Metro Group will be hosting the EFMD Sharing Best Practice workshop in BarCamp style with three parallel tracks focusing on selected dimensions of current learning transformation initiatives. The SBP workshop should
Metro Group will be hosting the EFMD Sharing Best Practice workshop in BarCamp style with three parallel tracks focusing on selected dimensions of current learning transformation initiatives.
The SBP workshop should be highly interesting for learning leaders and specialists by offering practical insights and live cases for how to deal with two ongoing challenges of contemporary learning & development functions. Participants are invited to present their own experiences. In case of interest in presenting, please contact Shanshan Ge at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This workshop is by invitation only and is dedicated to corporate learning and corporate HR practitioners from companies. Free of charge for EFMD member companies and special guests (special guest = ONE free seat to attend ONE workshop for discovery for non-members).
Thursday 26 March
19:30 – 22:00
Friday 27 March
08:30 – 09:00
Arrival & Registration
09:00 – 09:15
- Christian Rippl, Director House of Learning, Metro AG
- Martin Moehrle, Director Corporate Services, EFMD
09:15 – 10:15
Introduction by Metro / Structure of the Day / Group Introduction
10:15 – 10:30
10:30 – 11:30
BarCamp Session 1 (3 Tracks in parallel)
11:30 – 12:30
BarCamp Session 2 (3 Tracks in parallel)
12:30 – 13:30
13:30 – 14:30
BarCamp Session 3 (3 Tracks in parallel)
14:30 – 15:30
BarCamp Session 4 (3 Tracks in parallel)
15:30 – 16:00
Summary & Round Robin of 3 Tracks
16:00 – 16:30
Wrap up and closing
End of BarCamp
Metro Group will kick off both tracks by sharing their experience and examples of best practice:
- Track 1: Managing global learning in decentralised organisations
Depending on the industry and on respective forces for global integration and for local adaptation, we see various ways how learning in multinational companies can be organised. In this track, we will look at the role of the central learning team in intrinsically decentralised organisations and explore how to overcome the centralised-decentralised paradox in creating value as a central team.
Kick-off by Christian Rippl, Director House of Learning, METRO AG.
- Track 2: Measuring learning outcomes, not activities
Most learning functions report primarily on the volume of their activities despite the long-standing call for better learning analytics focusing on impact and value creation. In this track, we will discuss how to better measure outcomes, e.g. by defining learning objectives and setting how to measure them early in the design process and by using new tools and approaches.
Kick-off by Zlatka Radeva, Head of Finance and HR Academies, House of Learning, METRO AG
- Track 3: Boost employee ownership of learning & development
Integrating work and learning is a challenge for learning organisations. In addition to overcoming the technical hurdles to make learning resources available in the moment of need, another dimension will be highlighted: how to create eagerness and intrinsic motivation to engage in lifelong and ‘always on’, a growth mindset, understanding knowledge, skills and competencies as means of personal branding and employability, to shine in front of the customer and outperform competition. Ultimately to share own expertise via user-generated platforms or other means.
Kick-off by Gonzalo Ramon Relazon, Head of Operations Academy, House of Learning, METRO AG
(Friday) 08:30 - 16:30 CET
METRO International Learning Campus
Am Albertussee 1 DE - 40549 Düsseldorf