Today’s learner wants individualized training, and wants it to be accessible, immediate and relevant. In a “24/7” world, people are constantly online – constantly connected to a device and close to an access point. We don’t want to wait because we don’t need to wait. Training can happen when we have the time, which can be at any time.
As social creatures, humans are always looking to socialize in new ways. The same can be said about training in the workplace. It has to be short, sharp, and relevant… and also interactive and collaborative. Devices, be it an iPad or smartphone, are made available to us daily in our personal lives. Companies are now harnessing the power of that technology to improve learning.
Preview this report as it explores:
- Top priorities in learning
- Disruptive Learning Strategies such as Virtual Reality and Mobile Learning
- Experience Application Programming Interface (XAPI)
- Preparing for the years ahead
At the 19th Chief Learning Officer Exchange, thought-leaders from the world's top enterprises will explore how you are evolving learning and development to drive business transformation.
2019 Key Themes Include:
- Identifying and tracking the metrics that matter
- Modernizing learning & development
- Identifying candidates to build a leadership pipeline
- Increasing engagement with the right content at the right time
- Skillproofing your workforce
Learn from CLOs who are sharpening the tools in their tool-box to deal with these challenges - those who are redefining what success looks like by throwing away outdated methods and embracing cutting-edge technology that places just-in-time training in employee workflow.
See what's in-store for the exciting 19th edition of the CLO Exchange by downloading your copy of the 2019 Agenda here >>
Great news! IQPC Exchange is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP℠ or SHRM-SCP℠.
For Peggy Huck, diversity and inclusion is more than just another L&D trend to keep up with... it's the foundation of culture at Universal Music Group, and it's an essential ingredient to organizational success.
In our latest CLO Exchange Series Q&A, you'll gain an inside look at how the SVP of Human Resources has helped UMG grow their profits by developing a diverse workforce. Learn about her many successful D&I programs, how their success is measured, her advice for fellow L&D leaders, and much more.
Don't miss Peggy as she discusses this topic alongside the AVP of Leadership and D&I of LPL Financial during their fireside chat at the 19th CLO Exchange.
Interested in learning more about Sponsorship Opportunities for the 19th Chief Learning Officer Exchange? Get an introduction to our Exchange model, see some of the options we offer, and learn why this is a wise investment all in one place: the 2019 Sponsorship Prospectus.
In this video interview, General Motors Center of Learning Global Director Chris Bower discusses creating an evidence-based approach to learning.
Ahead of the last edition of the Chief Learning Officer Exchange in August, we sat down with Delta Air Lines' Director of Learning, Brandon Carson, to discuss the organization's journey towards digital transformation, his role and experience, and where he sees learning & development heading in the near future.
In this exclusive interview with Elden Maxwell, VP of Talent Development & Management at Ancestry.com, he breaks down why millennial leadership development is different from past generations, how his organization is leading by example, and much more.
Want to hear more from Elden on this topic?
Join him for his session on Day 1 of the 19th Chief Learning Officer Exchange, taking place December 9-11 at the Omni Resort in San Diego, CA.
Still not sure how the Exchange format is different from your average industry conference? Download this free PDF to explore the unique benefits including personalized agendas, capped attendance, and much more!
In this collaborative report with the HR Exchange Network, we take a deep dive with top industry leaders into why (and how) the learning culture has become the lifeline of a successful business.
- Mary Andereck - Interim CLO, Parkland Health and Hospital System
- Dan Hill - CLO, AAA - The Auto Club
- Casper Moerk - Head of Learning Technology & Digitalization, Siemens
- Terence Morley - Director of Talent Development, NBC Universal
- Maxanne Whitehead - Senior Learning Designer, Walmart eCommerce
Eager to discuss strategy and benchmark solutions with thought-leaders like these? Request your invitation to the 2019 Chief Learning Officer Exchange today!
In preparation for her session at the 3rd CLO Exchange Canada, we had the opportunity to sit down with Stephanie MacNeil, the VP of Learning Design & Development at Citi Canada.
In this exclusive Q&A, Stephanie gets real about the challenges of digital disruption in HR, how she overcame them, and what others can do to adapt and thrive in the constantly evolving future workforce.
In preparation for the 2018 CLO Exchange, we had a chance to ask Mary Farrell, Director of Learning and Development at Hershey's, about her Multimodal learning strategy and find out where she sees L&D headed in the near future.
In the wake of rapid digital disruption and a growing skills gap, organizations are looking at Chief Learning Officers to provide a seamless cultural and educational transition into this new era. In this infographic, we break down why this shift is happening, where L&D technology is headed, and what this means for the future of work.
Discuss the Future of Work with L&D Peers:
This December will mark our 19th edition of the CLO Exchange, giving practitioners an unparalleled opportunity to discuss their latest challenges in creating an ideal employee learning experience, covering topics from leadership development to digital transformation, and how each of these tie into the Learning culture of the future.
In preparation for the 15th CLO Exchange, we got a chance to ask Judy Dutton a few questions about her L&D expertise and what attendees will learn from her session.