"Fostering Agility In and Through L&D Programs"
What's the Challenge?
If “Information Overload” and competition are the threats, what are the opportunities?
How Do I Navigate This?
In this era of accelerating change, organizations need to be more adaptive. Optimal organizational performance used to almost ensure success, but those days are over. Today, the pressures of increasing information and competition mean that optimal execution is a given - it’s a minimum standard.
The only sustainable differentiator is agility and continual innovation! Agility stems from the ability to learn faster. In this context, formal classes (while necessary) are too slow. Informal learning is key because it is fast, and done right can be omnipresent.
So, can L&D support agility and innovation? Absolutely! The research tells us what fosters and what hinders innovation. We know that when we have the right practices and the right culture, we can get the best innovative solutions. And that is what you will learn in this session.
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Clark Quinn, Ph.D. has been innovating for business, education, government, and the not-for-profit sectors for over 30 years. Integrating creativity, cognitive science, and technology, he delivers engaging and effective solutions to learning, knowledge and performance needs. Dr. Quinn has led the design of elearning, mlearning, games, and adaptive & performance support systems. An internationally known speaker, consultant, and author, with four books, he has served as an executive in online and elearning initiatives. He is a founding member of the Internet Time Alliance and works on behalf of clients through Quinnovation.
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UC Berkeley Extension - Golden Bear Center
1995 University Ave., 2nd Floor in a classroom
Berkeley, CA 94704
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