1002 BYOL: Mobile Learning Solutions—Getting to Yes!
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Friday, June 10
L&D personnel, from learning leaders to instructional designers to technology innovators, all face a common challenge: How to “sell” executives on the tools and resources necessary to create powerful learning experiences. In this hands-on, interactive session, you will learn to outline a personalized game plan to get the resources for your specific learning organization model or tool.
Whether you are creating an entirely new learning ecosystem or just gaining support for a new learning tool within an existing ecosystem, in this session you will learn the “know, sell, and measure” tactics that successful L&D personnel use to gain commitment for learning solutions. Using your computer for downloadable models and interactive PDFs, you will identify your own learning model using the nine components of a learning ecosystem; learn techniques for getting and giving information to gain executive commitment to necessary resources; and provide proof of success with measurement.
In this session, you will learn:
- “Know, sell, and measure” tactics that successful L&D personnel use to gain commitment for learning solutions
- Where your mobile learning fits into your learning model (hint: one can be performance support), using the nine components of a learning ecosystem
- Techniques for getting and giving information to gain executive commitment to necessary resources
- About a framework to place vendors in the exhibition
- About negotiables and how to make trade-offs with executives
Novice to advanced project managers and directors.
discussed in this session:
A computer with Internet access to download interactive PDFs and models.
John Delano is the CEO and co-founder of Saltbox, where he empowers learning development leaders to create innovative performance development ecosystems. A synergist, his experience in learning development, consulting, and entrepreneurship with companies such as AT&T, Comcast, and T-Mobile provides a perspective that crosses the line from academic theory to practical tactics based on real-world success. John works with learning leaders who want to challenge the status quo, disrupt outdated learning models, and innovate to achieve their goals. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington and a master’s degree from the University of Portland.