Intellum "Meet Up"
Monday, February 18, 2013 from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
“Social Networks, virtual classrooms, mobile delivery... these are just a few of the influences that are driving relationship-centered learning."
While influenced by the needs and practices of a more connected, more mobile workforce, the way today’s learners interact with learning environments is evolving. Social networks, virtual classrooms, mobile delivery…these are just a few of the influences that are driving learning and development functions to focus on the relationships that learners have with the learning resources around them.
Brandon Hall Group’s, Relationship-Centered Learning Organization Research details thier key findings from interviews and a survey of over 600 learning organizations. They will share findings that define a relationship-centered learning organization, including the key practices, contextual factors, trends, and the manner in which relationship-centered learning approaches improve business performance.
In this Intellum Meet Up you will hear Stacey Harris, VP, Research and Advisory Services at Brandon Hall Group, share with you the below take aways:
· Changes driving the Creation of the Relationship-Centered Learning Organization
· Defining a Relationship-Centered Learning Organization
· Practices and Shared Characteristics of the Relationship-Centered Learning Organization
· Award winning examples of organization practicing relationship centered learning
Intellum “Meet Ups”
The Intellum “Meet Ups” are an opportunity for invited senior executives to discuss, and take-away, real industry knowledge & business case scenarios; while expanding their network without cost or hassle :)
This is an “Anti-Hype Cycle Event” - let’s get beyond the hype and talk about the real delivery and value of areas like: mobile learning, social collaboration and innovation, aligning with the business, solving business or performance issues through social collaboration, compliance and a consultative approach to L&D (as well as any recommended topics by participants). “Meet Ups” will focus on one topic at time (we think :) and will be in casual and comfortable locations to discuss.