Top Tasks for Corporate Learning & Elearning Departments in 2014


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Review of key insights from Kineo's 2013 survey and the top tasks for corporate Learning & Elearning Departments in 2014

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  • Top Tasks for Corporate Learning & Elearning Departments in 2014

    1. 1. Learning Insights Key L&D Tasks For 2014
    2. 2. Review of key insights from 2013 survey - slides 3-34 Key tasks for L&D in 2014 starts on slide 35 Feel free to jump ahead 
    3. 3. Learning at the speed of need Learners, companies won’t wait...
    4. 4. 1 Learning is pervasive Learning is continuous, collaborative & connected. Lives outside a learning management system.
    5. 5. 5
    6. 6. Informal content expanding e.g. Google, ebooks, videos, podcasts, blog articles, slides, webinars, etc. Social learning expanding through online networks, that allow commenting, ratings, and sharing.
    7. 7. 2 Assessment is different in a pervasive learning world
    8. 8. Open Badges
    9. 9. 3 Design and delivery challenges
    10. 10. Workforces more global, more mobile Speed of change - legislation, products Technology - multiple devices
    11. 11. Need one version that responds not multiple versions
    12. 12. 4 Design higher empathy learning Adaptive and personalised learning approaches
    13. 13. High system Online Compliance Adaptive & personalised Contribute & collaborate Immersive & real Low empathy High empathy Coaching Resources Books Mentoring Low system
    14. 14. The web moving this way Amazon and Google are highly personalised based on your behaviour Amazon knows what sites you visited, what you looked at, prices you were offered, where your mouse hovered.....
    15. 15. Learning Sites We track and record learning, mostly so we can report on activity, progress, and completion Commercial Sites Track activity so can change what is provided to us on the next visit eg adverts, offers, content
    16. 16. 5 Line managers remain critical
    17. 17. Higher empathy approaches - Coaching Mentoring Feedback Reflection
    18. 18. 6 Never underestimate the power of learners to help each other and learn from each other
    19. 19. Users forming their own groups and seeking help from their networks
    20. 20. Social learning Users adopting new technologies - Facebook Groups - Webinars Users not waiting
    21. 21. 7 Danger Informal Learning Becomes Chaotic How can we guide learners? Provide resources not courses. Curate content.
    22. 22. 8 Internal staff development Recruit for attitude, motivation, …‘Will not skill’ Growth in Apprenticeships
    23. 23. 9 More for less
    24. 24. More for less Business case Focus on benefits
    25. 25. Utilise lower cost methods - Open source - Rapid tools
    26. 26. Totara & LMS Solution
    27. 27. 10 Where web technology goes, learning will follow
    28. 28. Google Now Provides what you need before you ask for it: - Weather - Travel, traffic - Company information - People information
    29. 29. If Google was building an LMS it would: Provide what you need before you ask for it Be instantly available on all devices Have voice search Provide personalised results Guide you to resources based on author authority & social signals Have content that seamlessly works across all devices Provide immersive content, adapted to your needs Assess and recognise learning wherever it takes place
    30. 30. What can you do? 1. Establish a culture of pervasive learning Curate, cultivate , celebrate – don’t control 2. Increase empathy in your learning experiences Show people you care – diagnostic, support, manager follow through 3. Let Google lead – but don’t fall too far behind How can you personalise results in your LMS and systems? Can you offer meaningful suggestions to learners?
    31. 31. What can you do? 4. Improve systems, reduce their cost technology Open source / authoring tools Spend on distribution as well as content (and it’s cheap) 5. Make it personal Starts with how we engage and reach Tailor message to channel and audience
    32. 32. What can you do? 6. Make assessment an experience not an event Think beyond the test, continuous and multi-channel Social participation as assessment? 7. Follow the money and prove the value ROI still key but include Google Analytics in your measure too 8. Empathise with and enable your line managers They are your empathy agents – are they looked after?
    33. 33. What can you do? 9. Be a consultant It’s up to us to drive change - one project at a time “We need to make from taking orders for more of the same to saying let’s do it differently” 10. Become an authority “Design and delivery is a commodity, expertise is a differentiator” Show your expertise – share inside and outside via Social Media Be relentless – be pervasive
    34. 34. Thank you Report and lots more available at twitter @steverayson @stephentwalsh