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Amplifying Learning Through Emerging Technology - Tuesday 19th March Talking Point, Melbourne

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Amplifying Learning Through Emerging Technology
Talking Point Breakfast Event, Melbourne

March 2019

Organisations are making important strategic shifts to use technology to propel human and business performance. In learning, technology is shifting the way we interact with employees, train skills, open up conversations, and collect faster and more reliable data. But with technology changing every day, how do HR professionals and businesses identify and work with emerging technology that is scalable, sustainable and has maximum impact?

Over the past 12 months Spring Point have delivered global digital learning programs with ANZ and Vicinity Centres and engaged with diverse a group of clients, thought leaders and creatives. This event explores the two projects and the benefits and barriers to using emerging technology within organisations to amplify learning.

Panelists:

Natasha Carrick, Digital Lead, Spring Point
Justine La Roche, Director, Spring Point
Dianne Kanagalingam, Learning & Development Manager, Vicinity Centres
Rae Patena, Journey Expert, Chapter Lead, ANZ

If you missed it you can catch up with a video of the panel at www.springpoint.com.au/events

Published in: Leadership & Management
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Amplifying Learning Through Emerging Technology - Tuesday 19th March Talking Point, Melbourne

  1. 1. AMPLIFYING LEARNING THROUGH EMERGING TECHNOLOGY Talking Point Breakfast Series March 19, 2019
  2. 2. INTRODUCING THE TALKING POINT SERIES 2 Our aim is to provide: • Progressive thinking, zero stuffiness • External connection, internal application • A good dose of caffeine You can expect: • An ever-changing format • Topics that cover emerging themes for our clients and partners • Representation from diverse organisations and industries • Good humour (at least for this time in the morning)
  3. 3. 3 SAY HI
  4. 4. 4 WELCOME!
  5. 5. 5 TO GET STARTED, LET’S HAVE SOME FUN
  6. 6. WHAT DO THESE CHAT ACRONYMS MEAN? 6 JOMO FUTAB AOB LMS MOMO TL;DR BSOD FBKS FURU GIGO
  7. 7. 7 JOMO Joy Of Missing Out FUTAB Feet Up Take A Break AOB Abuse Of Bandwidth LMS Like My Status MOMO Momentum TL;DR Too Long ; Didn’t Read BSOD Blue Screen Of Death FBKS Failure Between Keyboard and Seat FURU Fake Guru GIGO Garbage In Garbage Out WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
  8. 8. 8 Dianne Kanagalingam Learning and Development Manager Rae Patena Journey Expert, Chapter Lead Natasha Carrick Digital Lead Justine La Roche Director NWOW
  9. 9. WHAT IS EMERGING TECHNOLOGY?
  10. 10. Key characteristics of emerging technology: 1. Novel 2. Potentially impactful 3. Rapidly evolving 4. Not yet established
  11. 11. 11 OUR CASE STUDIES…
  12. 12. 12 EVERYDAY LEADER BEYOND
  13. 13. Virtual Reality Immerses users in a three dimensional reality. Accessed via a headset with special lenses. Current learning uses: • High risk environments • Technical training • As an ‘empathy’ engine
  14. 14. Everyday Leader Beyond Virtual Reality Amplification Opportunity: Reflective Practice Experimental Element: Leadership development at scale
  15. 15. NEW WAYS OF WORKING (NWOW)
  16. 16. Web GL Allows any modern browser to talk directly to a graphics card, to play rich media graphics. Quicker processing speed and no software needed to be installed. Current learning uses: • None that we could find • Has been used in marketing (e.g. EVS) and creative applicant screening (Ueno) 3D game of roles and responsibilities
  17. 17. 17 Amplification Opportunity: Engagement Experimental Element: Use in learning, dev requirements (three part build) NWOW Pinball Game (learning hook) NWOW Web GL
  18. 18. 18 Workshops Awesome Four sessions Virtual Reality 3D game Pinball Vox pops videos eLearning Dianne Kanagalingam Learning and Development Manager Rae Patena Journey Expert, Chapter Lead Learning Bytes
  19. 19. 19 INNOVATION ADOPTION LIFECYCLE “EXCELLENT” 7% “POSITIVE” 27% “NEUTRAL” 33% “NEVER WATCHED IT” 33% 16% (Cumulative) Ahead of the curve? EVERYDAY LEADER BEYOND VR USER EXPERIENCE 34% (Cumulative)
  20. 20. 20 FURTHER QUESTIONS?
  21. 21. OUR TOP TIPS FOR AMPLIFYING LEARNING THROUGH EMERGING TECHNOLOGY 21 1) Test thoughtful hypotheses (no tech for tech’s sake) 2) Be conscious of where you are meeting people 3) Identify and pick your trade-offs
  22. 22. LET’S KEEP THE CONVERSATION GOING 22 We’d love to share practical ideas to design and implement what we’ve talked about today, tailored to your particular business context and needs. Please get in contact: Natasha Carrick, Digital Lead natasha.carrick@springpoint.com.au Justine La Roche, Director justine.la.roche@springpoint.com.au
  23. 23. A COLLEAGUE COULD’T MAKE IT? 23 We offer complimentary ‘lunch and learn’ sessions for inhouse teams on all our Talking Point topics – we’d love to run a session especially for you! Contact: hello@springpoint.com,au
  24. 24. PARTICIPATE IN OUR DIGITAL LEARNING RESEARCH Research drives progress Count me in! www.springpoint.com.au/research
  25. 25. NEXT TALKING POINT EVENT Save the date Tuesday 20th May
  26. 26. THANK YOU

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