CANCELLED: ATDps: May 2015 Chapter Meeting
We unfortunately have to cancel this event due to do unforeseen events. Please check back for rescheduled dates.
On May 19th, join us for an exciting learning opportunity! At the May chapter meeting, we’ll be holding a round robin session on “perspectives in learning,” where you’ll have an opportunity to meet with some of the best in the business on topics relevant to today’s talent development world. Topics and presenters include:
Moving into Mobile Learning (Myra Travin)
According to Pew Research, 90% of American adults owned a cell phone as of 2014. This unprecedented access to mobile wireless devices such as tablets and mobile phones is transforming education in our workplaces into mobile-first environments that meet the need for learners' anytime/anywhere, 24-7 access demands. It’s past a wave and has moved into a tsunami of disruptive change for learning designers. How can you move into mobile design?
This presentation will describe the revolution into mobile learning for the lay learning and development person looking for the first steps to take and outline the advantages and concerns of mobile multi-device design and delivery. A case-study with successful implementation using open-source tools will be outlined, as well as five key questions to consider before taking the next step.
Outthinker--Out-thinking the Competition (Shannon Wallis)
Learn how organizations like Microsoft, L’Oreal, and Johnson & Johnson are developing the capability in their employees for greater innovation in business models, products, and services through the Outthinker® methodology. Gain exposure to the Outthinker® I.D.E.A.S process (Imagine, Dissect, Expand, Analyze, Sell) that enables individuals to solve business problems more innovatively. (Problems such as: How do we compete in this emerging-market space? What new product should we launch? How do we get buy-in for ABC idea?).Become familiar with the 36 Strategems that enable differentiated and sustainable results in an increasingly competitive environment. Based on four books and more than a decade of research by Kaihan Krippendorff.
Learner Engagement with MOOCs (Nicole Bunselmeyer)
When was the last time you heard a learner say, “I am going to hang out on our corporate LMS and see what’s going on.” The answer is easy. Never. However, we do know that learners are seeking rich and engaging mobile learning experiences. We also know that if you treat the training less like training and more like an experience – learners will flock. In this micro session we’ll look at how curation, moderation and communication is used in corporate MOOCs to grab and hold a learners’ attention and keep ‘em coming back for more.
Agile- Businesses are leveraging a new way of working which allows for less risk, lower cost, quicker to market solutions with more innovative products and services. The Introduction to Agile course will provide students with knowledge and understanding of fundamental Agile principles and practices and benefits of Agile, Scrum and Kanban. The course will also introduce a powerful productivity tool useful for large groups or a single person.
Matt Kramer is currently a Scrum Master Manager for Capital One Investing and has been working with Agile methodologies for the past 6 years. As well as mentoring and leading a team of Scrum Masters Matt Coaches organizations through the transition and adoption of customized Agile solutions.
We’ll also discuss the Round Robin format as a learning tool with an immediate takeaway for you! For those of you looking to fulfill your CPLP credits, this will cover the Training Deliver section of the ATD Competency Model.
Pre-Registration - Member $15.00 (walk in rate Members $20)
Pre-Registration - Non-Member $20.00 (walk-in rate $30)
Online registration closes on the Sunday prior to the chapter meeting. At that time we are no longer able to accept pre-registrations.
Please note that once the online registration is closed, we encourage and welcome you to attend and pay at the door.