Why Today’s Training Methods are Failing

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    This episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast features an interview with Matt Beane, an assistant professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a digital fellow with Stanford’s Digital Economy Lab and MIT’s Institute for Digital Economy. He studies the future of work and explores how new technologies like robots and AI are shaping the skill development and training in various industries.

    Key Takeaways

    * Traditional skill development is becoming obsolete due to advanced technologies, impacting hands-on experience across various industries.
    * Intelligent systems enable experts to work independently, disrupting the apprenticeship model.
    * Organizations must adapt training methods to ensure practical skill acquisition by creating structured learning environments where novices engage with new technologies.

    Questions I Ask Matt Beane

    * What led you to study the field of master-taught lost skills in the workplace?
    * Can you tell us about some of the other industries that your learnings apply to?
    * How did industries respond to your goals and recommendations?

    More About Matt Beane

    * Connect with Matt Beane on LinkedIn
    * Visit his Website
    * Read the first chapter of The Skill Code

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