The creation of online learning communities through the redesign of an existing face-to-face program with the intention to extend engagement at the pre- and post-work stages.
Launched in early 2007, MentorNet was the first national mentoring program for women in business in Australia and the first to use the early Web2.0 technologies (blogs, wikis, social networks, webinars, photo-sharing and social bookmarking) to provide education and mentoring in an enriched technology enabled experience.
Strategy design: Anne Bartlett-Bragg Organisation: Post-graduate medical education college UX design: Ripple Effect Group team A provider of post-graduate medical education, The College, is responsible for the training and assessment of doctors to further their careers in a broad range of speciality fields. The College recognised that their educational offerings required a strategic review to enable…
In 2011, the Learning and Capabilities team at Queensland Rail engaged me and my team to develop a future of learning blueprint and a strategic learning framework to underpin their diagnostic and engagement with the organisation.