We are all learning machines, constantly adapting to ever-changing threats and opportunities. We learn consciously and unconsciously through experience. We learn by seeking the knowledge and skills we need to perform our day-to-day tasks. We learn by sharing experiences and best practice with our colleagues, and taking advantage of opportunities for formal and informal development.
The new learning architect designs environments that help specific populations take maximum advantage of multiple learning opportunities. To do this, new learning architects need to understand the unique characteristics of their target populations and the business challenges those populations face. New learning architects need to find the right balance between top-down and bottom-up learning initiatives, between formal and informal learning. This session will explain what it means to be a new learning architect and how becoming one could transform the contribution you make to your organization.