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Transforming the
Way We Learn.
Mahesh
1
2 Agenda
Trends in Learning
3
IT Risk Pro Game
2
Welcome to the latest
pedagogy!
1
3 Emerging Trends in Learning
MOOCs
3
Personalized Learning
2
Flipped Classrooms
4 MOOCs - Challenges
<5% completion
rate on average!
Content Access
Experience??
Coursera Completion Rate
5 In Summary…
KNOWLEDGE SKILL
ACTION ??
6 Before Flying…
Diminishing Attention Spans…7
8 Maslow’s Hierarchy
TRADITIONAL
Maslow’s Hierarchy
THE CURRENT MODEL…
9
So, what’s the solution…?
Gamifying learning?11
Gamifying learning?12
…No, Context is crucial!13
What we came up with…
IT Risk Pro Simulation15
Organizational ‘Thinking’16
IT Risk Pro Simulation17
Ready to Manage Risks of a Company?
18
19
Feels Familiar?19
Risk / Reward Ratios
20
PROCESS IMPROVEMENT EXPERIMENTS
RENEWAL TRANSFORMATION
Short-term profitability Long term growth
Sh...
Characterizing IT investments
21
Investment Type Drivers Sample initiatives
Transformation A core infrastructure that is
i...
22
Risks in an IT environment22
Value of Information
23
The value of information comes from the characteristics it possesses:
• Availability
• Accuracy
• ...
Valuing Information
24
• Information value grows with use
• Information value is not stable
•
Information value grows with...
25
Risk Assessment
Qualitative Risk Assessment
Risk is defined in subjective, qualitative terms due to the uncertainty in ...
Risk Management Strategies
26
Mitigation
Fix the flaw or provide compensatory control to reduce the likelihood or impact a...
Summary
• Risk / Reward Ratio
• Create a portfolio of risks
• Develop a risk management plan
27
• MOOCs and e-learning good for democratizing content but
lack experience
• Use Experience to motivate
• Immersive gamifica...
Thank You
“To Experience is to Learn. Everything else is
just information.”
Our Philosophy
29
Appendix
30
Co{de}tective!31
Our Offerings
32
We have three core experiential learning offerings -
1 2 3
Products Programs Pillars
32
Our Products
33
We enable continuous learning through a portfolio of experiential learning products
1
3
2
4
Business Simul...
Our Programs
34
We offer 20+ off the shelf experiential learning training programs
Some of our simulation based training p...
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Technology Risk Management Simulation - Mahesh

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Technology Risk Management Simulation - Mahesh

  1. 1. Transforming the Way We Learn. Mahesh
  2. 2. 1 2 Agenda Trends in Learning 3 IT Risk Pro Game 2 Welcome to the latest pedagogy!
  3. 3. 1 3 Emerging Trends in Learning MOOCs 3 Personalized Learning 2 Flipped Classrooms
  4. 4. 4 MOOCs - Challenges <5% completion rate on average! Content Access Experience?? Coursera Completion Rate
  5. 5. 5 In Summary… KNOWLEDGE SKILL ACTION ??
  6. 6. 6 Before Flying…
  7. 7. Diminishing Attention Spans…7
  8. 8. 8 Maslow’s Hierarchy TRADITIONAL
  9. 9. Maslow’s Hierarchy THE CURRENT MODEL… 9
  10. 10. So, what’s the solution…?
  11. 11. Gamifying learning?11
  12. 12. Gamifying learning?12
  13. 13. …No, Context is crucial!13
  14. 14. What we came up with…
  15. 15. IT Risk Pro Simulation15
  16. 16. Organizational ‘Thinking’16
  17. 17. IT Risk Pro Simulation17
  18. 18. Ready to Manage Risks of a Company? 18
  19. 19. 19 Feels Familiar?19
  20. 20. Risk / Reward Ratios 20 PROCESS IMPROVEMENT EXPERIMENTS RENEWAL TRANSFORMATION Short-term profitability Long term growth Shared Infrastructure Business Solutions 20
  21. 21. Characterizing IT investments 21 Investment Type Drivers Sample initiatives Transformation A core infrastructure that is inadequate for desired business model - ERP implementation - Building data warehouses - Implementing middleware layer Renewal Opportunity to reduce cost or raise quality of IT service Upgrading technology standards Retiring outdated systems and technologies Process improvement Opportunity to improve operational performance Employee self serve Streamlining IT processes Experiments New technologies, new ideas, new processes, new business models Testing demand for new products Testing pricing strategy 21
  22. 22. 22 Risks in an IT environment22
  23. 23. Value of Information 23 The value of information comes from the characteristics it possesses: • Availability • Accuracy • Authenticity • Confidentiality • Integrity • Utility • Possession 23
  24. 24. Valuing Information 24 • Information value grows with use • Information value is not stable • Information value grows with accuracy • Information increases in value when combined with other information • Information value does not drop with use 24
  25. 25. 25 Risk Assessment Qualitative Risk Assessment Risk is defined in subjective, qualitative terms due to the uncertainty in likelihood and impact values. Difficulties 1.Evaluating likelihood and impact of risks qualitatively, without bias. 2.Same scales to be used in the assessment of multiple risks 25
  26. 26. Risk Management Strategies 26 Mitigation Fix the flaw or provide compensatory control to reduce the likelihood or impact associated with the flaw. Transference Transference is the process of allowing another party to accept the risk on your behalf. This does not decrease the likelihood or fix any flaws, but it does reduce the overall impact on the organization. Acceptance Acceptance is the practice of simply allowing the system to operate with known risks. Avoidance Avoidance is the practice of removing the vulnerability of the system or remove the system itself. 26
  27. 27. Summary • Risk / Reward Ratio • Create a portfolio of risks • Develop a risk management plan 27
  28. 28. • MOOCs and e-learning good for democratizing content but lack experience • Use Experience to motivate • Immersive gamification to engage with audience better • Provides a safe learning environment for managers • Converting a 2x2 matrix into an immersive game that managers can play and learn at the same time Key Takeaways28
  29. 29. Thank You “To Experience is to Learn. Everything else is just information.” Our Philosophy 29
  30. 30. Appendix 30
  31. 31. Co{de}tective!31
  32. 32. Our Offerings 32 We have three core experiential learning offerings - 1 2 3 Products Programs Pillars 32
  33. 33. Our Products 33 We enable continuous learning through a portfolio of experiential learning products 1 3 2 4 Business Simulation Animated Video Based Learning Casestudy Platforms Gamified e-Learning Capsules 33
  34. 34. Our Programs 34 We offer 20+ off the shelf experiential learning training programs Some of our simulation based training programs run by us under the four major themes - • Leading Successful Change • The Adaptive Leadership Program • Leading Without Authority • Influencing Skills • Big Picture Thinking • Achieving Excellence in Strategy Execution Leadership and Strategy • Managing Projects for High Impact • Technology Risk Management • Managing Technology Transformation • Governing IT for Value Maximization Technology Management • Financial Acumen for Non-finance Managers Finance and Accounting • Leading successful Sales Teams • Consultative Selling • Advance B2B Marketing Sales and Marketing 34

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