. 13. 4) Changing shape of businesses 5) Global relationships, economy Business challenges
    14. 14. Changing shape of business Business impacts Global relationships, economy
    15. 15. Davenport & Prusak Peter Senge Organisations
    16. 16. Organisations Peter Senge The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of the Learning Organisation (2006) Team Learning <ul><li>1) In the long run, the only sustainable source of competitive edge is your organisation’s ability to learn faster than its competitors. </li></ul><ul><li>There has never been a greater need for mastering team learning in organisations than there is today…..”the people who need one another to act” in the words of Arie de Geus, are becoming the key learning unit in organisations. </li></ul><ul><li>This is because almost all important decisions are now made in teams, either directly or through the need for teams to translate individual decisions into action. </li></ul>
    17. 17. Organisations Davenport & Prusak Working Knowledge: how organisations manage what they know knowledge management <ul><li>1) Despite the corporate mantra that employee knowledge is a valuable resource, most firms do not make concerted efforts to cultivate the knowledge-oriented activities of their personnel. </li></ul><ul><li>To begin knowledge management with a focus on organisationl learning would be a good idea, but firms rarely do. </li></ul>
    18. 18. 6) a skilled and adaptable workforce is the only competitive advantage 7) Attitude to organisational learning and knowledge management challenges Organisations challenges
    19. 19. a skilled and adaptable workforce is the only competitive advantage Attitude to organisational learning and knowledge management challenges Organisations impacts
    20. 20. George Siemens Malcolm Knowles Learners
    21. 21. Learners Charles Jennings Digital learning <ul><li>Digital natives – multi-taskers, global thinkers , they are very much just-in-time and just-enough learners </li></ul><ul><li>Young employees live in an abbreviated instant message type of world; writing more complex thoughts down is likely to become challenging </li></ul><ul><li>3) They have a different understanding of `basic skills' – wanting to get high-level overviews and return for `deeper dives' when and if needed </li></ul>
    22. 22. Malcolm Knowles “The Adult Learner” Learners Adult learning Theory <ul><li>Learners need to know – why, what, how </li></ul><ul><li>Self concept of the learner autonomous, self directing </li></ul><ul><li>Prior experience of the learner (resource, mental models) </li></ul><ul><li>Readiness to learn (life related, developmental task) </li></ul><ul><li>Orientation to learning (problem centered, contextual) </li></ul><ul><li>Motivation to learn </li></ul>
    23. 23. 8) Learner characteristics challenges Learners challenges
    24. 24. Learner characteristics Learners impacts Baby boomers, Generations x, y and z Learning styles – JIT, just enough, multi-tasking, Networked learning Life-long learning Repackage knowledge created by others Will move into many different fields over lifetime
    25. 25. VET system
    26. 26. 9) Bureaucratic and political processes VET system challenges 10) Keeping up with Challenges 1-9
    27. 27. Bureaucratic and political processes Keeping up with Challenges 1-9 VET system impacts Are we training in the right skill sets? Decision-making on VET policy? Needs based learning? Does AQTF support innovative RTO practices?
    28. 28. 10 challenges 1) Amount of knowledge 2) Speed with which it changes 3) Digital nature of knowledge 5) Global relationships, economy 4) Changing shape of businesses 5) a skilled and adaptable workforce is the only competitive advantage 6) Attitude to organisational learning 9) Bureaucratic and political processes 10) Keeping up with Challenges 1-9 7) Learning preferences 8) Generational characteristics – baby boomers, Gen X, Gen Y, Gen Z, and the
    29. 29. Thank you River Murray Training Pty Ltd Presenter: Barb McPherson [email_address] 0417824442
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