While business has moved into the Information Age, Learning & Development has not. Sure, we have shiny new toys and the latest in technology is available, but our approaches are based in Industrial Era models. To put it bluntly, we are not doing what we could and should be doing, and what we are doing, we are doing badly. We are still using and supporting hierarchical models when we have to start leveraging the power of the network. In short, we need to start thinking strategically and align with new understandings of how we really think, work, and learn. In this presentation, we will cover the findings we need to account for, and discover the path forward to a new and valuable role for L&D in organizational success.
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When I was in ‘big corporate’ we were fortunate enough to be able to afford people like Clark Quinn to help frame our strategies and goals. I really miss those days, and it’s conferences like yours that allow the individual professional the opportunity to tap into mindsets like his!
Clark Quinn, Ph.D, guides organizations in strategically leveraging technology that align with how we think, work, and learn. With a deep background in cognitive science, broad experience with technology, he has a track record of innovative solutions to learning & performance problems including mobile, games, adaptive systems, and more. A well-regarded scholar and practitioner, Dr. Quinn is the author of four books and numerous chapters and articles who keynotes nationally and internationally. He blogs at learnlets.com, tweets as @quinnovator, and works for clients through Quinnovation.
Clark is also giving a workshop at ELS 2015 – Revolutionize Learning & Development – Performance and Innovation Strategy Workshop