Since Intel implemented its current LMS in 2007, the learning and development landscape has changed dramatically. Learners are setting the bar high for how they learn at work, taking their cues from their experiences outside of work. They expect to learn in many different ways and have that learning delivered via a variety of methods that suit those expectations and preferences. According to articles like Fast Company’s “Moving Toward 2020: The Learning Decade” (March 2011), learning is being viewed as a key business differentiator. Industry forces, technology shifts, and organic learner experiences are driving the need to establish a long-term L&D strategy that provides an enhanced experience for learners. With that in mind, Intel established a multi-year L&D technology vision and strategy that encompasses business-centric capabilities (applications and tools) and strong learner-centric goals.
Participants in this case-study session will learn about Intel’s approach to developing a business-centric multi-year vision and strategy for its learning and development capabilities and enabling technology. You’ll also learn the key drivers that shaped Intel’s multi-year learning and development technology vision, strategy, and roadmap.
In this session, you will learn:
- An introduction to Intel’s learning and development’s planning cycle
- Where we are now, and lessons learned
- The key drivers that shaped Intel’s multi-year learning and development’s technology vision, strategy, and roadmap.
Novice-to-advanced project managers, managers, and strategic planners.
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