South Bay GIG: Learning Trends, Implications and Applications: What's Hot, What's Not, and Why Should You Care?

  • 22 Feb 2012
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Cisco Systems, Building C (Darling Classroom), 150 West Tasman Drive San Jose, California 95134
  • 30

PLEASE REGISTER BY FEBRUARY 20. If you are not currently a member of the Golden Gate chapter of ASTD, you will not be able to register through this link. Please contact Hilda Sendyk to register at 650-321-4904 or e-mail her at hsendyk@gmail.com.
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From virtual classrooms to virtual learning environments, social media to simulations, corporate learning professionals and external consultants must stay abreast of the 'latest and greatest' tools, technologies, thinking and approaches. Sometimes it’s difficult to separate hype from reality amidst all the rapid changes.

Join us as management consultant and ASTD TechKnowledge speaker Lance Dublin, of Dublin Consulting, presents a critical view of the characteristics of today's working environment and the challenges faced by today's organizations. He will then guide us through the maze of the new technologies. Takeaways from this thought-provoking session will include a better understanding of:
  • Challenges facing today’s organizations
  • Significant trends in learning tools and technologies, thinking and approaches
  • Cutting-edge tools and technologies, and how to apply them
  • Why we should care – implications for the future
Schedule:
5:30 - 6:00 - Registration and light refreshments
6:00 - 8:00 - Program

About Lance Dublin:

As Chief Solution Architect & Creative Abrasionist at Dublin Consulting, Lance has 30 years of experience in training, education and learning; change management and communications; organizational design and development; and mentoring and coaching.

In working with clients to produce powerful results, he employs proven principles and techniques of creative abrasion and appreciative inquiry. At this intersection the energy level of the conversation is raised. Alternative assumptions and frames of thought are advocated for. The status quo and current mindsets are challenged. Tension and conflicting viewpoints are introduced. And, at the same time, the positives are found and built upon. The conversation is re-framed from an inclusive perspective. There is praise as well as critique. There is truly deep dialogue. And, at this intersection, the most powerful insights and, therefore, most innovative solutions are born.

Lance has served as a featured speaker several times for the National ASTD TechKnowledge Conferenceand has been contributor to CLO (Chief Learning Officer) Magazineand others.

His knowledge base includes the specialty fields of

Change Management

E-learning

Instructional Design

Blended Learning

Learning Technology

Organizational Development

Online Training

Distance Learning

Curriculum Design

Web-based Training

Instructor-led Training

Mobile Learning 


Visitors:
  • If you are not currently a member of the Golden Gate chapter of ASTD, you will not be able to register through this link. Please contact Hilda Sendyk to register at 650-321-4904 or e-mail her at hsendyk@gmail.com.

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