L&D Innovation & Tech Fest
Celebrating the talent, technology and innovations transforming corporate learning
The world has changed. Businesses are demanding. New technologies are emerging. The clock is ticking. And the big L&D shift is on. L&D has moved beyond its operational role and is fast transforming into a core, focused, and disciplined strategic business function. Not only is the content and mechanics of learning being transformed, but also what your people learn, when they learn and how they experience it. L&D Innovation & Tech Fest will run alongside HR Innovation & Tech Fest, the fastest growing and most vibrant HR event in Australia.
Visit the friendly team at Kineo in the L&D arena to discuss the opportunities presented to our industry in the age of digital transformation!
Want some quality time with Kineo? here's where you'll find us!
Monday, 18th November 2019
- 10.30am: "Reimagining blended learning"
Innovation theatre session with Hajira Shaneen, Lead learning designer at Kineo
Does the term ‘blended learning' simply mean a mix of face-to-face and online learning? Come along to see how we have implemented blended learning in a corporate context using a mix of online, offline and social learning. We will describe and demonstrate a specific learning solution that involved thoughtful design of a learning eco-system to promote active learning through a range of blended solutions."
- 2.10pm: "Future leaders now. A learning experience platform driven by our learners"
Client case study session with Gareth Killeen, Head of learning at Reece Group
Reece wanted staff to realise their full potential, addressing a requirement to overhaul learning strategy to improve accessibility, engagement and provide intuitive personalised learner content recommendations. A six-month series of Design Labs involving a wide range of employees were run using human-centred design techniques to better understand pain points and challenges, as well as hopes and aspirations when learning. This led to the creation of a ‘right-for-Reece’ learning experience platform (LXP) and a new future proofing leadership development initiative called ‘Future Leaders Now.’ The LXP was required to fully enable and empower a learning-in-the-workflow blended approach meeting the needs of busy retail leaders.
Tuesday, 19th November 2019
- 8.00am: "Is it really possible to measure engagement?"
Breakfast Seminar with James Ballard, Value proposition manager for Kineo and The Oxford Group
Just 14% of employees in Australia find learning offered in their workplace very effective – even less than the 16% of the global workforce who say the same. This is leading to widespread disengagement, as many workers don’t see how the current training offered is helping them progress in their career or improve their workplace performance. We’ll be sharing insights about how employers can overturn this downward trend towards engagement with real-life examples of organisation that have adopted measurement to bring to life how effective learning can transform key business drivers like retention and business success.