I recently sat down to talk tech with Mark Chrisman, senior learning technology consultant of Swedish Medical Center. The open space in which we sat was full of activity and energy, much like the learning and training happening at Swedish.
Mark and I discuss how Swedish Medical Center is implementing various methods to improve engagement and accessibility for employees, including clinical staff. By leveraging QR codes in the classroom and as part of eLearning, learners can use mobile devices to supplement and extend their training.
Mark also tells us how Swedish has been jumping on social media sites to enhance collaboration and allow users to generate content.
I worked with Mark at T-Mobile and he always advocated using modern social approaches. Mark goes beyond bringing ideas to the table – he implements them. Mark does not think in terms of limitations.
Follow Mark on Twitter @badsquare.
Please make sure to check out my interview with Swedish’s Judy Hansen.
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