February 28, 2017
Instructor: Martyn Lewis
In this session Martyn Lewis (Founder 3GS) will contend that training has been heading in the wrong direction for 200 years and that we now have the chance to reverse this trend by embracing blended and continuous training approaches. Thanks to technology, we can now re-architect and redesign training for how people actually work and live their lives in today’s world. However, this requires us to let go of old standards and embrace new approaches.
This session will cover:
- Moving beyond the walls of the physical classroom
- How the physical classroom has acted as a constraint in the design of traditional training
- The 7 keys to the effective design of blended and continuous learning programs
- How to determine what training should be live and what can be more effectively delivered asynchronously
- How the traditional content of a training program becomes highly decentralized and distributed across multiple mediums and vehicles
- The critical role of change management
The approaches will be reinforced by using case studies from the world of sales training, illustrating how the total time dedicated to training by the participants can be significantly reduced and yet the efficacy of the program increased.
Participants will gain a series of highly pragmatic tools and approaches than can be immediately applied to rethinking the design and development of blended and continuous learning programs.
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