Learning Directions

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    Who is Elliott Masie?

    • Elliott Masie is an internationally recognized futurist, analyst, researcher and speaker on workforce productivity and the changing world of learning.

    • Over the past 25 years, Elliott has provided leadership and insight to major corporations on the use of technology for organizational learning, performance and collaboration. He is acknowledged as the first analyst to use the term eLearning in the 1990s and has been on the forefront of social, mobile and video-based learning experiments.

    • Elliott is editor of Learning TRENDS by Elliott Masie, an Internet newsletter read by over 52,000 business executives worldwide, and a regular columnist in professional publications like CLO Magazine. He is the author of a dozen books and his most recent is Big Learning Data, published by ASTD. Elliott is the convener of Learning 2013, whch will feature former US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and actor George Takei as keynote speakers.

    • The MASIE Center hosts the Learning CONSORTIUM: a coalition of 230 global organizations cooperating on the evolution of learning strategies. Member organizations include CNN, Wal-Mart, American Express, Southwest Airlines, Farmers Insurance, Emirates Airline, Starbucks, General Electric and Fidelity Investments.

    • Elliott serves as an advisor to a wide range of government, education and non-profit groups. He is pro-bono advisor to the Department of Defense and on the White House Advisory Council on Expanding Learning Opportunities.

    • Elliott is known as a highly approachable speaker and trainer, blending humor, applicable stories of best practice and high levels of audience involvement. He has presented programs to more than 1.7 million professionals around the world and consulted for over 2,800 organisations.

    Learning Directions

Elliott Masie’s Learning Directions – Interactive Seminar (Singapore Session)

Kydon Learning Systems Institute is proud to have Elliott Masie in Singapore to lead a highly interactive seminar on the changing world of Workplace Learning in Singapore on November 20, 2013. He will present, demonstrate, discuss and explore how organizations and learners are shifting their learning processes.
Here are the key issues that will be the focus of Learning Directions – Singapore:

  • • Learning Personalization – “One Size Fits One”
  • • The Social and Collaborative Learner
  • • Mobile Workers, Mobile Devices, Mobile Performance Support
  • • Big Learning Data – Implications and Risks
  • • Beyond “e-Learning” – Hello Agile Learning Design
  • • Video and Learning – Changing Models
  • • The Lazy and Tired Learning Management Systems
  • • The Role of Curiosity in Learning
  • • The Connected and Changed Classroom
  • • Global Learning – One Program – Many Countries
  • • Game, Gamification and Failing Our Way to Success
  • • Content, Context and Community
  • • Wearable Technology for Learning (eg. Google Glass)
  • • A New Look at Leadership Development Models
  • • Learning for Every Generation
  • • Learning Hype, Myths and Labs

Who should attend?

  • • Chief Learning Officers
  • • Chief Knowledge Officers
  • • HR Directors
  • • Training and Learning Director
  • • Heads of Organisational Development
  • • Heads of Talent Management
  • • Heads of Learning & Development
  • • Heads of Training and Performance
  • • Educators
  • • Learning Technologists
Morning Session – 9.00 am to Noon
Networking Lunch
Afternoon Session – 1 pm to 4 pm

Devan Nair Institute for Employment & Employability
80 Jurong East Street 21 (Singapore 609607)

*Free Seminar:
Include seminar materials, tea breaks and lunch

Learning Directions Organized by Kydon

Terms and Conditions for Registration:

This is a free event. However, to protect genuine participants, our cancellation terms are as follows:
• Any cancellation must be done in writing to [email protected] by 7th November 2013.
• Cancellation received between 8th and 15th November 2013 will incur a S$100.00 cancellation fee.
• A penalty of S$450.00 will be charged for cancellation received after 15th November 2013 and no-shows.