Barry Sampson, Onlignment, Conquering the Change Challenge with Technology

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Barry Sampson puts forward a number of big ideas about managing change and introducing technology supported learning by sharing real world examples from a wide range of organisations.

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Barry Sampson, Onlignment, Conquering the Change Challenge with Technology

  1. 1. TAKING CHARGE OF CHANGE Barry Sampson London 3 rd October 2012
  2. 2. To change is difficult.Not to change is fatal. - Anon
  3. 3. PANEL OF EXPERTSSteve Coe - Alliance BootsCat Oxley - Great Ormond Street HospitalNiall Gavin - First GroupRita Chaudhari - Open UniversityLaura Frey - Cancer Research UKMike Booth - Cable and Wireless
  4. 4. Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed inoveralls and looks like work. - Thomas Edison
  5. 5. I WOULD LIKE YOU TO…Commit to doing something…Share what you learn today
  6. 6. Changing people’s attitudes isincredibly hard, but changing Grouped: Howtheir behavior is easier. s m a l l g ro u ps o f f r i e n d s a re t h eStarting with small requests key to i nf l u e n c e on the social webfor behavioral change often - Pa u l A d a m seventually leads to attitudinalchange.
  7. 7. OWNERSHIP
  8. 8. WORK WITH L&D? 14%52% Would recommend working with L&D 34% Promoters Passives Detractors 2011 Corporate Leadership Council: L&D Team Capabilities Survey
  9. 9. IMPACT OF L&D 24% See L&D as critical to achieving business outcomes76% Agree or strongly agree Disagree or strongly disagree 2011 Corporate Leadership Council: L&D Team Capabilities Survey
  10. 10. OWNERSHIPPartnership Equal Involved AlignedBuild AlliancesInfluence
  11. 11. OWNERSHIPPartnershipBuild AlliancesInfluence
  12. 12. LEARNING OR TRAINING?
  13. 13. FORMAL OR INFORMAL90%80%70%60%50% Formal40% Informal30%20%10%0% How do people learn?
  14. 14. FORMAL OR INFORMAL90%80%70%60%50% Formal40% Informal30%20%10%0% How do people learn? Where does the money go?
  15. 15. TRAINING IS NOT A DIRTY WORD
  16. 16. TOO IMPORTANT TO LEAVE TO CHANCE
  17. 17. ENTER THE CURATOR
  18. 18. CONTEXT BEATS CONTENT
  19. 19. CONTEXT BEATS CONTENT The Guardian: Points Of View - The Boase Massimi Pollitt Partnership
  20. 20. DOING BEATS KNOWING
  21. 21. RESOURCES BEAT COURSES
  22. 22. CLOSE TO THE WORK
  23. 23. LEARNER INVOLVEMENT
  24. 24. THE DOG FOOD CHALLENGE
  25. 25. GETTING LEARNERS INVOLVED
  26. 26. USER GENERATED CONTENT
  27. 27. THELEARNING & TECHNOLOGY EXPERTS
  28. 28. KNOW YOUR SUBJECT
  29. 29. Don’t waste time aiming forthe next job up the promotionladder, because there’s a very ROB BROWNgood chance that the job (My old boss)you’ll be doing in twelvemonths time doesn’t existtoday.
  30. 30. DON’T COPY. CREATE
  31. 31. BEWARE OF THE BUBBLE
  32. 32. IN SUMMARY
  33. 33. Take ownership for Learning is too Content only has organisational important to leave value when the results to chance context is right Learners have Be the expert that more than one role the organisation to play needs If you want to change anything - you have to DO something
  34. 34. THANK YOU http://onlignment.comhttp://twitter.com/barrysampson

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