Learning & Performance Ecosystem 2016
To support today’s fast-moving organizations we need to elevate our perspective—to see and engage with the whole of the organizations we support. The Learning & Performance Ecosystem Conference gives you a unique opportunity to explore how individual and organizational learning and performance can be enhanced by looking beyond just training, and by supporting people with a broad range of content, processes, tools, and technologies.
The expanded perspective of the Ecosystem 2016 conversation affects all aspects of learning and performance and all of the roles that support them. As such, Ecosystem 2016 is now a conference within a conference, and is included with your Learning Solutions 2016 registration!
30+ Concurrent Sessions
Dive into each of the four major components of a learning and performance ecosystem in detail and learn how to develop a strategy for your organization.
Explore how workers learn and support each other’s performance, and how your strategy can support this collaboration.
Discover how workers learn within the process of doing work, and how our internal learning and performance processes support this workflow.
Learn how to leverage your content across all areas of influence and make it accessible in both formal and informal arenas.
Examine the technologies that can be included in an ecosystem, and develop a strategy in which the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
Continue Your Learning with Pre-conference Activities
Pre-conference Blended Course
Sunday and Monday, March 13 and 14, 8:30a – 4:30p
Explore a learning environment design framework that can provide guidance in selecting a powerful set of resources to support learning in your organization.
Catherine Lombardozzi, Learning 4 Learning Professionals
Pre-conference Certificate Programs
Tuesday, March 15, 8:30a – 4:30p
These optional pre-conference activities may be of particular interest to Ecosystem attendees.
Megan Torrance, TorranceLearning
Jeannette Campos, Sodexo
P11: xAPI Camp
Aaron Silvers & Megan Bowe, MakingBetter
Brenda Enders, Enders Consulting
Art Kohn, Portland State University
Marc Rosenberg, Marc Rosenberg and Associates and Steve Foreman, InfoMedia Designs