From personalisation to learning in the flow of work: AI-based learning recommendations at MCI - Shared screen with speaker view
Hello all. 8pm here in Hong Kong.
weather here is a warn 27c
and 70% humidity :-)
I like the use of 'institute' vs the more normal 'academy' or 'university'. feels premium, special
nope it was cutting out
nope lost him briefly
cutting in and out
It’s cutting off
Cutting off, yes
yes better now
good to hear
i think many people rely on google searches for new stuff, and searching the inbox or a shared drive for stuff they think already exists internally
agreed Toby. you need to be more focused than going to Google.
also - asking people to find stuff for you, but that slows you down slows them down and doesn't necessarily lead to anything better than google it (the other person googles it too!)
A great webinar guys! MCI is an excellent example of modern L&D
Great case study - well done guys. Reflecting on the salesperson Blockchain scenario: I guess key is ensuring there is relevant content for every persona, every need they may have, and ensuring it stays up to date. Automated feeds of relevant external / internal content that match to real-time queries seem a key part of this. Thoughts on that?
Not exactly gamification, but one thing we think about is how learners can keep track of what they learn and the skills they build. I think this would be motivating (we can test that of course) and from Filtered’s perspective, we get data to validate our assumptions about which skills content builds...
(Btw nice presentation Avinash, Rob, James, really interesting journey, thank you!)
yep. I like what Jane Hart calls this - L&D can become a content concierge - keep bringing the best content to people, use machines to support this and humans to discern
Great question from Stephen and great answer from Avinash. I think putting magpie recommendations in Teams will invite a need for fresher, more realtime content and we should keep talking about AndersPink / magpie :) :)
for sure Toby :-)