With business models changing and technology evolving, companies now must re-design Learning & Development ambitions, strategies and infrastructure to be agile in order replace obsolete skills or risk falling behind their competitors. L&D is quickly becoming a core strategic part of business that has innovation, leadership development, self-directed learning, and knowledge transfer at its centre. Implementing technology is the easy part of this transformation, but is your workforce ready for the digital future?
Join Jan Rijken, renowned Talent & Learning Thought Leader, as he explores what impact digital has on your workforce, their jobs and future capabilities. Jan will highlight the 4 key clusters of digital learning readiness: the learner / the learning offer / the L&D capabilities / the learning climate and illustrating how benchmark companies have successfully transformed. Paul Morton, Leadership & Learning Expert, will also be delivering a session on the 13 proven tips to transforming your learning culture, from onboarding to self-development, easily actionable in your organisation. This interactive seminar will provide you access to recent international research, best practices and equip you with a quick-scan to boost your own digital learning readiness.
- The differences between digitisation and digitalisation
- Digital’s impact on the workforce and organisations
- KPIs to measure how ready your organisation is for digitalisation
- 13 practical tips for transforming your learning culture
- When: 8.45am – 11.45am | 20th September 2018
- Location: The RSA, London, WC2N 6EZ
Jan Rijken – Director of CrossKnowledge Institute
Jan Rijken is an experienced talent and learning professional with strong business and human capital impact in complex organizations. He was CLO for KPMG, ABNAmro, and Mercedes-Benz and is a recognized thought leader in the Learning & Talent community. His areas of expertise include: corporate learning transformation & strategy, talent management, leadership, team development, change management & OD, 70-20-10 and L&D measurement. As Director of the CrossKnowledge Institute, Jan’s main goal is to share his experience and knowledge and build a learning leader community.
Paul Morton – CrossKnowledge Associate Regional Director – Europe, Americas & Partners
Paul Morton is the Managing Director of UK & Nordics for CrossKnowledge, which has been part of the Wiley Group since 2014. He has been living and breathing learning and learning technologies for 21 years. He started business as a stand-up trainer, then as a coder creating an early LMS, an elearning author and then as a manager of learning technology teams. That background combined with a surprisingly useful degree in Scandinavian studies from Edinburgh leads to interesting conversations on leadership, change, learning and discovery with business leaders in all industries. Born and raised in Scotland, he emigrated to London in 1999 where he now lives with his wife and two young children.