Do you remember when you first heard the term ‘elearning’? Our guest today, Elliott Maisie is the analyst who is first credited with using the term.
Today, Elliott runs multiple learning projects and organizations under the Maisie.com brand including the Maisie Center which hosts annual learning conferences.
He also heads up the Learning Collborative which brings learning and development leaders from 76 organizations including Google and Amazon to focus on innovations impacting learning.
Today, we’re going to share with you what Elliott is learning from listening to these L&D thought leaders as they focus on trends and what’s around the corner for their organizations.
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Learning is going mobile
Organizations cannot tell you where they are going to be even 6 months from now because L&D has gone through such a disruption and it’s not over yet.We are seeing a fundamental shifts in organizational behavior towards how their learners are encouraged to learn." – Elliott Maisie TWEET THIS
That’s what Elliott Maisie hears when he hosts conversations with learning and development leaders at organizations like Zoom, South West Airlines, Subway and others.
“We are seeing fundamental shifts in organizational behavior towards how their learners are encouraged to learn.”
Big corporations like McDonalds and others never used to allow their employees to use their cellphones at work.
Now, they and others are busy figuring out how they can even give their employees cell phones. They recognize that people are now learning in a mobile world.
Take-aways you don’t want to miss
- How your learner’s needs are changing fast
- Who the Learning Collaborative is and what it does
- How corporate L&D views the changing world
- Where Elliott Maisie thinks L&D is going
- Why language is changing in the corporate L&D space
- Where you can expect to see changes in learner behavior
- Why empathy needs to be at the core of your training