Understand effective learning processes to get the biggest bang for your organization’s training buck
Arupa Tesolin, Learning Paths International Canada
Just because everybody’s doing it, it doesn’t mean it’s the best way. These days every organization is looking for ways to do more with less, often alongside the pressure of reduced budgets. There are a lot of ways to add value to learning without imposing a higher cost, but first we need to look at training realities and comprehend the real value they create for organizational performance. This workshop looks at ways to reduce documentation and increase the value of training using a Learning Paths approach that integrates with courses and e-learning to reduce overall training costs and makes the learning process as lean as possible.
Topics to be discussed include:
•The history of lean – adapting from manufacturing to service organizations
•The real cost of e-learning and training and who pays
•Exploring mixed training alternatives that are lean, rapid and robust
•2 main approaches to assessing value for cost
PRESENTER: Arupa Tesolin, Learning Paths International Canada
Arupa Tesolin is the head of Learning Paths International Canada (http://learningpaths.ca) and the innovation training company Intuita (http://intuita.com). She leads the Learning Paths revolution across Canada, which is helping organizations deliver new levels of speed and performance with improved efficiency. An internationally recognized author, learning consultant, speaker and innovation leader, Arupa has more than 25 years of experience leading innovative learning and management practices and business performance improvement in Canada. Arupa is the author of two popular books, Ting! and Spark, the Intuita innovation workshops, over 100 articles in top international training and management publications, and two science papers, including The Ecology of Intuition. Clients include the Ontario Government, the Government of Canada, both public and private companies, and associations.