T&D: Design Thinking and the Science of Learning

Design thinking and the science of learning – Mirjam Neelen & Arkadiusz Siechowicz at ELF conf 2019

How to use Design thinking methods and approach to design a great learning experience? We discuss how important it is to look at the big picture, as well as about specific tools such as Affinity clustering. When to listen and when not to listen to your prospective learners? Mirjam Neelen & Arkadiusz Siechowicz in discussion during E-learning Fusion conference in Warsaw.

Get in touch with us at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mirjamnee… https://www.linkedin.com/in/arkadiusz…

Mirjam Neelen is a Learning Advisory Manager with over 10 years of industry experience, working at companies such as Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Google, the Learnovate Centre, and now Accenture. In her current role, she leads the learning experience design processes across Accenture’s various business entities globally. Mirjam analyses business and performance challenges in close collaboration with her clients and manages the front-end design processes, working with other Accenture Learning teams. She leads virtual design thinking sessions to ensure that learners, clients, and other stakeholders collaborate closely to achieve the best possible results.

See more at https://3starlearningexperiences.word…

Arkadiusz Siechowicz – The CEO of Gamehilll – Gamified learning platform and founder and partner in Westhill Consulting – which provides services in areas of trainings and strategic/organisational consulting. He has been supporting development of people and organisations for more than 15 years. Gamfication evangelist with vast experience and two international awards from London and Amsterdam to prove the quality of it. An expert in areas of strategic/organisational consulting, including personnel management.

See more at http://www.westhill.pl and http://www.gamehill.pl

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