Does work-place learning really work? Learning’s Dirty Secrets:

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Does work-place learning really work? Learning’s Dirty Secrets:

Time: October 5, 2017 from 10am to 11am
Location: Online
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: LSG
Latest Activity: Oct 6, 2017

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Does work-place learning really work? Learning’s Dirty Secrets:

Gerry Griffin, Skill Pill Founder, Skill Pill


70-20-10 analysis says that the majority of learning happens without active support from L&D.

  • Face to face learning is expensive and 85% of content is lost within 6 weeks
  • E-learning is often dull
  • Self-service learning can get low uptake

What to do? This session is designed as an open candid discussion looking at the state of work place learning and will offer some strategic insights into next generation learning.

  • The future of the LMS?
  • The role of AI, AR and VR
  • The disintermediation of L&D?


Gerry Griffin


Gerry Griffin is founder of Skill Pill Digital learning which serves one million learners in 120 countries and has clients such as Zurich Insurance, Coca Cola, Dell and Amnesty. Skill Pill has been recognised by various award granting bodies for its voluntary work with Save the Children. Gerry is a former director of the London Business School and author of six business books. He is a frequent TV commentator on web developments and has lectured in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Africa. Gerry is passionate about the impact technology can have on workplace productivity

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Comment by jonquil coy on October 6, 2017 at 13:47

Hi Aimee, yes it will. Check back early next week on the webinar archive tab.

Comment by Aimee Swartz on October 6, 2017 at 8:34

Unfortunately I was unable to attend this session. Is there a recording or slide share available? 

Thanks

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