In-Person: 09.00-16.00 GMT / Online: 10.00 – 12.30 GMT
When organisational success requires the ability to sense and respond at speed to changes in the external environment, the capacity for learning at both the individual and organisational level is essential. Furthermore, success in developing a workforce that’s future-fit will require significant investment in reskilling, which requires both formal learning and the opportunity to practise new skills on-the-job. Developing a mindset of continuous learning and creating the supporting infrastructure to build the capabilities needed to execute the business strategy are critical deliverables for a future-focused learning function.
Corporate learning is becoming increasingly technology-driven. However, the critical challenge for learning functions remains how to align business and learning strategies so investment in learning is focused where it will have greatest impact on business outcomes. Technology alone will not get us where we need to be. This event and the accompanying research will explore future developments in this fast-changing field and consider how companies can apply the latest thinking to address critical business challenges and create a culture of learning.
- Explore how to harness the latest developments in corporate learning to support your business objectives
- Identify opportunities for increasing the effectiveness of investments in L&D in your organisation
- Use insights from leading organisations and discussions with peers to inform your organisation’s learning strategy.
Who is this Event for?
HR Directors and senior L&D and Talent specialists.
Adjunct Professor of Business Administration, Duke University
Tony O’Driscoll is a professor, speaker, author, and advisor whose engaging message emphasizes that the key digital-age differentiator is not technology, but people.
Tony has spent the bulk of his professional and academic career at the nexus of Business, Innovation, Technology and Learning, creating and implementing strategies that enable organizations to realize the full potential of their most valuable asset: Human Beings.
Dr. O’Driscoll’s current appointments as Adjunct Professor at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and the Pratt School of Engineering coupled with his role as Research Fellow at Duke Corporate Education afford him the unique opportunity to apply cutting-edge academic research to address increasingly complex business challenges.