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What will change in the world of learning and learning technology over the next 12 months? There’s usually plenty of speculation and noise round this topic at the beginning of the year, but not always …

What will change in the world of learning and learning technology over the next 12 months? There’s usually plenty of speculation and noise round this topic at the beginning of the year, but not always much light. Join Reed Learning and Don Taylor as we sort the hits from the hype and the significant from the superficial.

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  • February 27 National TheatreWhat will change in the world of learning and learning technology over the next 12 months? There’s usually plenty of speculation and noise round this topic at the beginning of the year, but not always much light. Join Reed Learning and Don Taylor as we sort the hits from the hype and the significant from the superficial: The key role of individual expectationsKey influences from beyond learning and technologyWhat CEOs really mean when they talk about ‘talent’The important, underlying technical trendsWhat’s going to be talked up but trivial this yearhttp://www.reedlearning.com/campaigns/events/breakfast-feb-2014-full-programme#sthash.SlWByFZb.dpuf
  • February 27 National TheatreWhat will change in the world of learning and learning technology over the next 12 months? There’s usually plenty of speculation and noise round this topic at the beginning of the year, but not always much light. Join Reed Learning and Don Taylor as we sort the hits from the hype and the significant from the superficial: Key influences from beyond learning and technologyThe key role of individual expectationsWhat CEOs really mean when they talk about ‘talent’The important, underlying technical trendsWhat’s going to be talked up but trivial this year
  • Deloitte Human Capital Trends 2013Bersin by Deloitte Brandon HallConference Board’s 2013 CEO Challenge Survey PwCAccenture
  • IPPR Commission on the Future of Higher Education 2013 Source: Levy et all 2011http://www.slideshare.net/jarche/network-era-workplace?ref=http://www.jarche.com/http://www.jarche.com/2013/07/preparing-for-the-network-era-workplace/Deloitte 2011 Shift Index from the Centre for the Edgehttp://www.deloitte.com/assets/dcom-unitedstates/local%20assets/documents/us_tmt_2011shiftindex_111011.pdfPg 128Between 1965 and 2010 the topple rate for all companies in the economy with more than $100m in net wales increased almost 40% as competition exposed low performers and ate away at their returns.
  • Harvard Business Review, The Pace of Technology Adoption is Speeding Up, 11/25/2013; The Boston Consulting Group, Winning in an Age of Turbulence, 8/21/2012Product innovation is accelerating- Took decades for the phone to reach 50% of households, 5 years for mobile phones- Not just tech – used to take 5 years to bring a new car to market, now 2-3- Payments technology (PayPal, Square, mPesa, microcredit…)Topple rate = rate at which large companies lose their leadership positions has more than doubled. Annual rank shuffling among US firmsDeloitte 2011 Shift Index from the Centre for the Edgehttp://www.deloitte.com/assets/dcom-unitedstates/local%20assets/documents/us_tmt_2011shiftindex_111011.pdfPg 128Between 1965 and 2010 the topple rate for all companies in the economy with more than $100m in net wales increased almost 40% as competition exposed low performers and ate away at their returns.
  • Harvard Business Review, The Pace of Technology Adoption is Speeding Up, 11/25/2013; The Boston Consulting Group, Winning in an Age of Turbulence, 8/21/2012Product innovation is accelerating- Took decades for the phone to reach 50% of households, 5 years for mobile phones- Not just tech – used to take 5 years to bring a new car to market, now 2-3- Payments technology (PayPal, Square, mPesa, microcredit…)Topple rate = rate at which large companies lose their leadership positions has more than doubled. Annual rank shuffling among US firmsDeloitte 2011 Shift Index from the Centre for the Edgehttp://www.deloitte.com/assets/dcom-unitedstates/local%20assets/documents/us_tmt_2011shiftindex_111011.pdfPg 128Between 1965 and 2010 the topple rate for all companies in the economy with more than $100m in net wales increased almost 40% as competition exposed low performers and ate away at their returns.
  • 1/3of people working for US-based multinationals work outside of the United StatesPhoto: Extra Medium /John Muellerhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/libaer2002/3987000232/
  • 1/3of people working for US-based multinationals work outside of the United StatesPhoto: Extra Medium /John Muellerhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/libaer2002/3987000232/
  • The Wall Street Journal, Big U.S. Firms Shift Hiring Abroad, 4/2011; Accenture, The rise of the extended workforce, 4/2013
  • The Wall Street Journal, Big U.S. Firms Shift Hiring Abroad, 4/2011; Accenture, The rise of the extended workforce, 4/2013
  • http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/ceo-survey/2013/assets/pwc-16th-global-ceo-survey_jan-2013.pdf
  • http://www.conference-board.org/subsites/index.cfm?id=14514
  • http://www-935.ibm.com/services/uk/en/c-suite/ceostudy2012/“Building talent and culture willhave the most significant,longest-lasting impact on anorganization — more so than anyother activity a CEO can do.”John R. Strangfeld, Chairman and CEO,Prudential Financial
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/campuspartybrasil/5367149291/sizes/m/in/photostream/
  • Jane Hart’s top 100 tools
  • Maturing deliveryVideoMobileThe new classroomThe rise of the networked individual CurationPersonalizationOpen everythingCollaborationThe cloudThe business demands moreKMTMRegulatory training
  • Maturing deliveryVideoMobileThe new classroomThe rise of the networked individual CurationPersonalizationOpen everythingCollaborationThe cloudThe business demands moreKMTMRegulatory training
  • Maturing deliveryVideoMobileThe new classroomThe rise of the networked individual CurationPersonalizationOpen everythingCollaborationThe cloudThe business demands moreKMTMRegulatory training
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/wanderin_weeta/2175503689/sizes/o/in/photostream/
  • February 27 National TheatreWhat will change in the world of learning and learning technology over the next 12 months? There’s usually plenty of speculation and noise round this topic at the beginning of the year, but not always much light. Join Reed Learning and Don Taylor as we sort the hits from the hype and the significant from the superficial: The key role of individual expectationsKey influences from beyond learning and technologyWhat CEOs really mean when they talk about ‘talent’The important, underlying technical trendsWhat’s going to be talked up but trivial this yearhttp://www.reedlearning.com/campaigns/events/breakfast-feb-2014-full-programme#sthash.SlWByFZb.dpuf
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    • 1. Key L&D trends in 2014 Donald H Taylor Chairman, The Learning and Performance Institute
    • 2. #reedbriefing #LDtrends Group: reedlearning @reedlearning reedlearning
    • 3. Trends in L&D What L&D trends are you seeing?
    • 4. Big themes • Influences from beyond L&D • What CEOs really mean by „talent‟ • Technology and the consumer-learner • 2014‟s red herrings
    • 5. 1 Influences from beyond L&D
    • 6. The knowledge economy is here IPPR 2013, quoted by Jarche
    • 7. Business is less unpredictable Deloitte Shift
    • 8. Business is less unpredictable Companies are knocked out of their competitive or market positions 2.3 times as often as 50 years ago. Deloitte Shift
    • 9. A borderless world Photo: Hellebardius
    • 10. A borderless world 60% of US companies will source and produce more in foreign markets than they do at home by 2020 Photo: Hellebardius
    • 11. Trends in L&D What does the „extended enterprise‟ mean to you?
    • 12. The extended enterprise Balance sheet talent Partnership talent Borrowed talent Freelance talent Open source talent “In 2020 half the people you rely on don‟t actually work for you.” Deloitte HCT
    • 13. The extended enterprise 20%+ of the US workforce are now independent – freelancers, contractors and temps (vs 6% in 1989) Balance sheet talent Partnership talent Borrowed talent Freelance talent Open source talent “In 2020 half the people you rely on don‟t actually work for you.” Deloitte HCT
    • 14. 1. Influences beyond L&D • Global, faster changing, more competitive, more connected and complicated • It‟s a VUCA world: – Volatile – Uncertain – Complex – Ambiguous
    • 15. 2 What CEOs mean by “talent”
    • 16. Trends in L&D What role does L&D play in your organisation‟s talent management?
    • 17. CEOs and skills Seventy per cent of executives say talent development is either important (43%) or extremely important (26%) to future growth. Forbes ‘Availability of key skills’ ranked second only to „Increasing tax burden’ by 1,330 CEOs as top threat to growth. PwC
    • 18. CEOs and skills
    • 19. Lloyd‟s Economist IU
    • 20. The Future of HR in Europe, BCG/EAPM, https://www.bcg.com/documents/file15033.pdf
    • 21. 54% of respondents view talent development as a significant (41%) or very significant (13%) challenge. Most organizations simply cannot envision the functional capabilities needed two or three years from now. Conventional training faces some of the same challenges. By the time courses are designed and delivered, the subject skills are already becoming outdated. Forbes IBM
    • 22. 3 Technology and the consumer-learner
    • 23. Tama Leaver Campus Party Brazil!
    • 24. ruderfinn.com
    • 25. Top 100 Tools for Learning 2013 (http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools), Jane Hart / Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies, 9/2013
    • 26. 13 learning facets in 2014 Video Mobile Games/Gamification The new classroom Curation Personalization Open everything Collaboration The cloud Showing value Talent Management Knowledge Management Increased regulation
    • 27. 3 learning trends in 2014 Video Mobile Games/Gamification The new classroom Curation Personalization Open everything Collaboration The cloud Showing value Talent Management Knowledge Management Increased regulation
    • 28. 3 learning trends in 2014 Maturing, widening delivery The rise of the networked individual The demanding business
    • 29. 4 L&D Red herrings in 2014
    • 30. L&D Red herrings Where do you think the L&D hype is?
    • 31. Don‟s L&D red herrings for 2014 • MOOCs • Gen Y • Over hyped devices • Output obsession wanderin_weeta/
    • 32. Key L&D trends in 2014 Donald H Taylor Chairman, The Learning and Performance Institute
    • 33. #reedbriefing #LDtrends Group: reedlearning @reedlearning reedlearning