About the Talk
In her invigorating talk, Trish navigates through the significance of effective learning in the workplace for talent retention, collaboration, and productivity. She unravels the misunderstandings surrounding the strategic focus and definition of workplace learning and its varied meanings for Learning & Development (L&D) in present-day organizations.
Trish also explores the alterations induced by globalization and technology, inclusive of the effect on the talent pool and the learning function in the contemporary gig economy. She brings to light the concept of pervasive computing or ubiquitous computing, with gadgets like Fitbits and iWatches furnishing data-driven insights capable of influencing behavior.
Navigating the transitional landscape from humans to augmented humans to robots, Trish presents the challenge of merging these changes to deliver top-quality employee experiences and retain vital talent. She advocates for a shift from emphasizing outputs to outcomes and presents tools like Coach M and Otto that utilize AI for personalized coaching and onboarding.
About Trish Uhl
Trish Uhl, a leading figure in AI & Advanced Analytics in Talent & Workplace Learning, is the originator of the Talent & Learning Analytics Leadership Forum and the Learning Experiences Ecosystems Engineering framework. Her work highlights the intersection of people analytics, learning analytics, and AI in HR.
Breakdown of the Talk
Trish initiates her talk by examining the importance of effective learning in the workplace for talent retention, collaboration, and productivity.
She elaborates on the confusion surrounding the strategic focus and definition of workplace learning in today’s organizations.
Trish explores the effects of globalization and technology, particularly on the talent pool and the learning function in the gig economy.
She presents the concept of pervasive computing, with devices such as Fitbits and iWatches providing data-driven insights that can influence behavior.
Trish dives into the transition from humans to augmented humans to robots and the need to integrate these changes to deliver quality employee experiences.
She sheds light on the modern employees’ demand for personalized, context-specific learning that provides fast feedback.
Trish advocates for a shift in focus from outputs to outcomes, and introduces AI-powered tools like Coach M and Otto for coaching and onboarding.
She concludes by discussing the use of AI for instructional design and the necessary changes in mindset, skill set, and tool set.
Explore these sections in detail and discover the key takeaways from Trish Uhl’s enlightening presentation at the Hacking HR Forum in Chicago