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TechKnowCon Monthly Roundtable (July 2020) - Shared screen with speaker view
Lisa Stortz
36:40
Nice to see lots of familiar names! Excited to learn a lot today.
B.J. Schone
36:46
Hi everyone, I’m B.J. - Talent Lead at Atlassian
icorneillet
39:01
Hello everyone. I’m Ivan Corneillet and I am teaching at Twitter.
CLG
53:21
We love to learn and grow
Alma Martinez-Amen
53:38
anyone who's not back please speak up
Mike Hruska
54:00
forward thought: LOOKING AHEAD TO MOVE FROM REACTIVE TO PROACTIVE WORK!
Dennen Hansen
55:44
+1 to that
Lisa Stortz
57:24
able to meet the learners at their point of need
Alma Martinez-Amen
58:17
how do we create connectedness between remote teams to access "what your neighbor knows"
Lisa Stortz
59:13
@Rajon - great comments and so glad to hear that's a common challenge!
Mike Hruska
59:56
echo ditto on making distance smaller...….so many connections lost, but so many new ones forming!
Marko Gargenta
01:01:54
Please ask questions here!
chrissh
01:04:05
William Bridges Managing Transitions: "Neutral Zone"
Lisa Stortz
01:08:20
Curious - how many of use feel we will go back to the workforce structure that was in our organizations? Do you want to?
Jasmine Robinson
01:10:17
Netflix feels that a remote, distributed workforce is a diversity and inclusion issue so they are creating long-term plans to allow a partial distributed workforce. I’m excited about it ;)
Dennen Hansen
01:10:47
Thank you, Oliver!
CLG
01:10:51
Great message Oliver!
chrissh
01:10:55
Great thoughts Oliver! Thanks for sharing.
Jasmine Robinson
01:11:00
Thanks Oliver!!!
Mika
01:11:06
thank you Oliver!
Dennen Hansen
01:11:07
Have you seen good engagement with your new self-paced material?
Yuna Buhrman
01:11:08
thanks for sharing, pls could you share the Slack channel url again>
Yuna Buhrman
01:11:10
?
Mike Hruska
01:11:23
very cool focus.....and how things were planned to go remote and this accelerated an existing plan
Aastha Bindlish
01:11:24
Hi Oliver,
Lisa Stortz
01:11:29
Oliver - what was the article you mentioned about the 5 levels of Distributed Teams?
Jasmine Robinson
01:11:40
Oliver, what does your 100% onboarding include? Is it videos? Is it live sessions? Is it quizzes or se;-assessment?
Marianne Cruzat
01:11:46
Slack Channel Link: https://join.slack.com/t/techknowcon/shared_invite/zt-d3ifpasw-PaMPs0Wtsxy0Oc0w2l1CKw
Kate Brennan
01:11:47
Thanks Oliver! I think striating to different time periods for the company’s experience and perspective is a helpful exercise no matter how global or distributed the org is
Aastha Bindlish
01:11:49
What has been the employee feedback on the remote learning and coaching sessions?
Yuna Buhrman
01:12:10
@mariannecruzat thank you!
Marianne Cruzat
01:12:44
@Yuna - You're welcome! :)
Lisa Stortz
01:14:12
@Jasmine - so interesting on Netflix approach to remote learning
Alma Martinez-Amen
01:14:55
@Lisa Stortz: https://www.santacruzworks.org/news/5-levels-of-distributed-work
Joseph Lam
01:15:35
That link didn’t work for me, but the cached version does: https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:XLGhbCpOD6kJ:https://www.santacruzworks.org/news/5-levels-of-distributed-work+&cd=3&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us
Melissa Lamkin
01:15:50
Ours is also 100% virtual onboarding. We use our LXP to deliver company and team content to new hires
Yuna Buhrman
01:16:53
how has the decision to have a completely remote workforce impacted the other groups you showed at the start of your presentation? E.g. how does L&D help BHR to support any changes in policy or team meetups to talk about product dev, etc.?
Stuart Collins
01:17:10
yep- we’ve been doing fully remote onboarding since SIP started. every 2 wks
Stuart Collins
01:17:46
could you share more about the ‘10 team exercises’ you mentioned?
CLG
01:17:47
What's next for your team?
Katie Hawkes
01:20:52
:applause emoji: well done oliver!
CLG
01:21:03
Thank you Oliver, great info!
Lisa Stortz
01:21:43
Great job Oliver!
Marko Gargenta
01:23:29
Thank you, Oliver!!
Amber D. Marcu
01:31:44
Hey! We used that exact same book at Caterpillar. I still have my copy of it!
Rajon Tumbokon
01:32:31
what was the book again?
BarbP
01:32:52
10 Types of Innovation
Amber D. Marcu
01:32:54
Ten Types of INnovation ...
Yuna Buhrman
01:34:08
that was great, thank you!
Mike Hruska
01:34:34
www.alleninteractions.com/futureproofing
Mike Hruska
01:34:43
bit.ly/problemtool
Jasmine Robinson
01:34:46
Fantastic Mike, that was so much information to unpack. I’ll be spending hours, maybe weeks on your site.
Lisa Stortz
01:34:49
Love it - literally being on the same page!
Oliver Liao
01:34:55
Thank you Mike!
Dennen Hansen
01:34:57
So grateful, Mike! Thank you!
Amber D. Marcu
01:35:50
Yes, metrics!
Amber D. Marcu
01:37:04
Some things should actually take time (longer), too. It's about right timing ("triggers" or conditional release), too.
Rajon Tumbokon
01:37:07
Mike keeps mentioning “Kirkpatrick.” Is everyone here familiar with Kirkpatric?
Rajon Tumbokon
01:37:44
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Kirkpatrick
Oliver Liao
01:37:57
https://www.kirkpatrickpartners.com/Our-Philosophy/The-Kirkpatrick-Model
Amber D. Marcu
01:38:20
Kirkpatrick Levels of Evaluation (including and up to his "Return on Expectations) vs. or in conjunction with Phillips' Return on Investment which has more of a business minded ($) focus regarding L&D.
Mike Hruska
01:38:49
check out ISO 30414...….very interesting standard
Amber D. Marcu
01:39:21
Ooooo ... this is actually new info to me! I'm super interested in ISO 30414
Amber D. Marcu
01:39:31
Where do we go to learn more about this?
Rajon Tumbokon
01:39:38
Question for Mike…he mentioned there are a lot of emerging technology for learning out there. What are some emerging technologies to keep on our radar? What technologies might you be skeptical about?
Yuna Buhrman
01:39:46
just googled the iso https://www.iso.org/standard/69338.html
Kate Brennan
01:40:35
thanks Mike!
Oliver Liao
01:40:47
Thank you again, Mike.
Mike Hruska
01:41:17
thank you! I love sharing....our industry is more important than ever and the tribe needs to share!
Marianne Cruzat
01:44:24
Is anyone in a room by themselves? Some people had to leave but I'm trying to make sure people are in a group with others to share their learnings :)
chrissh
02:00:13
Breakouts have been awesome! Keep doing it!
chrissh
02:00:47
Learning Opportunity Map will definitely look into that!
chrissh
02:03:40
Thanks everyone! Great session today. Take care and stay safe! Until next time.
Kate Brennan
02:04:02
Thanks Marko + all!