Type: Concurrent Session Category: Learning & Development
Tuesday October 3 3:00pm to 3:45pm Location: Avedon B
An increasingly global economy, rapid technological advances, and a more networked world have accelerated the pace of change with which organizations must cope to stay competitive. And while the world is changing more quickly than ever, most organizations have done a fairly poor job of adapting the employee development systems, processes, methodologies, and mindsets that enable workforces to effectively respond to change.
Our latest High-Impact Learning Organization research provides a vastly different picture of what organizations should be doing to effectively develop their workforces. Our new maturity model illustrates the point that work and learning should be intertwined and that learning organizations can embed learning in the everyday flow of work to have more impact on both business and employees.
Join us for a session that addresses:
• The 2017 High-Impact Learning Organization Maturity Model
• Four factors that affect learning organization maturity
• What L&D should be focusing on to stay relevant
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Areas to consider when aligning to the larger organization
How L&D impacts the intersection of career management and employee development
How L&D can map back to the financial metrics of the organization
Elizabeth Barisik Senior Research Analyst, Bersin by Deloitte As a Senior Research Analyst, Elizabeth is leading research projects that touch multiple HR practices - including Learning and Development, Employee Engagement and Retention and Leadership Development.