The Future of Learning Summit Program

Professionals in the learning and strategy field will home in on various areas and spaces that could potentially shape and disrupt the future of learning.

DAY 1: February 15

David Kelly

101: What’s Next for Learning and Technology?

David Kelly, Executive Director, The eLearning Guild

8:30 AM – 9:30 AM PT

Explore the changing face of learning technology in this opening session. You will examine the various technologies that have shifted the landscape of organizational learning, and discover the common characteristics of these shifts so that you are better equipped to recognize which emerging technologies have the potential to disrupt organizational learning. Learn more.

Hillary Boucher

201: Communities and the Future of Learning

Hillary Boucher, Director of Networks, TheCR Networks

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

Community approaches are increasingly being used to supplement or replace more traditional training approaches, allowing individuals to access expertise in real time and on demand. This session will provide an overview of online communities and how they are intersecting and overlapping with L&D efforts. Learn more.

Maciej Kranz

301: Learning in the IoT World

Maciej Kranz, Vice President, Strategic Innovations Group, Cisco

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

The Internet of Things is impacting jobs and roles in the workspace and creating new revenue opportunities and value propositions, from mass customization and personalization to the adoption of new service-oriented business models. What does this mean for the businesses and workers L&D supports, and what does this mean for organizational learning? Learn more.

Jamie Good

401: Chatbots: Advancing Mobile Training, Development, and Support

Jamie Good, Learning Technology Integrator, Digital Fluency Coach

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

What will the explosion of chatbots mean for learning experience designers? In this session, you’ll learn how chatbots can help engage your audience with learning and support delivered to their mobile phones via text messages, putting the learning and support directly into your learners’ pockets. Learn more.

DAY 2: February 16

Marc Rosenberg

501: From Content Creation to Content Curation

Marc Rosenberg, President, Marc Rosenberg and Associates

8:30 AM – 9:30 AM PT

The volume of information available inside and outside of organizations continues to grow exponentially, and the tools available to create and access it all continue to expand as well. This session explores the necessity of content curation, as well as the challenges involved. Learn more.

Robert Gadd

601: Mobility and Learning: Harnessing the Relentless Pace of Innovation

Robert Gadd, President, OnPoint Digital

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT

Explore how mobile is best suited to deliver training and support to workers today, and how to plan for tomorrow. Discover the unique affordances mobility offers the wider learning community that can impact the way you prepare, enable, and support your learners. Learn more.

Charles Jennings

701: Going Back for the Future: Toward High Performance with the 70:20:10 Approach

Charles Jennings, CEO, Duntroon Associates & Co-founder, 70:20:10 Institute

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM PT

Look at some practical ways to move mindsets and practices from learning to performance using the 70:20:10 reference model. You will be offered insights and tools to help make the move from designing and delivering pure “10” solutions (training) to 70:20:10 solutions. Learn more.

Nick Floro, Robert Gadd, Rachel Happe, Charles Jennings, Koreen Pagano, Marc Rosenberg

801: Step into the Future for a Q&A with Our Panel Experts

Nick Floro, Learning Architect & CEO, Sealworks Interactive Studios
Robert Gadd, President, OnPoint Digital
Rachel Happe, Co-Founder and Principal, The Community Roundtable
Charles Jennings, CEO, Duntroon Associates & Co-founder, 70:20:10 Institute
Koreen Pagano, Product Management Director, D2L
Marc Rosenberg, President, Marc Rosenberg and Associates

Moderator: Mark Britz, Sr. Manager of Onsite Learning Events, The eLearning Guild

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PT

In this closing panel session, moderator Mark Britz will be joined by several Summit speakers who will provide a deeper look at where organizational learning is going. The microphones will also be open to attendees, allowing you to ask questions of the panel and share your own thoughts. Learn more.

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