I have known Brandon via Social Media for about 8 years now. This video interview however was the first time we have chatted one-to-one, F2F (virtually).
Adapted from LinkedIn…
Brandon is the author of “Learning in the Age of Immediacy: 5 Factors for How We Connect, Communicate, and Get Work Done” from ATD Press.
He is an award winning, innovative and highly focused leader with a progressive track record of learning strategy and execution.
• Extensive experience developing global learning strategies and curriculum design and planning
• Experienced leadership in global employee and customer training organizations
• Experience leading internal and external global teams, both local and remote
He holds an M.Ed. in eLearning Technology and Design and a B.A. in Business Communications as well as advanced ISPI certification in Analysis.
Brandon resides in Atlanta, GA.
Specialties: learning strategy, learning technology, instructional design, digital transformation, leadership, sales and technical training, corporate learning implementation, adult education application and theory, learning standards, game based learning.
The HPT Video
This video is 104:49 minutes in length.
We’re in a new era of learning, one in which learners expect information to be available anywhere and anytime. How do you make sure your learning experiences keep up with the pace of workplace transformation?
In Learning in the Age of Immediacy: 5 Factors for How We Connect, Communicate, and Get Work Done, learning strategist Brandon Carson argues that five edge technologies (augmented reality and virtual reality, the cloud, mobile, big data, and the Internet of Everything) are transforming the modern workplace, requiring new learning methods to empower the modern worker.
Through real-world case studies and interviews with industry experts and business leaders, he shows how these technologies affect training’s design, delivery, and evaluation.
He also provides practical advice to integrate the five factors into your learning strategy, helping you answer important questions along the way: What will the workforce you support look like in the next several years? How will you provide in-the-moment learning for the streaming economy the cloud has introduced? Do you have a mobile learning strategy? (You should). And how will you use the emerging practice of data science to provide evidence of training’s value to the business?
The stakes are high, and these factors could be the difference between achieving measurable results or driving your learners to seek solutions elsewhere. Use Learning in the Age of Immediacy to create a learning plan that will serve your workforce now and in the future!
See the book at Amazon – here.