The Future Of Leadership Development? A Fireside Chat With IESE’s Learning Innovation Unit

by Adam Gordon, Forbes

Omni-learning continuously and digitally integrates all real and virtual learning sites –classroom, workplace, customers’ premises and beyond. The concept owes much to data-tracking adaptive feedback systems that have emerged in other industries, for example Fitbit wearables that track health and fitness activity and provide ongoing interaction with peers and feedback to doctors. Or, similarly, Waze (a Google company) which aggregates continuous distributed peer imputs about the state of traffic into knowledge that guides driver choices. Kaganer and Aurrichio isolate three key features of omni-learning: Continuous and Cross-Context. Learner-Led. Data-driven.

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