Monday, September 17, 2012, 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM (Eastern Time (US & Canada))
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This session looks at the reinvention of General Electric’s global leadership education center in Crotonville, NY, as it seeks to remain the vanguard of business education. This process involves recasting GE’s training content (curriculum), experience (delivery and learning), and environment (facilities) as an integrated whole, requiring a bold move away from rote learning towards “experiential and trigger learning.” This shift requires a mix of highly diverse spaces, many from outside the realm of business education, and tackles issues such as excessive technology saturation, creating human connections, and crafting experiences that can fundamentally change worldviews. View all CAE webinar resources.
In this session you will:
- Explore how large and complicated corporations approach curriculum development and leadership training in a global context
- Learn about the advantages that come from the simultaneous examination of content, experience and environment
- Learn about innovative education strategies such as experience- and trigger-based learning
- Explore how buildings can support changing curriculums and yield new possibilities.
Presenter: David Levo, Senior Associate, Perkins Eastman, New York, NY
Host: Stu Pettitt, AIA, CAE Corporate Learning Subcommittee Member
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