WEBINAR – Learning Transformation: What Every Enterprise Needs to Know to Be Ready
It’s 2018, and the world of Learning and Development is changing fast. Available technology allows HR and knowledge teams to improve the efficiency of training, apply more focus on business results, and provide a better learning experience. Let’s discuss how to apply this learning transformation to your organization.
Register for this webinar on Wed., Feb. 7 at 10a PT / 1p ET led by Ed Trolley, NIIT’s Senior Vice President of Consulting and Advisory Services and co-author of the best-selling book, Running Training Like A Business, to discuss learning transformation. He will talk about why transformation is important and offer up a transformation framework and set of “Must Dos”. In the end, you will hopefully conclude that “the view is worth the climb.”
Max Meadow, Managing Director of Consulting Services at EdCast, will join Ed to discuss some of today’s technology that is fueling learning transformation and what that means for your organization in 2018 and beyond.
Register for this exceptional webinar to discuss these concepts in more detail.
Edward Trolley is SVP of Consulting and Advisory Services for NIIT. He is widely recognized for having started the training outsourcing industry when he orchestrated the first comprehensive training outsourcing deal between DuPont and The Forum Corporation in 1993. He has orchestrated more comprehensive training outsourcing relationships than anyone on the planet.
Mr. Trolley is co-author of the book, Running Training Like A Business: Delivering Unmistakable Value, published by Berrett-Koehler. He is also a contributing author to three ASTD published books, Building Learning Capability Through Outsourcing, Lies About Learning and More Lies About Learning.
Max Meadow is the Managing Director of Consulting Services at EdCast.
Max has over 25 years of experience in delivering learning projects in a variety of industries and companies from medium-sized businesses to global enterprises. Max has over 6 years’ experience with research in the Human Capital space, serving as head of consulting for both Brandon Hall Group and Bersin & Associates. Prior to Brandon Hall Group, Max held senior positions in Slalom Consulting, Bersin (Bersin by Deloitte), Deloitte, Saba, and RWD Technologies (GP Strategies).