Big Question - In the Year 2019
MARCH 1, 2009
They will be extinct by 2019. The March Big Question from Learning Circuits is What will workplace learning look like in 10 years? Here are some of the things I see in 10 years: We will see much more informal learning and knowledge management. There will be a need for trainers and/or knowledge managers who will guide, coach, be a catalyst for, and monitor social media and informal learning. Participants will have much more control of learning events.
Tech in 2019
MARCH 4, 2009
I’m still pondering the Learning Circuits Blog Big Question for March about what training might look like in 2019. These videos from Microsoft Office Labs envision technology ten years out. Just imagine working with this stuff!
Workforce learning in 2019: Finding patterns in a Clouded Crystall Ball
APRIL 9, 2009
In 2019, the US workplace will be 10 years “younger”! Meaning folks who are too young to enter the workforce in 2009, would have entered by 2019, and the current old folks would have retired. In 2019 this percentage would have jumped to 35-40%. 30-50% of the managers in 2019 would be having of them having online profiles, and actively participate in social networking. So mLearning will thrive happen in 2019, but it will be simply called eLearning.
The Big Question: What will workplace learning look like in 10 years?
Clive on Learning
MARCH 3, 2009
So, safe in the knowledge that I'll be retired by then, I'm going to be a party pooper and suggest that workplace learning in 2019 will look something like this: Formal learning will still be going strong but somewhat de-emphasised. Can it be that time again?
The Future of Workplace Learning
MARCH 26, 2009
We will of course, still need cars in 2019. This month’s Big Question from the Learning Circuits blog asks: If you peer inside an organization in 10 years time and you look at how workplace learning is being supported by that organization, what will you see? ….
MARCH 29, 2009
Although it sounds exciting at first, and certainly appeals to the emotions, several practical issues—all of which are ignored by the contributors to the ASTD 2019 discussion—limit the likelihood that organizations would primarily rely on informal learning. Just got through reading - Long Live Instructor-Led Learning - by Saul Carliner, who is a person I know, like and respect. Wow, did he step in it on this one.
ILT, eLearning Tools, Visual Learners, KM, monitter, & T&D Magizines
Big Dog, Little Dog
MARCH 28, 2009
Although it sounds exciting at first, and certainly appeals to the emotions, several practical issues - all of which are ignored by the contributors to the ASTD 2019 discussion - limit the likelihood that organizations would primarily rely on informal learning. March 2009 T&D Magazines Online.