Organizations, schools, and government departments of today and tomorrow require an effective digital learning strategy to keep speed with innovation and upskill their workforces. Regardless of your industry, your employees expect smart, connected experiences that fit the way they live and work in a digital world. In this new, hands-on program, we’ll give you the capability and confidence to harness current technologies such as machine learning, augmented reality, and robotics in your education strategy. You’ll also look at digital learning and transformation technologies through a strategic lens that will help you create and deliver new value.
Today’s organizations are transforming their workforces to drive productivity, innovation, and growth; upskilling plays a key role in both individual and enterprise success. Effective learning programs strive to match the speed at which the digital economy is changing with organizational adaptability and readiness. This means taking advantage of the same technologies that are delivering disruption—including artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR), and robotics—and harnessing them to build cutting-edge learning approaches that will lead you and your teams to a profitable and sustainable future.
Digital Learning Strategy is designed to help you build a blueprint for your enterprise that is flexible, personalized, and scalable, and that leverages transformative technologies. Through hands-on makerspace activities and under the guidance of industry experts, you will explore AI/ML, AR/VR, and robotics technologies firsthand, giving you the knowledge to begin using them immediately in your digital learning strategy.
Faculty will combine the principles that underpin these technologies with recent insights in areas including neuroscience of learning, game theory, and data science. You’ll learn how to identify key strategic considerations such as when to enlist a vendor, speed to market, product lifecycle, pricing strategies, and how to mitigate the risks of advanced technologies effectively.
You’ll also learn how to construct a “learning double helix” where digital and physical learning strategies are mutually supportive and create value that is more than the sum of its parts.
You’ll leave this program as a “presentist,” not futurist, equipped to build, implement, and articulate a digital learning strategy that is futureproofed from technological disruption and provides immediate competitive advantage.
Technical skills are not required for this program. Simply bring your curiosity and a willingness to roll up your sleeves. This program will provide a pragmatic and actionable set of insights you can apply on day one.