Corporate Learning Week

March 23 - 26, 2020 | Austin,TX

2018/2019 Presentations

Into the Future: Redefine Learning and Development

Into the Future: Redefine Learning and Development

Presentation by Armando Lourenzo, Chief Learning Officer, Ernst & Young Brazil

  • Establish your corporate university as a “corporate commons” for leaders and crossfunctional teams to work together
  • Integrate Corporate university with Knowledge Management and Development by experience
  • Cater to global teams through blended learning, incorporating elements of in-person, virtual instructor- led training [VILT], MOOCs, Ecosystem, Virtual Reality (3D), Intelligence Artificial and Micro learning
Fake or Facts?: Using Data as Evidence for Learning's Impact

Fake or Facts?: Using Data as Evidence for Learning's Impact

Presentation by Kevin M. Yates, Manager, Learning Systems, McDonald's

  • Use facts, evidence and data as proof for the impact of training, learning and professional development
  • Activate the strategy for using data as factbased evidence for forecasting performance outcomes and business results.
  • Collect data and facts that support the story you want to tell about learning's effectiveness.
Evolving T&D from Order Taking to Strategic Partnership

Evolving T&D from Order Taking to Strategic Partnership

Presentation by Maria F. Fernandez, Director of Training, Development and Implementation, Parkland Hospital

  • An overview of the drivers in radical transformation, specifically demographic changes and technological disruption
  • A specific look into Millennials, who are changing how organizations hire, manage, and retain talent
  • Conduct needs analyses to identify what workers really want, especially in catering to flexibility, continuous learning, and recruiting older talent
Preparing for the Future – How Learning can be a Cultural Driver

Preparing for the Future – How Learning can be a Cultural Driver

Presentation by Dr. Trish Holliday, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Assistant Commissioner & State CLO, Tennessee State Government Department of Human Resources

It’s not just about attracting the right talent; it’s about knowing how to keep them. Our distinguished keynote will share a transferrable toolkit including templates to help you

prepare for the future!

  • Create a culture people want to be a part of and prepare to become future leaders
  • Who’s the “forgotten population” and why is it important to focus on them?
  • Position learning as a cultural driver to capture employees’ hearts and heads
The Shifting Paradigm: Welcome Learning Ecosystem

The Shifting Paradigm: Welcome Learning Ecosystem

Presentation by Casper Moerck, Head of Learning Technology, Global Learning Campus, Americas, Siemens

In a world where learning technology is exploding – new apps, new solutions - the landscape is evolving faster than ever. The CLOs of today and tomorrow are not just managing people but an entire ecosystem of technology. What is the current state of learning technology and what will the future look like in 2025?

  • Pinpointing the skills needed to prepare for a learning paradigm shift
  • Understanding and managing a learning ecosystem
  • Managing a plethora of applications and systems
Unseen, Unheard, Unfelt: New Drivers Behind Performance from Learning

Unseen, Unheard, Unfelt: New Drivers Behind Performance from Learning

Presentation by Mike Pino, Ph.D., Global Learning Partner, Cognizant Digital Business

Digital transformation requires collective knowledge work. The emerging neuroscience behind effective collective intelligence has been applied to diversity measures and inclusive leadership approaches. Though these efforts help reduce feeling like an outsider – whether based on language, culture, race, or personality type – these efforts have been slow to yield results , often resulting in regrettable attrition.

Some organizations have discovered a new way forward: connecting individually-focused L&D efforts to these D&I efforts. Developing interpersonal, “power” skills, helps employees overcome the feeling of invisibility, finding ways to stand out and be noticed. The organizational benefits are likewise improved when individual employees overcome the feeling of invisibility so that they contribute and be a valuable resource in an organization and with teams. We’ll cover the what and the how in this session, making it easier to learn what’s working.