Sharing What Works

March 22 – 24, 2017 Orlando, FL

Register Now Includes:

ECO112 Moving Your Organization to Continuous Learning

10:45 AM - 11:45 AM Wednesday, March 22

Management and Strategy

International Center

For years, the learning and development field universally agreed on the value of a learning culture. L&D professionals believe that a learning culture will help people grow, develop, and support the transformational needs of the organization. However, people have traditionally spoken about learning culture in very binary terms: Either an organization has a learning culture or it has nothing at all. This is incorrect. Every organization has a learning culture at a varying level of maturity. Your responsibility is to identify where your organization is and where it needs to be, and to help evolve the culture to support the pace and direction of the business.

In this session, you will explore how today’s learning professionals can help build a learning culture in their organizations. You will review the five levels of learning culture and identify where your organization currently stands. You will discover six ways to evolve your organization into a continuous learning culture. You will also identify both the processes and systems that should be part of your learning and performance ecosystem to support this evolution.

In this session, you will learn:

  • What the five levels of learning culture are
  • Tips on how to measure the maturity of your organization’s learning culture
  • Six ways to evolve your learning culture
  • How to identify processes and systems that your learning and performance ecosystem needs

Audience:
Managers, directors, and learning executives.

Technology discussed in this session:
Various technologies.

Frank Nguyen

Learning Executive

Dr. Frank Nguyen is a learning executive who specializes in transforming learning organizations through strategy and technology. He has led enterprise learning for Fortune companies including AIG, Amazon, American Express, Intel, MicroAge, and Sears. Frank has published extensively on the intersection of eLearning, instructional design, and performance support. He is a recipient of the Learning Guild Master and the ISPI Distinguished Dissertation awards. His work on compliance training, learning strategy, business transformation, and technology have been recognized by Brandon Hall and Chief Learning Officer. Frank has served on a variety of learning industry committees for Adobe, ATD, BJET, Brandon Hall, eLearning Guild, and ISPI.

<  Back to session list Top ^