How does a performance-driven company like Baker Hughes use learning content as a strategy to drive business impact?
Content strategy can mean different things to different people but the reasons for it rarely vary; to give the learner just what they need, when they need it and to maximize ROI from the content creation effort. In this rare opportunity, Jennifer Rogers, global content development manager at Baker Hughes Talent Management Center of Excellence, will share how training and development is leading the organization to shared content management in order to sustain a culture of constant learning and business success.
David Mallon, Head of Research at Bersin by Deloitte, interviews Michael Miller, Process and Standards Supervisor at Caterpillar, Inc. to learn how Content Strategy is driving Caterpillar’s drive to personalized learning and transforming how their dealer technicians will learn and demonstrate competency and skills in the future.
If you were born in the last 50 years and went to college, then you have probably used content and services from The Princeton Review at least once. Michael Bleyhl, VP, Product Technology of The Princeton Review discusses their unique business challenges, solution design, key integration strategies as well as his vision for the future of personalized online learning. He is joined by Mark Hellinger, CEO of Xyleme.
How do you get 5 course developers to do the work of an army? In this session, Emily Duensing, Sr. Manager of Curriculum Development and Andy Nivison, VP of Customer Education at Information Builders, share how single-sourcing has transformed the way they author, publish and deliver critical learning content to their customers.
Learning is the engine that drives performance, so why is it that we can’t link the training we provide to performance? Join Michael Rochelle, Chief Strategy Officer at the Brandon Hall Group, as he shows you how to apply the same “Google” content metrics the rest of the business uses to your own training content.
L&D organizations are tasked with delivering mobile learning now. Most are meeting this demand with limited success. The Xyleme Learning Content Management platform delivers a simple ‘Author + Publish’ approach with responsive publishing templates.
L&D organizations are tasked with delivering mobile learning now. Most are meeting this demand with limited success. Simply shrinking desktop e-learning onto a smartphone or tablet doesn't provided the learner with the mobile experience they desire. Hear product experts, Monica Kraft and Ramon Guiu of Xyleme, share real-world examples of responsive e-learning.
Today, there are significant gaps when it comes to optimally using on-demand, just-in-time, informal learning. Why is that? And, why is just-in-time learning taking a backseat to formal course development, especially when the ROI benefits suggest so much upside potential?
According to Brandon Hall Group's Effective Employee Development Survey, 85% of organizations use some sort of performance support tools to facilitate on-the-job training, yet for many of these organizations, their tools are still tethered to desktops, binders or paper job aids. With today's workforce more mobile than ever and learning content changing daily, mobile performance support can provide a real answer to many organizations for delivering personalized, moment-of-need information to their workforce and business partners. Over 46% of organizations have begun to use some level of mobile performance support, and Brandon Hall Group predicts this trend will only rise.
In this webinar, David Mallon, VP of Research at Bersin by Deloitte, will dive into the evolving nature of learning content and share findings from Bersin’s recent High Impact Learning Organization report. Joining David will be Michael Miller, Process and Standards Supervisor at Caterpillar, Inc. Together they will discuss how eLearning has become a small part of the larger pie that now includes the delivery of contextual-based content at the right time and in the right format to drive performance outcomes. Key takeaways for Senior Learning & Talent executives will include the methodologies used by HILOs to build a sustainable content strategy that helps companies solve business and operational problems.