16 - 18 November, 2016
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Creative Culture and Self-Directed Learning:
How You and Your Organisation Can Power Ahead
Growing complexity and unpredictability in the world today require our society to be more creative in our approach – to look for viable solutions, to learn and apply knowledge and to be more productive overall.
Creation imagines a future one wants to go that is not in existence - yet. Creation is different from problem-solving. It is more than problem-solving, although elements of the latter exist in the former.
The process of creation typically follows a path of self-direction and collaboration. As a result, creation is powered by the self-directed learner; creation and self-directedness are intertwined. Self-direction propels the learner to uncover his gaps, gather knowledge and resources, plot the path ahead and work towards closing those gaps. The ability to identify gaps, apply learning and navigate to bridge the gaps is a sign of innovation. Collectively, the organisation or society becomes more creative.
Join us for another session of great sharing and amazing learning journey!
Date: 16 - 18 November 2016
Venue: Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
STADA 10% Discount Promotion Code:
Main Package - $1250.00
SIlver Package - $1650.00
Gold Package - $1900.00
*Price before discount
Prof John M. Keller
Creator of ARCS Model of Motivational Design
Esko Kilpi Ltd
Thinker on Value Creation and Human-Centricity in Digital Work Environments
Creator of Tin Can API
Prof Tsuneo Yamada
Informatics and Center for Open and Distance Education, The Open University of Japan
CASE STUDIES, BREAKOUT SESSION & EXPERT PANEL
Dr Gog Soon Joo
Chief Research Officer
Workforce Development Agency
Sport Analytics & Technology
Social Entrepreneur and Tech Enthusiast
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Asia
Prof Tan Seng Chee
Centre for Research and Development in Learning
Chief Learning Architect