Conference opening - Marta Machalska - the creator of the conference
In the past organizations and their actions where stable and provided lifelong jobs. Today the company strucktures are flat, thus allowing for quick implementation of changed, instant engagement of people, assigning the responsibilitied down the ladder. Business processes are evolving alongsidetechnology, while customer service is constanly adjusted to the dynamic social changes. Comapnies and institutions are still seeking new ways of interaction. The challenge is in designing systems and learning tools, that will answer several problems: time, budget and efficiency. All of these chanlenges can be answered with digital learning tools, including broadly understood e-learning. New learning technologies bound in web serve this purpose, "living" in the digital and virtual realities, supported by information and communication technologies. The challenge becomes finding the key to the minds and hearts of employees, clients, recepients, providers, stakeholders; so that they restructure the paradigms of management and rules of cooperation, which will become the basis of permanent innovation.
Donald H Taylor: The future of workplace learning and learning technologies
Learning and Performance Institute Chairman, Learning Technologies Conferences UK Curator, Learning Technologies Asia, France, Germany
The world of work has changed dramatically in just a few years. Knowledge was once power. Now we can access almost all the world’s information for free from a device in our pocket. This has profound effects across our working lives, but particularly on the ways we learn. In this new, fast-moving, technology-driven world, what should Learning and Development (L&D) professionals do? Join Donald H Taylor, chair of the Learning and Performance Institute and the Learning Technologies Conference,
Guy Ooms: Peop1e First. Learning from inside.
The world is changing. The competition is fiercer than ever. All organisations are asking themselves the same question: “how can we remain competitive in this brave new world?”.
The sales department creates customer experience. The financial guys create shareholder experience. HR creates employee experience. These are all separate initiatives, but how do we create an all-round experience in an organization? There is only one solution. Think out of the box. Stay away from all the systems you know and start seeing it from a different angle: people first.
Accessible Learning - Flexibility and Accessibility to Meet the Needs of Users
Introduction: Waiting for artificial intelligence? You're already late.
Machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) are on the rise.
Where is Paweł? How to get a few hundred busy people hooked on a development adventure - projectcase study for VGL Group.
Are you infected? The results of research on the approach to training design and 10 tips on how to design effectively.
Learn practical ways to use data you already have access to in ways to uncover valuable insights.
How Social Media Can Support Social & Collaborative Learning Communities.
Immersive learning thanks to VR/AR technology.
Behaviour change needs more than a great training or great elearning!
How to help move towards a digital mindset within the L&D function.
So what is digital transformation anyway, and how can learning lead the charge?
The Education and Training Foundation EdTech Support Overview.
Holograms – new level of e-learning
Showing the Value of your Learning Investment.
Unleashing the potential of knowledge in employees. Case studies of Leroy Merlin and Lionbridge.
How to familiarize the corporation with e-learning?
Will e-learning become mobile learning?
Learning Experience Design Success Recipes: Mixing Design Thinking & Learning Sciences.
Learning organization in practice.
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