105 Making a Business Case for Next-Gen Learning
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Wednesday, March 16
How can you convince your organization that it makes business sense to buy all that expensive software and hardware and hire people with skillsets unfamiliar to the world of learning? Influencing stakeholders and leadership to adopt new learning technologies can be challenging, but it's a "must do" to keep your team relevant and your learning function up-to-date.
This interactive session provides you with a data-driven approach to help you showcase the financial benefits of bringing new technologies into corporate education. You will leave this session armed with the right data and strategies to take to your next discussion with your organization's leadership. You will also gain insight into tools and concepts you can use to calculate the financial benefits of innovation in learning, which can be used to gain leadership's support for acquiring new technologies and skillsets.
In this session, you will learn:
Senior Manager Corporate Learning
Juan Naranjo currently leads a team focused on Next-Gen Learning. Its objective is to blend the worlds of learning science and technology to advance the boundaries of what is possible in corporate education. His team has successfully deployed a POC for a Virtual Learning Assistant, an immersive VR course for field technicians, and the integration of the company’s LXP into the employees’ native tools. These achievements were possible thanks to his leadership in establishing an innovation ecosystem that propitiates the development, and accelerates the deployment, of new ideas. Juan has combined his knowledge of economics and management with the world of adult education to produce innovative solutions that allow organizations to assess the ROI of their L&D function. Since 1997, he has played an active role in the deployment of ground-breaking projects like the development of one of the world's first virtual universities and the creation of one of the first corporate digital-training programs in Latin America.