Dr. Sharon Kim
How to apply design thinking as an amplified form of experiential learning for the purposes of learning and development. We will reframe Design Thinking as a multipurpose L&D tool (not only for innovation management); Provide opportunities for idea generation, reflection, and sharing with others.
Dr. Marissa Berman
Transformation is akin to survival in today’s business environment. And yet research shows that most organizational transformations fail to boost or sustain performance. To meet this challenge, organizations need to discover new ways to tap into the human potential to endure, thrive, and inspire in a rapidly evolving workplace. In this session, you will explore how various forms of transformation (e.g., M&A, cultural, digital) are reshaping the talent development strategies and practices that organizations are pursuing. You’ll also learn how the most innovative companies are using technology to unlock the human potential for growth as the key to their organizational transformation.
Amy Lou Abernethy
You might have the learning experiences that your learners need--but if there isn't a learning campaign in place, your learners might not even be aware of what exists or why it's important to further their goals. During this 90-minute session, you'll learn how to structure a learning campaign that activates, engages, rewards, and creates opportunities for your learners, raising the profile of learning experiences in your workplace ecosystem and creating fans of your learners. We'll use a human-centered design approach and help you craft a campaign you can take back and launch in your workplace.
Let’s face it: content can be dull. Long. Dry. And still, be essential to a learner’s success at work. How do you transform a potential snoozefest into training that is engaging and useful? Join Sublime Media, the Creative Agency for Learning, as we expand our Learnapalooza 2019 Speed Learning session and discover how creativity comes alive in the three truths of corporate storytelling: empathy, usefulness, and design. Using real-world examples of compliance and product training, we’ll explore how to spark creativity, embrace constraints, and the difference between salad moments and skydiving moments (and why you need both).