801 The End of Microlearning
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Friday, October 26
Microlearning! It’s the most popular word in corporate learning today. It is also the most controversial. While some claim microlearning to be a transformational concept, others see it as nothing but smoke and mirrors. To really find the value, you have to get past the noise and focus on the fundamentals that created the microlearning hype. To really see the benefit of microlearning, you have to end it.
This session will destroy microlearning. All that will be left are the fundamental principles you can apply to enable employees and enhance your impact on the organization. You’ll learn why microlearning is actually an “informed reimagination” of familiar L&D tactics. You’ll find out how to design a workplace learning experience that fits within the daily workflow. You’ll hear stories from organizations that have applied these principles to solve common business problems with measurable results. You’ll leave ready to apply right-fit learning tactics on the job—without using the word “microlearning.”
In this session, you will learn:
- How to articulate the value of microlearning within the modern workplace
- How to build learning solutions that address specific business problems
- How to design a continuous learning experience that fits within the workflow
- How to introduce microlearning tactics into your existing L&D strategy
Designers, developers, and managers.
Technology discussed in this session:
Microlearning platforms, learning management systems, mobile devices, and point of sale systems.
Chief Learning Architect
JD Dillon is the chief learning architect at Axonify. With his practical approach, JD integrates science, technology, storytelling, and common sense to enable employees, improve performance, and drive business results. For 20 years, he has executed learning and performance strategies for global organizations, including the Walt Disney Company, Kaplan, Brambles, and AMC Theatres. At Axonify he partners with an award-winning team to solve business problems for leading organizations through modern learning practices and cutting-edge technology.