Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly

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Where to Next in Learning Strategy? - Andrew Joly

  1. 1. Where to Next in Learning Strategy?Andrew JolyDesign DirectorLINE CommunicationsStand 35
  2. 2. Where have we come from?
  3. 3. JIC vs. JIT
  4. 4. Top Down70:20:10Informal Relationships Formal Bottom Up
  5. 5. Top Down On- Non-Experiential Formal demand formalClive Shepherd Bottom UpThe New Learning Architect
  6. 6. Ways of learningWays of delivering learning
  7. 7. Knowledge Skill AttitudeAwarenessBehaviour
  8. 8. A Big Mix LearningArchitectures
  9. 9. Coaching and Dialogue Communities Mentoring Knowledge Learner Learning Resources Journeys Resources Reflection & Exploration & ApplicationReinforcement Discovery Engagement/ Evaluation ExtensionCommunications Culture
  10. 10. Coaching and Dialogue Communities Mentoring Knowledge Learner Learning Resources Journeys Resources Reflection & Exploration & ApplicationReinforcement Discovery Engagement/ Evaluation ExtensionCommunications Culture
  11. 11. 2012/13 Recognition of Architectures New & different channels – beside what is there already Journeys - linking Fragmentation Joining up Learner Expectations Motivation: Anxiety: Confidence
  12. 12. What next?The mix is shifting…
  13. 13. Knowledge Skill AttitudeAwarenessBehaviour
  14. 14. The mix is shifting Immediate knowledge/resources ↑ On the job learning ↑ Mobile ↑ Portals ↑ Internal, top-down E-learning ↓ External E-learning (MOOCs?) ↑ Relationships/F2F/coaching (value) ↑ Assessment ↓ Scenario-based challenges ↑
  15. 15. The mix is shiftingPolarisation of learning channels
  16. 16. Hi Fidelity Make me think! Low FidelityDon’t make me think!
  17. 17. Success = Managing the mixManaging the change
  18. 18. Control:Organisational Personal
  19. 19. What does this mean for:• Organisations?• Individuals?
  20. 20. OKMOrganisational Knowledge Management
  21. 21. PKMPersonal Knowledge Management
  22. 22. Organisational Knowledge ManagementOrganisation Individualise Operationalise Personalise Aggregate Learners
  23. 23. Organisational Knowledge Management
  24. 24. Organisational Knowledge Management But for human beings…
  25. 25. Personal Knowledge Management• Reflection & continuous improvement• Management of learning – when & how• Information literacy - qualification• Organisational skills – librarianship• Networking – active network management• Researching – search, find, pull, share• Communication skills: perception, expression• Creative skills: patterns, innovation• Collaboration skills: creation, cooperation
  26. 26. How do you make this happen?1] It’s happening already2] Put the right elements in place Hi Fidelity Low Fidelity
  27. 27. How do you make this happen?Number 2 Competence
  28. 28. How do you make this happen?Number Competence
  29. 29. How do you make this happen?Number Competence
  30. 30. How do you make this happen?
  31. 31. EngagementPyramid ‘Live’ Collaborate Create Use: Apply Use: Find Use: Engage Register View Be aware of
  32. 32. Andrew JolyAndrew.joly@line.co.uk
  33. 33. Stand 35
  34. 34. Wednesday 13.15Theatre 2
  35. 35. LINE are looking for experienced Learning Designers and Programme ManagersAndrew JolyAndrew.joly@line.co.ukwww.line.co.uk

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