Webvent

Management and Learning Will Change Forever (and You Need to know How and Why)

Friday, December 1, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Stephen Gill, Co-Owner, Learning2BGreat.com, Stephen J. Gill Consulting and David Grebow, CEO, KnowledgeStar

The industrial revolution and the labor-intensive economy it spawned have been replaced by a mind-intensive knowledge economy that’s driven by technology, automation, artificial intelligence (AI), and globalization. It’s become abundantly clear that an entirely new approach to organizing, operating, managing and learning in the knowledge economy is needed.


In the webcast, the speakers will discuss key points from their forthcoming ATD Press book, Minds at Work: Managing for Success in the Knowledge Economy, so you can understand:

  • the distinct differences between the management models created to “manage hands" in the 20th-century business models and the models emerging to successfully “manage minds” in the 21st century
  • why supporting continuous learning, open communication, and “anytime, anywhere” collaboration is critical
  • some of the most successful technology and practices you can use today to start managing minds. 

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Presenters

Stephen Gill
Stephen Gill

Co-Owner, Learning2BGreat.com, Stephen J. Gill Consulting

Stephen J. Gill is co-owner of www.learningtobegreat.com, a resource for creating and sustaining a learning culture in organizations, and is also owner and principal of Stephen J. Gill Consulting. He attended the University of Minnesota and Northwestern University, where he earned a PhD in counseling psychology.

Steve's expertise is in organizational learning and measuring the impact of learning and performance improvement interventions. He has done this work for more than 30 years, since leaving the faculty of the University of Michigan, School of Education. He has written extensively about learning in organizations. His most recent books are Getting More from Your Investment in Training: The 5As Framework, Developing a Learning Culture in Nonprofit Organizations, and Communication in High Performance Organizations: Principles and Best Practices. Steve also posts regularly on www.ThePerformanceImprovementBlog.com. Steve is the co-author of Minds at Work.
 


David Grebow
David Grebow

CEO, KnowledgeStar

David Grebow is an author, popular speaker, consultant, workshop leader, and CEO of KnowledgeStar. Since 2006, KnowledgeStar has provided research and consultative services to companies seeking innovative ways to use emerging technology to help empower and enable their employees anytime, from any location. KnowledgeStar has worked with numerous Fortune 500 corporations, startups, NGOs, and leading analyst firms, including Bersin & Associates and the Brandon Hall Group. For 25 years prior to starting KnowledgeStar, David held senior development and management positions with leading technology and education companies, including IBM, (where he co-founded the Institute for Advanced Learning); PeopleSoft; Cisco; and McGraw-Hill.

David is a co-author Creating a Learning Culture with Marcia Conner and James Clawson, and author of A Compass for the Knowledge Economy. He has written numerous research papers and articles on management and educational technology, and has served on the editorial review board for six books about management, technology, and learning from Information Age Publishing. Since 2007 he has been writing the award-winning and widely read KnowledgeStar Blog. He is the co-author of Minds at Work.