LRV106 What Managers Want
3:15 PM - 4:00 PM Wednesday, October 25
Expo Hall: Learning Revolution Stage
Do your managers have the talent and learning information they need to make timely decisions? Is finding the right information at the right time a nightmare or a dream? Most talent and learning applications are either light on reporting capability or too complex for timely business reporting needs.
In this session, you will learn how United Airlines combined talent system data with business data to put the right information in the hands of management at the right time with one click access.
In this session, you will learn:
- What managers consider as the minimum requirement for reporting
- How to create the right user experience for reporting and analytics
- The most effective reports for talent development
- How to combine talent and business data to solve business problems
Novice to advanced designers, developers, project managers, managers, directors, and senior leaders.
Technology discussed in this session:
Talent systems, content management systems (CMS), Amazon Web Services, Cornerstone OnDemand
Vice President of User Experience Services
Mark Prastik is the vice president of user experience services at Bluewater Learning. Mark assists clients in aligning learning user experience and reporting/analytics to business strategy because he feels that user learning experience and reporting/analytics are the most predictive factors in the adoption of talent and learning systems and solving business problems. Mark has more than 25 years’ experience in employee training in the areas of oil and gas, aviation, retail, financial services, life sciences, and technology. Mark is certified in instructional design, human performance improvement, and project management and is a past president of ATD Houston.
Manager—Learning Technology & Training Services
Mike Keating is the manager of learning technology and training services for United Airlines. He has been with the airline for 31 years, most of which he has spent supporting operational divisions with their training needs. Over the last five years he has served as the LMS administrator for the enterprise and United’s business partners. Prior to his current role, Mike led a team of learning professionals that created, maintained, and delivered comprehensive learning content required to meet regulatory requirements. Throughout the years, Mike has shared his knowledge of the best use of innovative learning technologies through the use of standardized development tools at United Airlines.