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||Best of Ecosystem: Mapping Your Organizational Learning Architecture||Adam Weisblatt
||Driving Cultural Change with Your LMS||Michael Rael, Peter Kirwan
Wednesday, December 9, 2015 at 10:00 AM PT
Understanding your learning architecture is critical for the success of major learning technology projects. In this session, you’ll learn how to create a map that explains the connections between all the moving parts of your learning architecture and enables you to get buy-in on your plans and strategy. You’ll leave this session able to build your own map, clearly explain your plans, and show what a successful solution looks like.
Tuesday, December 15, 2015 at 10:00 AM PT
In 2015, the Einstein Noah Restaurant Group and Caribou Coffee merged. Rather than absorbing either brand into the other, they decided to maintain each, yet operate as one organization; the organization nearly doubled in size, with over 11,000 employees total. As part of the merger, they also created a new co-brand which would put both brands in the same location. These decisions resulted in some unusual challenges and opportunities for the learning and development and communication teams. The distinct culture of each organization had played a vital part each of their successes, so the challenge was how to merge operational and process training under one umbrella and create a new unique organizational culture while still maintaining the strong cultural foundations of each brand.
Mike Rael of Einstein Noah will explain the decision and strategy driving this cultural shift in L&D and communication and discuss leveraging a new LMS implementation as a vehicle to accomplish the transition.
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