You’ll learn how to
- Design educational programs that drive professional development, membership and revenue growth
- Monetize and demonstrate the ROI of your learning programs by using the right experience model
- Use authentic assessments to measure competencies in learning, tackle the skills gap and increase engagement for the future of work
- Leverage three key elements of a successful digital transformation: data and analytics, change management strategy, and accessibility
|Future of Work, Skills and Technology
|Which emerging technologies will have the biggest impact on the workforce, and how can your association prepare for the future of work? In this session, you’ll hear how associations, organizations and governments around the world are assessing and predicting the impact of emerging technologies on an economic, geographic and individual level. Using real-world examples from around the globe, Ken Chapman, VP of learning innovation advocacy at D2L, will share how you can prepare to reskill your learners by identifying those at risk and defining personal learning paths.
VP of learning innovation advocacy, D2L
|Associations and Learning as a Competitive Advantage
|Digital learning continues to be top of mind for associations of all sizes and across all industries. According to a recent Training Industry report, 76% of members see more value in virtual learning than they do in live, instructor-led training. In this special guest keynote with Debra Zabloudil, VP of learning at ASAE, we’ll explore how you can set a solid foundation at your association for your learning programs and deliver more value to your members.
FACHE, VP of learning, ASAE
President, Artisan E-Learning
|Offering learning that moves the needle on a member’s performance in the workforce is a key mandate for associations. Unfortunately, organizations are often unable to demonstrate that their learners are competent based on the nature of the traditional assessment strategy, which usually consists of multiple-choice and true/false low-level, rote memorization questions. At D2L, we’re evolving clients’ understanding of the value of creating authentic assessments that test and demonstrate real-world, applicable knowledge that learners can be confident will help them in their career paths and that associations can be confident will demonstrate their commitment to supporting members’ career success. This presentation will show you how your association can incorporate authentic assessment strategies into your courses using socially driven case studies, video demonstrations and scenario-based learning to improve outcomes.
Learning Experience Consultant, D2L
|How to Use Your Learning to Drive Revenue and Engagement
|Too often, associations rely solely on instinct or anecdotal evidence when making decisions about which courses to offer members. How do you know which courses you should focus your efforts on creating? How do you prove now’s the time to sunset that 20-year-old course? How do you know if it’s worth investing in a new offering? During this session, you’ll learn how to use the data you already have to understand the true value of your course offerings so you can make strategic decisions on where to invest, when to expand and what’s no longer worth it (to your members or your association).
President and CRO, Association Analytics
Vice President of Sales, Association Analytics
|Digital Transformation at Modern Associations
|Join our panel of association executives as they share best practices from their digital transformation journeys, the organizational outcomes they saw and innovative ways to leverage technology to solve unique challenges.
PgMP, PMP, CSM, CAE, chief executive officer, Achurch Consulting, LLC
DNP, MHA, RN, NEA-BC, NPD-BC, CHPN, CCRN-K, director, nursing education and product management, American Nurses Association
Dr. Jenelle Hodges
Director of Digital Learning, The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME)
Manager of digital development, (ISC)², Inc.
CM, VP of learning, Halmyre
|Does Your Learning Have Less Impact Than a Shampoo Bottle?
|What can shampoo, video game controllers and that box of old clothes in the garage teach us about increasing our reach and impact? Amy Morrisey from Artisan E-Learning will share case studies from Procter & Gamble, Goodwill and Microsoft. These companies lead their industries in innovative designs that push the envelope on equity and inclusion. Are our learning and development projects keeping up? Or falling behind?
President, Artisan E-Learning
Hotels & Accommodations
Renaissance Washington- DC Downtown Hotel, 999 9th St. NW, Washington, DC 20001, United States