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The future of work and learning, Learning Ecosystems

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Working side by side with machines, ubiquitous AI, increasingly virtual worlds and harnessing the power of data is still not a daily bread for 93% of executives. Yet, they seem in no hurry to invest in technological innovations, optimisations and new ways of working that support the future of working and learning from a people-centric approach.


This masterclass will give you insights and a roadmap for the essential factors on which a nimble strategy is based. A learning strategy where the symbiosis between people and technology is the foundation for continuous improvement to survive as an organisation in an ever faster changing world.


Value and expected outcomes


  • The importance of treating problems as opportunities for future-oriented growth

  • The added value of stakeholder engagement to successfully implement innovation

  • How to become more human in a world that becomes more digital

  • Understanding the speed of innovation, that when viewed through the eyes of children, has overtaken us on several occasions

  • Insights into the future of work and how innovation is necessary to remain attractive as an employer

  • Implementable projects are the outcome of this hands-on masterclass that kick-start continuous growth through learning.


"A session that makes us think beyond the limits and invites us to break down barriers and be visionary and creative"


What is covered


  • Based on the international awarded book Learning Ecosystems; creating innovative, lean and tech-driven learning strategies

  • The future of work, learning and value-driven organisations

  • Data analytics in a world where human-machine symbiosis is a reality

  • Innovative technologies and cases successfully implemented by start-ups, learning organisations and multinationals.

  • The Learning Maturity Model and the impact of Lean learning and AI to achieve Learning Ecosystems

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About 

Katja Schipperheijn is an internationally recognised author, strategist, futurist, lecturer and keynote speaker. Her expertise focuses on AI and pioneering innovations that create a human-machine symbiosis to enable learning ecosystems to flourish. In doing so, she advocates adopting a learning mindset at the personal, team and corporate levels not to become overwhelmed, but to thrive and sustainably shape the future itself.


Her provocative ideas challenge traditional dogmas and offer fresh perspectives. Sheinspires everyone to adapt and embrace learning before they suffer irreversible damage because AI and other innovations are already pervasive. They are affecting organisations and their employees with unprecedented speed. To incite change, she does not shy away from hypes and discusses the impact of what now seem futuristic, such as Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) or hyper-realistic avatars that make deepfaking a child's play.


Katja explores the intersection of technology and humanity and its impact on our society. For example, she looks at how competences such as imagination, curiosity and consilience play a role. She explores the similarities between neuroscience and computer science to optimise the learning of both human and artificial intelligence. Human connection is paramount in shaping the future of work, which is why she often draws her inspiration from the future as seen through the eyes of children.


Katja's keynote speeches are therefore engaging and inspiring for a very diverse audience. Often, her keynotes are the starting  point for a future readiness workshop and a continuous improvement project.


Besides advising governments, multinationals, educational institutions and start-ups, Katja is also a philanthropist as founder of sCooledu and author of Little Digital Citizens (Dutch 2018). More than 15,000 children have already participated in her workshops on the future and the increasingly virtual world. This shows her commitment to social responsibility and the importance of promoting digital literacy among young people. By booking Katja for an event, you not only get valuable insights but also support a good cause.


As an author, Katja achieved international recognition with her book Learning Ecosystems (2023) finalist best international business books in London and included in the Top 100 best

international business books by the eLearning Journal in Germany. This book will therefore be available in several languages including Arabic during 2024.

2024 will also see the release of her latest book. The Learning Mindset: Combining human competencies with technology to thrive.

Katja Schipperheijn

Author, learning strategist and keynote speaker with a passion for continuous improvement through human-centred innovations that support learning

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