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Join Nintex experts Keiran Coughlan and Luke Richardson as they discuss how Corporate Learning benefits from a process culture, applying governance to content ensuring it stays relevant to modern organisations. With the speed of change of business in today’s ‘new normal’ how do you ensure your teams are consuming the right content at the right time? All too quickly content in Learning Management Systems can become outdated as business processes change to accommodate changes to the way we work, such as remote work forces where we’re all working from home. Staff may need to learn different processes or change how they interact with other teams due to the remote nature. Allocating content ownerships with regular reviews is one way of ensuring content remains fresh and relevant, but how do you manage the volume of content that people need to consume?
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In today’s environment, Learning and Development departments are facing a challenge. Sudden business changes, cost of travel and sustainability are factors creating greater pressure to deliver training online. 17% of all formal learning hours are now delivered as real-time distance learning classes and there is a growing trend towards instructor-led, virtual classrooms. When offering virtual classroom learning, it is of major importance to avoid the trap of one-way communication if you don’t want to lose your students’ engagement.
In this session you will learn how Barco University transformed it’s learning program & choose a virtual classroom technology that enabled them to deliver an experience close to an in-classroom experience, while saving cost, supporting business changes & be more sustainable.
Digital transformation has led to a rapid proliferation of software applications in enterprises. On average, an employee interacts with at least 14 applications on a daily basis to get his/her work done. This has gradually led to 'technostress' and more importantly, a widening technology skill gap. According to Gartner, almost 60% of L&D leaders believe that this skill gap is growing. The key question facing the L&D community today is this - How do I minimize the frustration caused by too much technology and bridge the skill gap?
Join Arijeet Das Diengdoh,Senior Manager, EMEA at Whatfix, talk about how you can offer an immersive learning experience and bridge the employee skill gap through adaptive learning.
In today’s unprecedented environment, it is an ever-growing reality that organisations are tasked with identifying ways of digitally transforming their learning and reviewing how an innovative learning culture and continuous learning means employees are more likely to stay engaged. Onboarding plays a substantial role in helping employees learn the ins and outs of your product or service offering as an organisation and discover the real value you provide. Domino’s Pizza have adopted needs to individuals from standardised approaches and supported virtual onboarding with the spike in recruitment and intake during the COVID-19 pandemic. This session will address:
Traditional L&D solutions assume that work is stable and predictable. Learning focusses on transferring best practices or adoption of standard operating procedures. Good training enables the workforce to get quality work done in the most efficiently way with minimal risks. When change is constant, the world of work has changed. The workforce need to learn to “do the thing right” and also be able to explore, innovate, challenge status quo and flex in unfamiliar situations. Empowering a workforce with learning agility, that can continuously learn and unlearn in the flow of work becomes critical. How should training look like in this new world? Do L&D need to unlearn ourselves?
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