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Thoughts on Hybrid: If Not Now, When?

Eric Stoller
September 23, 2022

Thoughts on Hybrid: If Not Now, When?

Keynote presentation given at the EFMD EOCCS Learning Community Symposium in Oslo, Norway.

Eric Stoller

September 23, 2022
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  1. Thoughts on Hybrid
    If not now, when?
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  2. #EFMDEOCCS
    Hallo
    🇳🇱 🇬🇧 🇺🇸 👋 @EricStoller

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  3. @EricStoller #EFMDEOCCS
    What is hybrid?

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  8. How did the pandemic change
    your mind about hybrid?
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  9. @EricStoller #EFMDEOCCS
    That is the view of the UK’s
    fi
    rst professor of hybrid learning, digital innovation expert
    Simon Thomson, who has been appointed by the University of Manchester to help
    oversee the institution’s development of a new
    fl
    exible learning strategy and carry out
    further practice-based research in this area.

    He argued that the creation of the post showed that hybrid and blended learning should
    be seen as a legitimate area of academic study as well as a strategy for education and
    hoped to use it to work with sta
    ff
    and students across the institution to develop
    experiences that are designed to work across in-person and online teaching.

    The new hybrid o
    ff
    ering may well end up being very
    di
    ff
    erent from the version most students experienced
    during the pandemic years, because this was reactive to
    the unique circumstances, not designed, which has caused
    many of the issues and concerns that have arisen since,
    according to Professor Thomson.

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  10. My
    fi
    rst cold call happened during a Leadership and Organizational Behavior (LEAD) class my
    fi
    rst year.
    We were discussing the case “Erik Petersen (A),” which is about the problems a recent MBA graduate
    faces in his job as a general manager of a mobile cellular company owned by a parent corporation. I had
    spoken up and participated in previous classes, so I did not anticipate being cold-called. But as always,
    it comes when you least expect it. We were still attending classes remotely, and as I opened the Zoom
    link on my screen and was joining the class, I was asked to start o
    ff
    the discussion.

    Being cold called on Zoom was a bit
    unconventional, but it was also a great experience.
    In a virtual classroom setting, you are in the comfort
    of your own home but you still have 72 classmates
    and a professor staring at you through a screen.

    Since my
    fi
    rst cold call, I have seen a massive di
    ff
    erence in how I respond. This will be useful later in life
    when I’m unexpectedly asked for my opinion and can deliver a clear and concise message. Being
    caught o
    ff
    guard shouldn’t mean that you can’t summarize what you want to say e
    ff
    ectively and
    immediately.

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  11. Are you already hybrid?
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  12. An o
    ff i
    ce within the Division of Digital Learning, the center “is all
    about removing obstacles from the path of our faculty who teach
    online and blended courses.”

    The team of 100 full- and part-time sta
    ff
    members includes instructional designers,
    professional video producers, technical
    support sta
    ff
    and graphic designers.

    The UCF center is just one example of how universities are
    building up o
    ffi
    ces of digital learning to equip faculty with the
    tools and technologies they need to deliver course materials
    e
    ff
    ectively in an increasingly hybrid learning environment.

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  13. Each reimagined classroom was out
    fi
    tted with three 85-inch displays
    on the back wall, a new cubby for two 4K cameras, 45 new
    components in the technology closet, a simultaneous overhaul of the
    HVAC systems for improved
    fi
    ltration and air
    fl
    ow, and modi
    fi
    cations
    for safety and social distancing. - HBS

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  14. @EricStoller #EFMDEOCCS
    Business education at Ivy League institutions has
    largely been de
    fi
    ned by in-person courses and
    strong networking, two elements that don’t
    necessarily translate to an online experience. 


    However, the Wharton School of the University of
    Pennsylvania is breaking rank, becoming the
    fi
    rst Ivy
    League school to launch a hybrid (25% in-person
    and 75% online) executive MBA program.

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  15. What are your biggest obstacles
    to hybrid delivery?
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  16. What are the positive outcomes
    of hybrid delivery?
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  17. Work is…


    • remote


    • asynchronous


    • variable
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  23. Thank you!
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