Trends, humanoids, AI and more – knowledge³
Digitalisation and globalisation are two of the mega trends that also impact on learning and development in the workplace. Digital learning methods, as well as new learning technologies revolutionise workplace learning. Employees are now pretty much able to learn where and when they choose – tailor-made to their individual preferences and needs.
Mobile- and online courses – sometimes combined with face-to-face modules – enable flexible learning, regardless of time and place. Much as these new opportunities offer more autonomy to the learner, they also demand stronger self-management. Today, change is happening in companies as well as in the learning and development market as a whole.
So how do you develop your own employees? Which methods and technologies offer the best results for you?
Approximately 70 leading exhibitors are in Cologne this year, offering solutions for your challenges and requirements.
To highlight the importance of learning and development, there is a dedicated presentation stage, the Trendforum Corporate Learning & Working: E-Learning, kindly powered by Gamelearn.
Here, you find a mix of research, practical know-how by HR professionals, and supplier best practices.
On the first exhibition day, 19 September 2017, Trends in Corporate Learning & Working as well as Gamification dictate the order of the day. If learning with robots and artificial intelligence appeal, visit the stage on the 20 September 2017. Digital leadership is the topic on the last trade fair day in Cologne.
Stephanie Conway, Senior Organisational Development Practitioner and Leadership Coach, Google Dublin is speaking about the Future of Learning – and identifies learning trends. She shares observations and examples from her practice, and you will get an overview on People Operations @ Google and their beliefs about learning, as well as information about future trends in learning inside Google. During Stephanie’s tenure at the company she has led regional and global teams in online sales and operations as well as Learning and Development. She also holds a MSc. in Executive Coaching from Ashridge Business School (UK) and is actively involved in the coaching community in Ireland and across Europe.
Day 2 sees Prof. Dr. Gundolf S. Freyermuth, asking “Is the AI Apocalypse Near? High Hopes, Even Greater Fears, and Scientific Reality in AI Research”. He is a founding co-director and Professor of Media and Game Studies at the Cologne Game Lab of TH Koeln - University of Technology, Arts and Sciences, as well as Professor of Comparative Media Studies at the ifs international film school of Cologne and representative of the Film and Media Board of North Rhine-Westphalia. He has published over 400 essays, and has authored, edited and co-edited some 20 volumes of non-fiction and fiction. His research focuses on digital games, audiovisuality, transmediality, and network culture. Get a general overview on the current state of AI, and hear about widespread hopes and popular fears associated with AI research and implementation. He will try to identify and analyze foreseeable tendencies and trends. A focal point in all three parts will be on the central role that games have played and are still playing in the conception, realization, and implementation of artificial intelligence.
Another highlight will be Pepper, a humanoid, presenting together with Prof. Dr. Juergen Handke, University Marburg: Project "HEART" - Humanoid Robots as Assistants in Teaching and Learning. The pair will formulate questions and develop initial hypotheses about how the co-operation of humanoid robots and people in various everyday roles and situations can create added value for both. They will formulate questions and develop initial hypotheses about how the co-operation of humanoid robots and people in various everyday roles and situations can create added value for both.
Head over to the Solution Stage Learning for the presentation: Digitalization in executive education – using a serious learning game to improve managerial decision making. Dr. Benjamin Quaiser, Director Executive Development Programs, ESMT Berlin giving insights into the project of developing and launching a serious learning game to teach decision making in an innovative way and to raise the awareness of associated biases managers are confronted with. Tapping into the trend of gamification and in collaboration with a Berlin-based start-up, ESMT Berlin has developed a mobile game for the use in executive development.
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