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Matt Murphy

CM2106-R: Learning Futures: Investment Strategies, Trends, and Directions Revealed!

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Explain the challenges of training today's Autodesk product users
  • Identify the limitations of current training options and alternatives
  • Develop a plan and strategy for delivering effective personalized training for improved productivity
  • Determine measurable metrics for assessing the effectiveness of personalized training

Description

Description

Years ago, there were only 2 ways to become productive with Autodesk® software: you could go to a training class or hire a trainer to teach you. With cuts in companies' traditional training budgets, major corporations are shifting training resources away from costly traditional instructor-led training to cost-effective solutions. We are in the middle of a significant shift in instructional methods and delivery vehicles. This roundtable session reviews the broad spectrum of training options that are available, from traditional books and instructor-led classroom training to flipped classrooms using interactive eBooks, web-based synchronous and asynchronous videos, discussion forums, and even social media. If you are a leading-edge innovator, corporate training manager, trainer, industry consultant, or simply an Autodesk product user, join us in discussing trends and analyzing real-life successes and the challenges of maintaining your competitive edge by implementing diverse training solutions.

Target Audience

Target Audience

All Autodesk product users, project managers, principal, owners, educators, teachers, trainers, instructors and anyone who wants to explore new directions and alternate methods for developing effective personalized learning options for improved productivity on Autodesk products

Speakers

Speakers

Matt Murphy

Matt Murphy has been recognized by Autodesk since 1985 as a leader in providing professional training. He has served as an adviser and consultant to the training industry as Chair of the Autodesk Training Center Advisory Board (ATCAB) and Executive Committee (ATCEC), and has received numerous instructional awards, including the ATC Eastern Regional Instructor of the Year for 2004. Matt is a widely acclaimed top trainer and former featured columnist for Cadalyst and AUGIWorld magazines as well as the AutoCAD Exchange - Ask the Expert Series. As a 20-year veteran speaker at Autodesk University and the PowerTrack Manager for 2009, he was rated the top Autodesk University Speaker seven times including for a tutorial (2006), large lecture (2007) and PowerTrack session (2008 and 2009). Matt is the Director of Content Management and development for all CADLearning® products from 4D Technologies, helping create affordable training for Autodesk® software users.

Tags

Published

  • 2013
  • CM2106-R
  • AU Las Vegas

Industry

  • Education

Topics

  • CAD Management and IT