Webvent

Managing Minds, Winning Hearts

Friday, December 9, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: David Grebow, CEO, KnowledgeStar and Stephen Gill, Co-Owner, Learning2BGreat.com, Stephen J Gill Consulting

Most management practices and principles were developed in the 19th century, when we learned at a very different pace. Digital technology, automation, and globalization have forever changed everything. In the 21st-century knowledge economy, we produce knowledge and know-how, and need to manage people who must continuously learn in dramatically new ways.

This webcast will show you why and how companies worldwide are changing the way they manage people and learning to succeed in the 21st-century knowledge economy. You’ll learn what managers in the smartest companies are doing to succeed now and in the future, and what you need to do to become part of this worldwide movement.

In the webcast, the presenters will discuss material from their forthcoming ATD book, Managing Minds:

  • Learn the differences between the 20th-century managing hands and 21st-century managing minds approach.
  • Understand how pull learning is the new basis for managing minds.
  • Discover the positive impact you’ll have on your company when you manage minds.
     

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Presenters

David Grebow
David Grebow

CEO, KnowledgeStar

David Grebow is CEO of KnowledgeStar, and an author, popular speaker, and workshop leader. KnowledgeStar is a consulting firm founded in 2006 to provide insight about the intersection of digital technology and education. Its clients include Fortune 500 corporations, startups, NGOs, and leading analyst firms Bersin & Associates and the Brandon Hall Group. The KnowledgeStar Blog, first published in 2008, has been consistently rated one of the one of the most informative and widely read on learning and educational technology.

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 of Creating a Learning Culture with Marcia Conner and James Clawson and served on the editorial review board for Information Age Publishing, working to produce a series of books on technology and learning. David’s most recent book, Gamification, Games and Learning, is part of the eLearning Guild’s new Insight series. He has authored numerous research papers and articles for publications in the corporate education industry. KnowledgeStar is also currently involved in launching an interactive performance support system that automatically delivers just-in-time knowledge to people working in manufacturing environments. In 2015, David launched KnowledgeStar ePublications, which recently published A Compass for the Knowledge Economy Business and Sweet! A Book of Gamification Terms.
 


Stephen Gill
Stephen Gill

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

Stephen Gill is the co-owner of Learning2BGreat.com, a marketplace for organizational learning tools, and owner and principal of Stephen J. Gill Consulting. Steve's expertise is in creating learning cultures in organizations and measuring the impact of learning and performance improvement interventions. He has done this work for more than 25 years, since leaving the faculty of the University of Michigan School of Education. He has written extensively about these topics. 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 The Performance Improvement Blog. He serves his community as an elected trustee of Washtenaw Community College.


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