The New Zealand Organisational Learning Symposium
Experience | Inclusion | Engagement
- Will organisations keep up with constantly shifting environments?
- How employers are responding to change in employee expectations
- Challenging traditional thinking and models
- The impact of technological advancements on organisational learning
- Organisational learning trends at a national level and global level. How are these trends being implemented in NZ organisations?
- The shift in demand away from the historic supply solution for learning
- Global and local learning and development budgets – what’s happening with them?
- How does an organisation’s learning and development strategy impact on talent acquisition and retention?
- What trends are we seeing around demand for post-secondary formal and executive learning?
- The influence of organisational design shifts on the construct of learning in organisations and industries and how employers bring learning opportunities from the providers into their organisations
- Embracing technology to deliver optimal solutions
With the changing face of work in New Zealand, learning and training providers and the industries they service are having to reimagine how they impart knowledge and skills to their current and future employees. In this session, you will hear how trades-based industries are collaborating with ITOS to create learning that is fit for purpose to skill, reskill and upskill their apprentices and workers.
- Using workforce diversity to inform the learning and development strategy and advance organisational goals
- The impact diversity has on social learning
- What are the challenges of achieving organisational learning that promotes diversity and inclusion?
- How are people wanting to work? How does this inform how they want to learn?
- The different generations of employees and their learning experience
- The impact of the changing shape of workforces on an organisation’s ability to achieve its goals
- Spark’s new learning culture and how it meets the needs of their employees
- Their efforts in building self-driving career pathways
- Their ‘homemade’ ground breaking performance tool
- Lessons learned
- Diversity as an asset to learning
- Ensuring employees are receiving the fit for purpose learning opportunities
- Using a variety of vehicles to enhance learning and development
There is little room for black and white when it comes to people. Every person is different and therefore learns differently. Curating learning engages the learner and adds value to the experience. On this topic, Mel knows what she is doing. She is experienced, she has been there, done that and in this session, she will impart her own learnings that will help you rethink how you’re engaging with your people.
- Advancing learning with technology
- Micro-credentials and nano-degrees
- Flipping the classroom with blended learning
- How do people learn outside the classroom? Is this informing how organisations approach learning in the workplace?
- Operational: Using organisational data to drive structure and reporting in the Learning Managements Systems (LMS)
- Strategic: Using Learning Management Systems (LMS) to drive organisational change and connecting to an experience layer (xAPI)
- Transformational: Predictive modelling and recommendations for action plans and organisational agility
- Environment and culture as facilitators of learning
- How does an organisation ensure employees have the right tools to get the most out of learning?
- What does positive ROI look like?
- What does agile culture present as opportunities for organisations and learning?
- What are the challenges of fostering agile using existing learning processes?
- What is the impact of agile and new ways of learning on the work(force)?
- What opportunities is technology making available that we didn’t have previously?
- What do employers need to do to ensure they are providing the most up to date and fit for purpose learning tools for employees?
- What is changing with what people are wanting from external learning and training providers?
- What will be the next big thing?
FaceMe is a New Zealand success story, winning the Virgin Business Challenge, and mentoring by Richard Branson. FaceMe’s recent projects include implementing Digital Humans for some of the world’s biggest brands, including Vodafone and UBS bank. This session will focus on:
- The application of this technology to surprise and delight customers and staff
- What ROI looks like