1013 Adopting an EPS Strategy? Readiness, Set, Go!
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Friday, June 10
All too often, embedded performance support (EPS) is seen as a technology or a software application to purchase. While both may come into play, EPS is a discipline that drives new skills in L&D as well as new methods and, potentially, new technology. History shows that being ready to pursue adoption of EPS is not the same as being in a state of readiness to sustain the adoption.
In this session, you will learn what adopting an EPS strategy implies for existing L&D design and development best practices. You will learn how to expand your efforts into workforce performance solutions that are holistic enough to cover all five of Conrad Gottfredson’s “Moments of Need.” You will learn how to “extend the blend” from the point of work into the formal learning experience consistent with the 70:20:10 framework. You will also learn how to assess readiness to create these holistic solutions and ensure sustained capability at the point of work. Learn how EPS shortens time to impact as well as time to competency.
In this session, you will learn:
- About the implications for existing L&D design and development best practices that come with adopting an EPS strategy
- How to “extend the blend” from the point of work into the formal learning experience consistent with the 70:20:10 framework
- How to leverage single-source documentation to dramatically reduce level of effort on multiple learning experiences
- How to expand your efforts into workforce performance solutions that are holistic enough to cover all five of Gottfredson’s “Moments of Need”
- How to assess readiness to create these holistic solutions and ensure sustained capability at the point of work
Novice to advanced designers, developers, project managers, and directors.
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Human Performance Outfitters
Gary Wise, the founder and principal strategist at Human Performance Outfitters, is a workforce performance strategist and coach with performance consulting fueling his foundational discipline and perspectives. He is a 30- plus-year veteran of corporate L&D gigs and is now a Point-of-Work consultant and coach. Gary’s experience includes several performance support system integrations. He speaks at many local and national events, is a longtime blogger, and advocates for changing things mired in outdated paradigms. He recommends disruptive solutions that normally accompany shifting paradigms.