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Training+Job+Career: Tracking Learning in Practice for 15 Years


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Presentation by Ben Erlandson of McKinsey Social Initiative from xAPI Camp Amazon - Seattle

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Training+Job+Career: Tracking Learning in Practice for 15 Years

  1. 1. Training + Job + Career Tracking Learning in Practice for 15 Years July 21 2015 -- xAPI Camp Amazon Ben Erlandson, MSI CTO 1
  2. 2. MSI McKinsey Social Initiative independent non-profit organization founded by McKinsey & Company ❏ expert problem solvers ❏ develop innovative approaches ❏ complex social challenges 2
  3. 3. Problem Definition: Generation Close the skills gap for young people... We are developing a program to place disconnected young adults in jobs, giving them the skills and support they need to achieve lifelong personal and professional success to fundamentally change their life trajectories. 75 million young people unemployed globally 3x as many underemployed 40% of employers say a skills shortage is driving entry-level vacancies 3
  4. 4. Introducing Generation Watch our video... 1 Million young people trained and placed into promising careers 5 Countries 5 Years methodology to enable others to expand the impact to millions more youth around the world1 4
  5. 5. Six Components of Generation 5
  6. 6. Four Industry Sectors Healthcare Certified Nursing Assistant Retail Pharmacy Tech Unit Leads Technology Web Development Digital Marketing Trade Skills TBD Generation’s approach works in any middle-skill profession in any city in any part of the world The Goal... 6
  7. 7. Three Types of Impact ❏ Program Impact on Participants ❏ Return on Investment for Employers ❏ Impact of Generation program variations 7
  8. 8. Our Basic Approach Develop Local Approach Launch Pilots Scale Up: Cities and Professions In each country (for each program) ... 8
  9. 9. Scaling Across Locations 9 2014 3 cities 2015 7 cities ~15 sites 2016 ~30 sites
  10. 10. Scaling Student Populations 10
  11. 11. Scaling with Technology... Six Areas of Focus... Participant Recruitment Learning Content Delivery Platforms Assessment Online Community Data Tracking LOCAL ACCESS 11
  12. 12. Four Pillars = People, Info, Tech, Space Learning⇆Assessment Learning Systems Design 12
  13. 13. Skills Mapping: Tech, Behavior, Mindset 13 Technical Behavioral Mindset Problem Solving Workplace Apps Product Knowledge Protocols Physical Stamina Attitude Communication Engagement Time Management Personal Responsibility ownership, commit Future Orientation goals, short-long, progress checks Growth improve over time Persistence finish what you start
  14. 14. 14 Enter xAPI...
  15. 15. Measurement + Assessment 15
  16. 16. xAPI Across the Experience 16
  17. 17. Activities Across Skills Maps 17
  18. 18. 18 We’re Mapping the Terrain... STEEP + ROUGH!
  19. 19. 19 Analytics
  20. 20. 20 Generation Framework Architecture
  21. 21. Why is technology critical? ❏ SCALE (general mechanical efficiency, and...) ❏ Assessment + Analytics ❏ Global Content Management/Delivery ❏ Enterprise MDM Solution ❏ Communications and Operations 21 Global Standards + Local Flexibility
  22. 22. (Hopefully Only) Five Versions of Scaling.... USA Spain Kenya India Mexico 2020... 22
  23. 23. Problem Definition (Redux) ❏ 1 million learners (unevenly distributed) ❏ scalable (in)formal learning/assessment ❏ 2-15 years of tracking ❏ 5 countries (3 continents) MULTIPLE: stakeholders modalities institutions data formats data systems (varied access) regular 6/12 mo turnover in country teams 23
  24. 24. Key Questions Near- and Mid-Future... 1. How to build for constant ICT differentiation in countries? 2. How do we create a non-invasive UX with assured data collection? 3. How do we ensure effectiveness of our intake process (especially in terms of baseline measures across modalities)? 24 Participant Recruitment Learning Content Delivery Platforms Assessment Online Community Data Tracking LOCAL ACCESS
  25. 25. Questions? Answers. @beephd 25 vCard LinkedIntwitter