805 How Mobile Technology Is Shaping the Future of Learning and Training
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Thursday, June 11
Many organizations struggle with employee engagement, training, and communication. In an increasingly mobile society, people are now expecting to engage and access content with a mobile device. But there are a great number of challenges associated with venturing into mLearning.
In this session you will explore how mobile technologies can help solve many of the challenges learning professionals face today. You will discover how mLearning allows organizations to share information with a mobile savvy, on-the-go workforce. You will discuss how it can be easy to jump-start your mLearning initiatives with the right mobile content delivery platform. You will leave this session with a better understanding of what works and what does not work in mLearning.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to deliver on-the-go training to your workforce and receive immediate feedback
- Mobile trends that will help grow your business
- Best practices for the successful planning and implementation of a mobile strategy for employee learning at your organization
- How small and large organizations use mobile training to increase knowledge retention, engagement, and productivity
Novice to advanced project managers and managers.
discussed in this session:
Guide by Cell
Dave Asheim, the founder of Guide by Cell, is a veteran of up-and-coming technology and software providers with 11 years of mobile technology experience. Before founding Guide by Cell in 2004, Train by Cell’s parent company, he was president of Well Engaged, the pioneers of pre-Google and Facebook social networking. He launched Guide by Cell with the initial goal of bridging the gap between cultural institutions and their patrons, and the business has since expanded to offer mobile technologies to solve a wide variety of problems, including learning and training. Dave holds a BS degree in finance and an MBA degree, both from the University of Illinois.
Gregg Fasbinder is the cofounder and a board member of Sagatica and MOBIfuse. Gregg’s an accomplished executive with a 20-year history of leading award-winning sales teams, developing global leadership programs, and creating strategies that build enterprise value at several Fortune 100 companies. Nine times he’s won the President’s Club Award, he’s the first recipient of the Outstanding Achievement in Excellence Award, and he’s also received the prestigious Manager of the Year Award.