806 Putting 702010 to Work
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Friday, October 25
Management and Strategy
We learn most as we do, when we apply new knowledge and ideas and we can expand this understanding when we interact with others. The 702010 principle re-awakened this understanding over 30 years ago and has reached the mainstream conversation but has also been met with misunderstanding and resistance about who and how to make it actionable.
In this session, you’ll learn to approach 702010 as a principle to guide how you support learning in your organization. We’ll discuss the interplay of informal, social and formal learning and how they actually support each other. You’ll learn of a strategy and various tactics used to empower and encourage social and informal learning and how it can be used to improve formal learning as well as create a culture of openness and sharing.
In this session, you will learn:
- The importance of viewing 702010 as a principle over a model or approach
- Who, how and where to start building a 702010 Framework
- The importance of starting with Social
- Approaches to measuring the impact of 702010
Managers, senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.)
Enterprise Social Technology
Director of Event Programming
Mark Britz is the director of event programming at The Learning Guild. Previously he worked for more than 15 years designing and managing learning solutions with organizations such as Smartforce, Pearson Digital Learning, the SUNY Research Foundation, Aspen Dental Management, and Systems Made Simple. Mark is also an organizational social designer, helping businesses achieve the benefits of becoming more connected and collaborative to improve learning and engagement. Mark is the author of Social By Design: How to create and scale a collaborative company, and regularly presents and writes about the use of social media for learning, collaborative networks, and organizational design.