Designing With, Not For
Ann Yoachim, Director of Small Center for Collaborative Design, Tulane School of Architecture; Michael Orth, Communications Director, KPMG Business School
We visit the Small Center for Collaborative Design at Tulane’s School of Architecture, which brings together creative makers and doers. Learn how they advance community-driven ideas through collaboration, design, education, and scrappy problem-solving to accelerate innovation. In our next Innovation Chat, hear why KPMG has chosen to invest innovation dollars in designing a bricks-and-mortar center in Florida, and how its learner-centric design will foster not only learning, but co-creation, collaboration, innovation, and engagement.
Immersive TechLearn Lab
Maxime Ros, CEO, and Brandon Rosenthal, Vice President, US, Revinax; Steven Skiles, Senior Manager of Learning & Development, and Bill Shafer, Manager of Learning & Development, Samsung; Christian Gossan, Director, and Vaughan O'Leary, Manager, KPMG International; Steve Mahaley, Digital Learning Strategist, Red Fern; Additional Demos TBA
The value and impact of immersive technology for learners is promising, yet can seem complicated, costly, and overwhelming. The key is understanding what skills are needed to develop and implement this type of technology, as well as how it fits into the future of training. Get hands-on with several examples of VR, AR, and other immersive tech to experience the possibilities first hand. Demos include:
- KPMG: Experience how KPMG's Globerunner app moved learners from the challenge of engaging with passive, paper-based, dry content to an interactive, engaging and globally scaled learning experience. Discover how they have complemented scalable and cost-efficient digital experience with physical tournaments (including their World Cup). We are likely to run a small competition for participants, as part of their use of the app.
- Samsung: Learn how Samsung's internal learning team in the U.S. has been creating DYI interactive learning 360 VR videos for on-boarding U.S. employees and helping them better understand the broader Korea-based company and its culture.
- Revinax: Experience what it's like to be in the shoes of a mechanic or a surgeon, and how organizations use Revinax's method for training technical skills from the first-person point of view. Learn to better understand how to create VR content and different models for deploying it.
- Red Fern: Experience "Through My Eyes," the first virtual reality immersion designed to mitigate workplace discrimination. Learn how the unique properties of VR technologies are harnessed to deliver real-time feedback on unconscious bias in action – in the classroom.
Leadership Insights from a Police Officer, a Choreographer, and Horses
David Gaines, Senior Training Officer, New Orleans Police Department Mounted Unit; JoAnna Mendl Shaw, Choreographer and Artistic Director, The Equus Projects
Visit the New Orleans Mounted Patrol for a demonstration of horse and officer training, followed by an interactive workshop on “physical listening,” strategic thinking, and problem solving with JoAnna Mendl Shaw, a choreographer whose dance company includes equine and human performers. These examples of interspecies communication will provide deep lessons in personal awareness, innovation, learning, and leadership.
Innovating Teamwork Using Simulation
Mike Smith, Medical Director; Carl Tholen, Assistant VP of Undergraduate Medical Education; Natalie Wright, Simulation Specialist; Marisa Harness, Simulation Specialist, Ochsner Clinical Simulation and Patient Safety Center
At the multidisciplinary Ochsner Clinical Simulation and Patient Safety Center, experience how they apply high-fidelity human patient simulators to teach clinical skills to healthcare professionals in a safe, immersive environment, while promoting patient safety.
Changing Our Thinking: A Culinary Kick in the Seat of the Pants
Emily Schlag, Chef and Culinary Medicine Educator, Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine, Tulane University
We’ll not only visit Tulane’s Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine — the first teaching kitchen to be implemented at a medical school — but we’ll be cooking our dinner there! Discover how the center delivers hands-on culinary medicine training for medical students
Vaughan O'Leary, Manager, KPMG
Christian Gossan, Director, KPMG International
Emily Schlag, Chef and Culinary Medicine Educator, Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine, Tulane University School of Medicine
Steve Mahaley, Digital Learning Strategist, Red Fern
Ann Yoachim, Director of Small Center for Collaborative Design, Tulane School of Architecture
Michael Orth, Director of Communications, KPMG
Maxime Ros, CEO, Revinax
Steven Skiles, Senior Manager L&D, Samsung Electronics America
Brandon Rosenthal, Vice President U.S., Revinax
Bill Shafer, Multimedia Learning Manager, Samsung Electronics America
David Gaines, Senior Training Officer, New Orleans Police Department
JoAnna Mendl Shaw, Choreographer and Artistic Director, The Equus Projects
Mike Smith, Medical Director, Ochsner Clinical Simulation and Patient Safety Center
Carl Tholen, Assistant Vice President of Undergraduate Medical Education, Ochsner Clinical Simulation and Patient Safety Center
Natalie Wright, Simulation Specialist, Ochsner Clinical Simulation and Patient Safety Center
Marisa Harness, Simulation Specialist, Ochsner Clinical Simulation and Patient Safety Center