ECO514 Is Your Ecosystem Ready for the Next Generation?
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Thursday, March 17
Ecosystem - People
Employees today don’t just use the Internet—they live in it! And
they expect their online learning experience on the job to match their online
experience in their digital, highly connected life. Is your ecosystem up to the
challenge, or does it seem boring and limited to your learners? We’ve been
reading about the wave of new employees in the workforce for years, but have we
built the learning and performance support environment that will engage them
and help them thrive?
In this interactive session, we will explore how the brain operates and how it expects to seek out, receive, and apply information. Then you’ll learn about specific ways to evaluate your current ecosystem and identify ways to tailor it to meet the needs of your connected employees. You will be able to immediately use this information to evaluate your own ecosystem’s readiness and the five things you can do right now to make it more effective for all.
In this session, you will learn:
- How people are learning from YouTube and other social media
- What employees today expect and require from their corporate learning ecosystem
- How to evaluate your current ecosystem’s readiness
- Five things you should start doing now to make your ecosystem more effective
Novice to advanced designers, developers, project managers, managers, and directors.
discussed in this session:
Chief Freedom Officer
Margie Meacham is the chief freedom officer for Learningtogo.info, where she uses brain science to help people learn more efficiently and effectively. Her course designs have been implemented at American Express, Bank of America, Motorola, Honeywell, Cisco, Bell South, and many other Fortune 500 companies. She helps universities convert their existing classroom- based courses into engaging online environments. She earned her master’s degree in learning technologies from Capella University and is developing a new master’s program in educational technology for American Business and Technology University (ABTU). Margie writes a blog for the Association of Talent Development on the application of neuroscience to talent development.