Transcript ASTD TechKnowledge Presentation - Press
Dennis Yang President and COO Dan Chou Director of Business Development Udemy FR108
Rethinking Corporate Training
Current Workplace Outlook
Corporate MOOCs MOOC Demonstration
Employer-Directed Learning Role of Compliance 'Sage on the Stage’ Employee-Directed Learning On-demand, Just-in-Time Training 'Guide on the Side'
CURRENT WORKPLACE OUTLOOK
Source: Chris Farrell, Our (work) Education Crisis: Send in the MOOCs,
. http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-09-17/our-work-education-crisis-send-in-the-moocs . Eduardo Porter, Stubborn Skills Gap in America’s Workforce,
New York Times.
CURRENT WORKPLACE OUTLOOK
COMPANIES TURNING TO ONLINE TRAINING 41.7
Fortune 500 companies now use some form of educational technology to instruct employees
Savings compared with instructor-based training
Productivity boost potential for companies who use eLearning Source: Christopher Pappas, 10 E-Learning Statistics You Need to Know for 2014,
COMPANIES THAT TRAIN DO BETTER
Companies that have a strong learning culture do better in their market than those who do not
more likely to be the leader in their industry
increase in their ability to respond to the needs of the customer
more likely to become the market share leader Source: Christopher Pappas, 10 E-Learning Statistics You Need to Know for 2014,
Mobile, on-demand Scalable and collaborative Flexible, easy to use Cost effective Rich, multimedia experience Skill-based, practical and engaging
Promote employee engagement Enable anyone, anywhere to create content Allow training to be tailored to organizations Enhance relevance of learning content
TYPES OF WORKPLACE MOOCS
Build Talent Pipelines Onboard New Employees Self-directed Development Workplace & On-the-Job Training Brand Marketing Collaboration and Innovation Train Channel Partners and Customers Candidate Screening, Sponsorship McAfee and Intel Pitney Bowes Source: Josh Bersin,
Putting MOOCs To Work
, Bersin by Deloitte. http://www.slideshare.net/jbersin . Yahoo!
Bank of America Google’s g2g 1-800 Flowers.com
One size doesn’t fit all Blended learning can be wonderful Oversight still required Traditional academic content isn’t always relevant Changing role for L&D (content curators)
1-800-FLOWERS.COM: CASE STUDY
HR team uses MOOC course building technology to build blended/virtual training programs for their call center representatives.
sells premium courses for new revenue stream and to reach wider U.S. audience.
Network of independent national florists use business productivity courses (e.g. quickbooks, online marketing) for on-the job training.
PITNEY BOWES: CASE STUDY
Global Technology Group uses core skills courses to train their IT developers on new technologies, and to cross train them in management, leadership and general business skills. Using course freshness and newness to keep employees up-to-date on latest programming languages.
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