Skillaware at Social Business Forum: “Embarce Digital Disruption”
Skillaware, company of sedApta Group was one of the official sponsor at the Social Business Forum, held last 7-8 July 2015 in Milan.
The Social Business Forum is the leading international event organized by OpenKnowledge that this year counted more than 1000 participants. The main topics of the event were: employee empowerment, customer engagement and collaborative innovation.
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CEO of Skillaware presented the training and learning needs that technological disruption waves usually generate in people, asking for new pedagogical models and means to favor rapid up skilling and competency development of the engaged workforces. The speach covered how the new nexus of forces which today is generating the digital disruption are not only rapdily reshaping the skills and capabilities of users but also favoring new advancements in Learning Analytics, Performance Support and Business Process Management which may effectively improve traditional eLearning technologies and methodologies towards Skillaware, an innovative Process Performance Support solution and standards for the efficient on boarding and engagement of new digital workforces.This presentation also introduced the LACE Initiative by the European Commission (Learning Analytics Community Exchange, www.laceproject.eu) to promote the adoption of learning and performance support analytics for smarter training @ the workplace.
The President of the sedApta Group presented a leading Workplace Performance Support & Intelligence Platform provider. The presentation also demonstrated how new learning, business process improvement and technical documentation technologies and standards (e.g. BPMN 2.0, DITA, Tincan & Experience API) may interoperate to improve user engangement and guidance during the on boarding of workforces on new digital solutions and processes at the manufacturing and supply chain workplace (e.g. warehouse, ticketing and collaborative supply chain management) at the dawn of what many call the Fourth Industrial Revolution, that combining new cyberphysical settings with digital distruption, expected to change the manufacturing workplace in the next decade at a speed and pace unmet to date.