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Online Learning Conference 2015 @bschlenker

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This presentation was used to support my lecture (and yes it was just a lot of me talking) on how we need to get back to basics...in many ways. And one of the main reasons being that the training department, with it's legacy beliefs, is no longer providing value.
The slides probably won't mean much on their own. However, if they are enough to make you a little more curious then feel free to reach out. I love talking about this stuff :) @bschlenker

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Online Learning Conference 2015 @bschlenker

  1. 1. The Future of Training:
 back to basics and business value! Brent Schlenker Chief Learning Officer at Litmos
  2. 2. training is an event learning is process technology supports them both performance improvement is the goal What I believe…
  3. 3. we are knowledge brokers we put PEOPLE first - TECH second we build as we deploy we see learning as a long-term process we measure to evaluate success 21st Century Corporate Training Professionals…
  4. 4. Define BUSINESS VALUE
  5. 5. Business value is an informal term that includes all forms of value that determine the health and well-being of the firm in the long run. Business value expands concept of value of the firm beyond economic value…to include other forms of value such as employee value, customer value, supplier value, channel partner value, alliance partner value, managerial value, and societal value. Many of these forms of value are not directly measured in monetary terms. How?
  6. 6. 6 FAST & CHEAP WINS!
  7. 7. Define BASIC …basic elements of training
  8. 8. The basic elements of TRAINING… …are NOT the same basic elements of LEARNING. The words we use matter!
  9. 9. again…Define BASIC …basic elements of TRAINING
  10. 10. E SME Q A
  11. 11. E SME Q A T
  12. 12. Classrooms? Content = text, images, audio, video CBT? Content = text, images, audio, video WBT? Content = text, images, audio, video eLearning? Content = text, images, audio, video
  13. 13. text images audio video writing painting instruments video film records/tapesphotographybooks [ broadcasting ][ mass production ]
  14. 14. digital interactive affordable multimedia
  15. 15. 15 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Delivery Informal Organized F2F Classroom Designed F2F Classroom F2F Classroom + Inline Media F2F Classroom + Offline Media Remote Virtual Classroom (F2F Classroom + eLearning Description Ad hoc, SME- led, classroom, f2f, logistics handled by SME-led, classroom, f2f, logistics handled by Training Dept. Instructional design applied to what the SMEs are Advanced Classroom with Designed Media elements Offline content to be learned prior to, and/or after, attending live training Class delivered globally, Live, online - recorded for Complete course delivered in self-paced, online, learningInstructional Design None None (or limited) live f2f training event Media elements used during live f2f training event Design & Develop some course content elements for Course delivery (re)designed for specific Design & Development eLearning specific Tools IM.IO, External Internet Content, Social media LITMOS - LMS LMS Powerpoint LMS Media Prod. Dev Apps (Adobe Suite, Articulate Storyline) LMS Media Prod. LMS Polycom Telecon (IO.CH) LMS Media Prod. eLearning Dev Apps Learning Management System (LMS) Not required Attendance Communicatio n Assessments Attendance Communicati on Assessments Attendance Communicatio n Delivers Media Assessments Attendance Communication Assessments Attendance Communicatio n Delivers Experience Delivers Media Assessments Attendance Communication Instructor SME SME SME/Trainer SME/Trainer Trainer Trainer + Producer None (limited use of SMEs may be necessary)
  16. 16. Questions?

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