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Vivid Ideas Festival, Sydney 2014 - Tertiary 3.0: - Lifelong Employabilty - Changing the Organisational DNA

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What responsibility do employers bear for on-going training and keeping their staff up to date in a rapidly-changing world? How innovative companies bringing their skills development programs in-house …

What responsibility do employers bear for on-going training and keeping their staff up to date in a rapidly-changing world? How innovative companies bringing their skills development programs in-house and working with educators to unlock the potential of their workforce.

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  • Good afternoon everyone.

    Last night I could not sleep well as you cant before a presentation in an ideas festival before an august audience. There were 2 questions that kept pondering on 1. What threads should I wear today 2. And what would be chaeper buying a train ticket or using the opal card. As you can see the only risk I have taken for “coolness” is not wearing a white shirt. And I did use the Opal card.

    But there has another question that has been bothering me for a long time. What will I be doing when I am 65 years old in 2033 ? Because you see I don’t I am the retiring kind of person because I worry all the time and cant relax. You see I do end up buying a caravan I probably would not use it much to keep the kms low for resale.
  • 27 L&D professionals from 23 organisations.

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  • 1. Jeevan Joshi, Producer Learning Cafe LIFELONG EMPLOYABILITY CHANGING THE ORGANISATIONAL DNA
  • 2. Now Portfolio of work 65 yo 2033 ? 70 yo 2038 ?
  • 3. What work will I be doing ? Related to college degree or trade ? Changed my profession ? Casual ? Full Time ? Part Time ?
  • 4. Probably Knowledge work Casual or part time Less wages
  • 5. Or will I be Unemployed ?
  • 6. Traditional jobs are disappearing …..automated moved elsewhere and will I be retooled new work ?
  • 7. Population 23.5 Million 46 year olds 301,000 y.o 2014 46 y.o Population 31.2 Million 65 year olds 307,000 y.o 2033 65 y.o http://www.abs.gov.au/websitedbs/d3310114.nsf/home/Population%20Pyramid%20-%20Australia
  • 8. Retooling not incremental change
  • 9. New career -> in demand skill Job -> entrepreneur Pivot on existing skills e.g 30% of my earning should come from new skills
  • 10. TOOLS FOR RETOOLING Lifelong Learning Mindset Continuing Education Offerings Tax & Financial Incentives Support Infrastructure (e.g childcare) Career Advice National Skill Requirement Projections
  • 11. Existing infrastructure that can be repurposed ?
  • 12. EMPOYER LEARNING INFRASTRUCTURE
  • 13. Experienced Learning Professionals Infrastructure Rooms Systems Intimate Knowledge of Learner WHY ?
  • 14. as Lifelong Employment is no longer possible Employers must help build Lifelong Employability As Long term employment diminishes
  • 15. Start Planned Obsolesce Conversations Formally recognise your responsibility Allocate resources and funds Learning Employability Digital Acumen Entrepreneurship HOW ?
  • 16. WHY ? What is the business Case ?
  • 17. THINK THE BOX L&D MUST
  • 18. http://moocs.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/MOOC_infographic-01.jpg
  • 19. If MOOCS are Good & Free Why cant we use them for Employee Learning ? & Save money Provide flexibility Save time for HR In the long run
  • 20. 20 MOOCs (Massively Open Online Courses) can be a mainstream employee learning option. It offers cost effective learning with the benefits far outweighing the challenges. L&D/HR need to be proactive in exploring and including MOOCs in learning strategies. Working Group - 22 L&D Professionals from 15 organisations Advisory Group • Tim Drinkall-NBNCo • Peter Hall- QBE Insurance • Michael Eichler- IAG • Julie Catanach-Suncorp MOOCS FOR EMPLOYEE LEARNING www.moocsatwork.com
  • 21. Deployment Approach
  • 22. MOOCs for Employee Learning Phase 2 Behavioural Economics of Learning Digital Acumen For L&D LEARNING CAFÉ INITIATIVES
  • 23. Learning Professionals in the Workplace Recognise your role as a Nation Builder and act.
  • 24. 70 y.o Jeevan Joshi Looking for part time office based job. Can teleport to work Skills Qualified Robot Counsellor Simplicity Consultant Most parts newly replaced. Easy to manage. No CEO aspirations. Won’t hog kitchen supplies. http://mashable.com/2014/04/28/jobs-of-the-future/
  • 25. THANK YOU