Still the only case study led learning event in Australia. Every session, every activity, every second is
about moving forward in today’s learning environment.
This is the first event where the speakers and
activities have shaped how the event is delivered, with a variety of presentations styles and lengths.
Plus, highly interactive learning through the NEW: “Learning Circuit”
This session will be all about you and your needs! In this session you will have opportunities to discuss your challenges, topical issues and get solutions through collaboration. There will be several topic tables in the conference room each headed by an expert/ thought leader/ practitioner within the topic. You will have the choice to move around the room and topic tables as you wish.
Table 1: Anne Bartlett-Bragg (Gamification)
Explore the concept of user generated content and how organisations can
leverage it for learning
Table 2: James Dellow (User-generated content)
Explore the application of games to advance learning
Table 3: Ryan Tracy (M-Learning)
Explore accessibility of mobile learning technologies and its importance
Table 4: Jamie Owen (Enterprise Social Networks)
Explore how enterprise wide social networks is beneficial to organisations and how it can be leveraged for learning and sharing knowledge
Table 5: Simon Terry, (Working Out Loud)
Explore how working out loud is opening-up new possibilities in learning,
knowledge and innovation in organisations
Working Out Loud
What it means to Work Out Loud: The 5 elements by John Stepper
John Stepper’s New Release:
Working Out Loud: For a better career and life
Working out loud is an approach to your goals that’s open, generous, and connected. With that approach, you more readily develop relationships with people, become more effective, and have access to more opportunities.
This book will help you learn both what to do and how to do it.
Anyone can learn how to work out loud. The best evidence of that is the range of stories in this book and the different kinds of people joining peer support groups called working out loud circles. There are introverts, extraverts, and people in a wide range of professions. There are people from around the world and all at stages of their careers.
When you work out loud, you increase your chances of finding meaning and fulfillment in your career and life
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the help of:
John Stepper, MD
Deutche Bank, New York
Ripple Effect Group APAC
James Dellow, Senior Business & Technical Consultant,
Ripple Effect Group APAC
Simon Terry, Change Agent, Change Agents Worldwide LLC
Ryan Tracey, E-Learning Manager, AMP
Eng Ung, Senior Digital Experience Coordinator,
La Trobe University Library
Lake Macquarie City Counci
Jamie Owen, eLearning
Rebecca Slingo, Executive Manager, Learning Solutions, Suncorp Group
University of Melbourne