The Future Experts: Life-long learners in innovative teams

talk – 20 min | Feb 2 – 16:00

This research focused on informal knowledge sharing between future technology, management and design experts. Learning what is needed to stay relevant and lead in a rapidly changing world.

In the knowledge economy, the organizational knowledge base is built on individuals constituting an important part of the organization’s advantage driving it to thrive in a volatile and competitive market. Success lies in the organization’s ability to use information in solving complex problems and innovation. For people operating in multidisciplinary innovative teams, there is a need to constantly adapt, thus, Life-Long Learning programs are a necessity.

Findings from this research in Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, illustrate that informal peer learning is the ‘magic’ enabling flow of new ideas and drive personal innovation, required for entering new fields of knowledge.

I’ll share key insights regarding two motivations of experts; Life-Long Learning to stay up to date with the ‘broad’ information, alongside skills practice through problem-solving tasks. There is a clear need for experienced professionals and experts during the experimentation, innovative process to continuously reach relevant content, through other people, effortlessly and anytime.

Tamar Yehezkel

Tamar Yehezkel
Product Designer

About the speaker

Tamar Yehezkel

Tamar Yehezkel

Product Designer
A product designer with experience of over 10 years, passionate about observing and learning from people’s behaviors, to create better products. Former lead UX/UI designer at Autodesk, where I planned and designed, collaboration and integration tools. I enjoy the mixture of Design-Tech and pushing boundaries, while working with multidisciplinary teams to solve complex problems. Based on my masters in design management and innovation, from Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, today, my main professional interests are the challenges of life-long learners, knowledge sharing and digital well-being experiences.

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