510 Introducing the CHAMPIONS Framework for Next Generation Learning and Performance
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Thursday, June 11
The world of training and development has changed. Today’s technologies provide dozens of new affordances that can be used in learning and development that were simply not available in the days of training being done in classrooms with instructors and three-ring binders. But making sense of these new affordances, and the opportunities they provide, can be a challenge.
In this session you will examine these affordances in the context of nine high-level categories: Contextual, high-speed, ambient, mobile, personal, interactive, open, networked, and social. You will explore how these categories —the first letter of each forming the acronym CHAMPIONS—represent the expanded range of possibilities provided by today’s digital learning technologies. You will discuss how this framework can be used to leverage technology to improve worker performance and enhance your learning and development strategy for years to come.
In this session, you will learn:
- About the CHAMPIONS framework
- About digital technology affrodances
- The implications of this framework for L&D
- How to leverage this framework today
Intermediate and advanced managers, directors, and VPs.
discussed in this session:
Advanced digital software and hardware platforms and techniques.
Chad Udell is the award-winning managing partner, strategy and new product development, at Float. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies and government agencies to create experiences for 20 years. Chad is an expert in mobile design and development, and speaks at events on related topics. He is author of Learning Everywhere: How Mobile Content Strategies Are Transforming Training and co-editor/author, with Gary Woodill, of Mastering Mobile Learning: Tips and Techniques for Success. His newest book, Shock of the New, co-authored with Gary Woodill, was released April of 2019.
Senior Director, Mobile Learning
Geoff Stead, the senior director of mobile learning at Qualcomm, works internally to mobilize employee learning and externally to encourage smarter use of mobile learning at work. Geoff’s team works with cutting- edge mobile technologies to explore how they can and should use these technologies to enhance learning and performance. Geoff’s team also curates the popular WorkLearnMobile.org site, sharing best practice and industry insights. Considered one of the founders of mobile learning, Geoff has been creating innovative mobile learning tools since 2001. He advises the mobile industry (GSMA), education departments, and the EU, UK, and US governments on perfecting the blend between mainstream consumer technologies and enhanced learning and teaching.