Perhaps you’ve been astonished to receive an accurate “personalized recommendation” from an online retailer. Or maybe you’ve heard about how Fitbit has collected the biggest set of heart-rate data ever and medical researchers are now using this data. These kinds of uses of big data and analytics have arrived and it’s more important than ever that L&D and other performance improvement professionals understand what’s happening, why it’s important and what to do about it.
In this presentation, we use case studies to delve into some important concepts, principles, questions and precautions that L&D and performance improvement professionals should be paying attention to.
What are data science and analytics?
Why are these important?
How are these being used today in general and in L&D, education, and performance improvement projects?
Who are some thought leaders you should be paying attention to?
Russ Powell, co-founder and principal consultant at Peregrine Performance Group, is a workforce performance improvement consultant and job-aid evangelist who has been designing, developing and facilitating training programs and other performance improvement interventions for over 20 years. Russ began his career in hospitality and then moved to telecommunications where he developed a reputation as a skillful training consultant and helped sales and customer service teams find more and better ways to win against their competitors. He holds an M.S. in Education from Georgia State University.
Joe Halpin, co-founder and principal consultant at Peregrine Performance Group, is a performance technologist with more than 20 years’ experience. He is co-architect of Peregrine's JobAider app. Joe's areas of expertise include eLearning design and development, process and performance improvement, technology for learning and performance support. He holds a Masters in Instructional Technology from San Francisco State and a Bachelor of Science in Corporate Communications from Ithaca College.
12:00 PM Welcome
12:15 PM Main Program
1:15 PM Main program ends
Each ATD-OC Learning Event will be aligned to one Talent Development Competency, as identified by ATD National.
Learning Technologies is an identified TD Area of Expertise. One skilled in this capacity is able to use technology effectively across the different areas of expertise.
To find out more about the ATD Competency Model for the Training and Development Profession, visit http://www.td.org/Certification/Competency-Model.
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