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Boston University - Digital Business Series
The Digital Business Series provides enterprise learners authoritative, curated content from leading experts at Boston University, Questrom School of Business. Upon completion of each engaging, self-paced course, learners may claim a Boston University branded Acclaim digital badge. Acclaim open-badges are web-enabled versions of a credential, certification or learning outcome.
- Digital Transformation Strategy
- Digital Leadership
- Digital Business Analytics
- Digital Platform Strategy
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Hugo’s Journey: The Future of Learning
Hugo’s Journey documents the personal workforce transformation of a 20-year network engineer veteran looking to become a contemporary cloud architect. This video cites powerful studies focused on the skills required for the future of work and follows Hugo through four key stages of his journey: 1) social learning, 2) AI-powered curation, 3) collaboration in the lab, and 4) improving interpersonal skills.
Leveraging AI for Good
How do we leverage AI’s massive potential to help individuals improve? The answer may be found at the intersection of a person’s “Code Halo” (according to Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work) and AI-powered LXPs (Learning Experience Platforms). LXPs have begun to contextualize learning based on individual preferences, behavior, background, interests and skills. Thereby, tapping into the immense potential of each learner’s Code Halo … for good
2019 ASU + GSV Summit
Day 2 is always the best at ASU+GSV … and this year was no exception. As a big fan of Top 10 Lists, I was inspired by Laszlo Bock‘s Work Rules: 1) give your work meaning, 2) be frugal and generous, and 3) always nudge. Speaking of lists, thank you to Kami Viswanathan, Shravan Goli, and Mayank Kumar for presenting the three greatest learning and re-skilling opportunities in India: 1) Lifelong Learning, 2) Engagement Platforms, and 3) Mobile Applications. And, consider this scale – 1 Million people entering the workforce every month! Looking forward to Day 3.
2019: Future Workplace Summit - Top 10 List
Inspired by the Future Workplace Summit, I have summarized the Summit’s BIG ideas into a Letterman-esque “Top 10 List”. Thanks again to Questrom School of Business, Boston University for hosting the Summit, to Future Workplace for their continuous efforts to foster “Networks of Innovation”, and to all who contributed to this amazing brain-share including Ben Pring, Jeanne C Meister, N. Venkat Venkatraman, Jennifer Sullivan, Rachel McCarthy, Andrea Hough, Andrew Shatte’, Lou Tedrick, Pete Beck, and KEVIN MULCAHY.
2019 Corporate Learning Week - Diversity & Inclusion
Mike Pino from Cognizant is a true champion for #diversityandinclusion. His recent presentation at Corporate Learning Week is just one example. What sets Mike apart from the rest is his ability to drive change, adoption, and acceleration through innovation. Thanks to his leadership, Cognizant is setting the bar for corporations seeking to increase the productivity and skills of their global workforce.
The Illusion of Choice
The Matrix taught us many lessons: Kung Fu is cool, humans make great batteries, and if left unchecked, AI will take over the world. But, probably the most impressive lesson of all is the power of choice when it comes to behavior change and the human psyche.