Staying Future-Ready One Trend at a Time

May 17, 2022
Instructional Design
How many times are you surprised at innovative actions other companies are using to enhance employee performance, then wonder how they did it? One of the critical capabilities for learning professionals is being future-ready. Being future-ready requires intellectual curiosity and constant scanning of the environment for practices and processes. We all have fleeting ideas. The big question is: once you have an idea, how do you conceptualize it to share with others?

Join this session to learn how to use design thinking to convert a trending idea into a concept that can be shared with others for feedback. Socializing a concept can jump start a bright idea into a future practice.

Note: Seating is limited for this session; this is a repeat from Monday, May 16.RSVP to reserve your seat.
Kendall Mealy, Senior Director, Leadership and Organizational Development - Physician Assistant Education Association (PAEA)
Daniel Mitchell, Instructional Design Manager - Rush Enterprises

Application on the Job 1

Focus on a modern trend in learning that has the capability to enhance performance on the job.

Application on the Job 2

Collaborate with other professionals on creating ways to implement an emerging process to improve learning opportunities.

Application on the Job 3

Experience using a design thinking tool to enable a group to move a concept to a workable idea.

Session Type

ATD Forum Session