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Clicks, Bricks, and Millenials
DevLearn 2011 Conference - November 2, 2011
Director, Cisco Sales Associates Program
Business Development, Manager
The challenge: harness and develop young talent around the world, using collaborative technology to connect learners regardless of their physical location, and combine it with on-the-job experience to create an engaging, interactive development environment that provides tangible business results in 12 months. The Cisco Sales Associates program launched 14 globally connected classrooms using telepresence technology and combined them with local work experience in eight countries. The goal was to provide a consistent development experience for the learner, regardless of his or her location. This virtual model required a complete overhaul of curriculum development, management development, global program operations, learner assessment processes, and metrics management. The results have been exciting and have exceeded expectations.
Participants in this case-study session will review the lessons Cisco learned through this process. You’ll discover the key issues to consider in building and maintaining distance learning programs and how to achieve a balance for the learner between virtual and in-person experiences. You’ll learn how managing and maintaining the content, the technology, the business metrics, and the learner experience encompasses elements of Change Management, Operations, and Business Process Management as well as Virtual Curriculum Management.
In this session, you will learn:
- The change management elements to manage in moving from in-person to virtual
- The curriculum framework and facilitation requirements to succeed in a distance learning environment
- The key internal operations you will need to address in launching virtual talent development
- Metrics management in a virtual talent development environment
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