Beyond Just “Learning,” to “Innovating” and “Becoming”:
A New Approach for a New Age
We live in the new millennium. Naturally, that calls to question whether the way we are trained, and the way we are training others, continue to be relevant.
Marc, one of the world’s leading experts on the connection between learning and technology, purports that our new context consists of far greater variability, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity than ever before. This is in large fuelled by accelerating changes in technology, and a networked planet. Because so much in the present and future is new and different, the past is much less of a useful tool and guide than it formerly was.
In this keynote address, Marc will lead the audience on a journey of discovery on how best to approach this new reality: What to retain from the past vs. what to incorporate that is new; What to keep in our heads vs. what to delegate to our increasingly powerful machines; Whether to continue using methods that have worked in the past vs. inventing and using new methods, and many more.
Marc will conclude with a proposal of the kind of training that will become crucial for success for all learning and development professionals.