The Future of Learning Experience
Accelerating technology change is affecting all industries – the way we adapt to that change is fundamental to a successful future. Learning is the key – for employees adapting to new ways of working, and to educators preparing students for an uncertain future.
The Future of Learning is an experience designed to:
- Raise awareness of the challenges and opportunities
- Highlight emergent learning technologies
- Examine how organisations are adapting for the future
- Turn insights into actions
- Ignite a community of action
Cross-pollinate, share expertise and bring business, government and education together for the future!
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Hamish Duff is a Director at Recalibrate Ltd – helping organisations to successfully take advantage of technology to transform the way they operate. This is achieved through independent review and analysis of technology strategy, developing roadmaps for change, establishing strong technology foundations and strategic positioning to thrive and survive in a world of rapid technology change.
Technology change is the greatest business threat of our age, but also potentially the most exciting opportunity – and Hamish specialises in helping businesses to understand their role in creating the future.
Hamish is a lifelong learner – with qualifications and experience across multiple disciplines, from science, to biotechnology, through to technology and business. He believes that we all need to learn and adapt if we are to thrive in the increasingly digital world we are entering – and we need to prepare both students of the future and existing employees for the change. He is currently a member of the Ministry of Education Technology Advisory Board.
Cheryl is a leadership futurist who sees exponential technologies as an opportunity to amplify our human characteristics. She loves challenging organisations to think differently in order to adapt to a rapidly changing and complex world. This world must consider equity, ethics and social impact as our preferred future.
Cheryl has been an award-winning principal and is involved in a number of strategic roles and foresight projects. This includes Grow Waitaha, a project supporting Christchurch schools through the change process. In 2017 Cheryl was a finalist in the Westpac Women of Influence Awards, in the Innovation and Science category.
She is currently a Board Chair of the NZ Brain Research Institute, Establishment Board Chair of Haeata Community Campus and serves as a trustee for Limitless and Food for Thought Trusts. Cheryl is a member of the Association of Professional Futurists and the World Future Society.