Dr. Paige Williams discusses the importance of heart-led leadership in today’s VUCA world. She emphasizes balancing commercial needs with people’s well-being in organizations, advocating for continuous learning and creating safe spaces for growth and empowerment in the face of change.
Dr Rick Ede shares his insights and lessons learned having been at the helm of Unitec in New Zealand for almost a decade. He speaks about Unitec’s approach to remain competitive and his thoughts on leveraging technology for pedagogical and product renewal, and Unitec’s Living Job Initiative.
Dr David Parsons speaks about The Mind Lab and its focus on building digital literacy and critical knowledge creation skills. He talks about how Unitec is leveraging cultural diversity in their digital learning experience, being a change agent for teachers to undertake postgrad study in digital and collaborative learning, and much more.
Intersective’s Co-CEO and COO/CFO share why they invest their time into a relationship with EduGrowth supporting edtech startups, the work they’re doing in creating opportunity through experiential learning, and their own startup story.
Maria Spies shares her insights on how EdTechs are reimagining education, current innovations and trends, Australia’s VET sector today, and disruptive companies offering short, intensive skills-based programs that are tied explicitly to workplace readiness.
Lucy Schulz talks about the initiatives and uniqueness of the Cloud Campus, using Future Learn as the MOOC platform, the challenges of online education, digital credentialing and their newly launched ‘Masters in Professional Practice’.
Siva Navaratnam talks about his approach to creating engagement and interest in a dry topic like risk management, ANZ Bank’s digital strategy and engaging with disruptive players like partnering with Apple on Apple Pay, and embracing agile and design thinking.
Mark Robertson discusses why the current LMS’s are not cutting it, the features of next-gen digital learning platforms and benefits to learners, and the deeper cultural and organisational challenges that educational leaders need to address.
Peter Kilcoyne speaks about the Blended Learning Consortium, its benefits to members, how college partnerships can improve the quality of educational outcomes, and best practice insights on the deployment of knowledge sharing channels and tools.
Dror Ben-Naim talks about Smart Sparrow’s beginning as an LMS and its evolution to an adaptive learning and courseware development platform. We discuss the company’s collaboration with universities, education consortiums and edtech incubators to develop better learning experiences, and advice for edtech entrepreneurs.