About the Session
We never want for information in everyday life. Have a problem? Just Google it away!
Unfortunately, everything changes when we go to work. The knowledge we need remains hidden in hierarchical silos and training materials. Employees are left to fend for themselves – often with negative results.
Let’s dig into the knowledge sharing behaviors that have become so commonplace in our daily lives and share specific tactics to activate these behaviors in the workplace. We will explore the role of technology and identify the capabilities that best enable user contribution. We will discuss proven methods for motivating employees to share what they know and seek out information to solve problems on their own. We will demonstrate how strategic curation can help your organization’s knowledge go viral.
- Learn how to apply real-world knowledge sharing behaviors in the workplace
- Discover how to motivate knowledge sharing at scale within your organization
- Understand how to leverage shared knowledge as the foundation of your organizational learning strategy
About the Speaker
JD Dillon is the Principal Learning Strategist with Axonify, where he works with an award-winning team to boost employee knowledge, organizational agility and business results for leading organizations through the application of modern learning practices and cutting-edge technology.
JD has spent his 20-year career designing and implementing learning and performance strategies for respected global organizations, including The Walt Disney Company, Kaplan, Brambles, and AMC Theatres. With his practical approach and unique ability to integrate science, technology, storytelling, and pure common sense, JD delivers modern solutions that enable employees and drive results.
JD is also the founder of LearnGeek, an independent practice that provides hands-on consultative and educational services to organizations that want to provide better learning and support for their employees.
JD is a popular conference speaker who is known for his high-energy, humor-filled delivery as well as his relatable stories and practical examples. He shares ongoing insights on his LearnGeek Blog and writes a monthly column for Learning Solutions Magazine titled ‘In Real Life.’