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  • 1. Virtual Learning Model © Karl Johnson, Reproduction by Permission Only Employing a four-point learning model helps global companies leverage learning and development across their entire system. This model informs the design and delivery of virtual learning as illustrated below: Learn Globally Share Globally Instruct Anywhere Apply Locally Distill and Share Best Practices Choose Experts from Around the Globe Capture Successes and Challenges Facilitate Instructor and Peer Coaching Provide Guidance and Time Participants Apply to their Work Global Learning
  • 2. Virtual Learning Model
    • Instruct
    • One of the principle benefits of using an online, virtual environment versus classroom instruction to drive global learning and development is that instructional resources are not constrained by geography. Through a global network of instructor and partner relationships, we can incorporate instructional resources that would otherwise be inaccessible or too costly to leverage in a global face-to-face deployment.
    © Karl Johnson, Reproduction by Permission Only Learn Globally Share Globally Instruct Anywhere Apply Locally Global Learning
  • 3. Virtual Learning Model
    • Apply
    • Design virtual programs to prepare participants to apply principles and tools from the instructional component of the program directly to their work. It is through application, experimentation, and action that participants begin to understand the benefits and challenges of the new ways of doing business suggested in the Instruct component.
    © Karl Johnson, Reproduction by Permission Only Learn Globally Share Globally Instruct Anywhere Apply Locally Global Learning
  • 4. Virtual Learning Model
    • Share
    • Executives often generate new knowledge and understanding by sharing experiences with each other. Provide participants a process for reflection and dialogue that enables the participants to learn from each other while developing themselves personally and professionally.
    © Karl Johnson, Reproduction by Permission Only Learn Globally Share Globally Instruct Anywhere Apply Locally Global Learning
  • 5. Virtual Learning Model
    • Learn
    • As a capstone, lead an interactive exercise in which participants distill the primary best-practices derived from their learning journey. This exercise serves a dual purpose. First, it grounds the participants’ learning in the salient outcomes of their own experiences. Second, these outcomes represent new institutional knowledge and can be leveraged to move the enterprise along a desired path of organizational learning.
    © Karl Johnson, Reproduction by Permission Only Learn Globally Share Globally Instruct Anywhere Apply Locally Global Learning
  • 6. Virtual Learning Options © Karl Johnson, Reproduction by Permission Only There are many options from which to choose when designing a virtual learning program. Instruct Apply Share Learn Conference Call Individual Plan Conference Call Conference Call Webinar/Audio: GoToMeeting Case Study Webinar/Audio: GoToMeeting Webinar/Audio: GoToMeeting Webinar/Video: MediaSite Action Learning: Individual Webinar/Video: MediaSite Webinar/Video: MediaSite Video Teleconference Action Learning: Group Video Teleconference Video Teleconference Telepresence Action Learning: Group with Coach Telepresence Telepresence Social Media Workspace Social Media Workspace Social Media Workspace
  • 7. Virtual Learning Options © Karl Johnson, Reproduction by Permission Only Proposed methods for delivering virtual learning, use the platforms that leaders already use in their daily work. Instruct Apply Share Learn Conference Call Individual Plan Conference Call Conference Call Webinar/Audio: GoToMeeting Case Study Webinar/Audio: GoToMeeting Webinar/Audio: GoToMeeting Webinar/Video: MediaSite Action Learning: Individual Webinar/Video: MediaSite Webinar/Video: MediaSite Video Teleconference Action Learning: Group Video Teleconference Video Teleconference Telepresence Action Learning: Group with Coach Telepresence Telepresence Social Media Workspace Social Media Workspace Social Media Workspace
  • 8. Virtual Learning Schedule © Karl Johnson, Reproduction by Permission Only Share 60 min Conference Call Monthly webinars with application and sharing during the inter-session weeks. Culminating in participants’ report-out of best-practices distilled from 3 cycles of Instruct, Apply, Share.