Tweetchat on L&D imperatives to fuel the next frontier of growth
Technology has disrupted the traditional employee training models, but experts predict it is only for the better. Corporate learning has now moved on to next-generation learning management systems, learning experience platforms, microlearning platforms, MOOC33 and program management systems, and a new set of virtual reality and assessment tools. Trends like gamification and byte-sized learning are redefining the learning strategy of organizations.
To be able to stay ahead of the curve, it is imperative that organizations change the rules of the game with innovative and disruptive L&D strategies. But what are these rules? How can organizations use technology to bring about changes in their learning culture, to develop new capabilities that will drive growth?
With People Matters L&D Conference 2018 around the corner, global leaders came together to answer these questions and discussed the key priorities for learning amidst a slew of new technologies and changing business models.
Here is a sneak peak of what the panel of expert leaders had to say:
What are the key changes that will impact learning at the workplace in the future?
What are the biggest dilemmas of learning leaders in a disrupted world?
Amidst a workplace marked by constant disruptions, how can L&D leaders shift the conversation to lifelong learning?
How can organizations employ technology and a digital culture to support the learning and development of employees to fuel growth for businesses of the future?
With machines replacing repetitive tasks, how can L&D leaders design learning interventions to help the workforce adapt to this new world of work?
Know more about such trends at the People Matters Learning & Development Annual Conference 2018 on 23rd October. Register here.