The Future of Work and Learning
The Future of Work and Learning:
Designing creative co-learning environments in our workplaces and learning institutions to build capacity for complexity and change.
The world is changing at an ever faster rate. Volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity are hallmarks of the way we live and work presently. Learning to learn together will be key to how we co-create and co-design a future that is both bright and different.
The ability to co-learn in a way that is immersive and experience-based will lead to more creativity and innovation and will be central to how we make a difference to our customers, stakeholders and the community.
Join us for an evening of co-learning as we:
- explore the mindsets and capabilities required to build future-ready people, leaders and organisations
- offer insights into where the future of work and learning are converging
- consider why co-learning is critical for every aspect of work and life.
Ramon Marmolejos – a learning designer, facilitator and strategy consultant with a passion for developing people and organisations. Ramon facilitates learning design with Kaospilot and works with clients around social innovation as co-founder of Emzingo Group and Alkimia Learning.
Mathilda Joubert - an educator and researcher with a passion for creativity, innovation and learning. She is an experienced innovator having worked with a number of governments. She was previously an Innovation Consultant with Fortune 500 companies like Unilever, Diageo, Phillips and Coca-Cola. Mathilda is currently working with FORM WA and the WA Department of Education to evaluate the Creative Schools Program.
Gitte Heij - a futurist with a passion for education. She applies strategic foresight in helping people and organisations to understand the importance of innovating education. She works with governments as well as with a number of universities teaching and doing collaborative research on futures studies.
Arrive at 5.00pm for a 5.30pm start. Please allow plenty of time to get to the venue. Traffic is likely to be heavy at that time of the day. Parking is available next to The Goods Shed.
The Goods Shed is also easily accessible via train and is located right next to the Claremont Train Station.
This event is a prelude for the Perth 3-day Kaospilot masterclass scheduled for September 10 - 12, 2019 at The Goods Shed.
Register on Eventbrite.