LRV201 Process: The 80%/20% Rule
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM Thursday, October 26
When it comes to people development, 80% percent of what companies need to address has nothing to do with their learning and talent management technology! In fact, by focusing on the functionality and limitations, these companies overlook the critical elements of creating an engaging, personalized development program for their customers (internal and external).
In this session, you will get the entire people development picture, so you can focus on the priorities that make the most lasting and significant change for your organization or the organizations you serve. Join Lisa Edstrom from 3M and Dave Seligsohn from Bluewater as they help you focus on the 80%!
In this session, you will learn:
- How learning, performance, and succession/career pathing are really all the same thing
- How to develop a proper business case for customer education programs
- To expand your concept of user experience to include things like content, reporting, etc. as part of a more business-centric model of learner engagement
- How to best prioritize the multitude of needs to have the broadest and most lasting impact on your learners
Novice to advanced project managers, managers, directors, senior leaders, and anyone supporting an external customer base.
Technology discussed in this session:
Learning management systems, TMS, and HRIS.
VP, Strategic Accounts
Dave Seligsohn has served as the vice president of operations, the vice president of business development, and is currently the VP of strategic accounts for Bluewater Learning. In this role, Dave serves as part of the Bluewater leadership team while focusing on building and sustaining partner relationships and working with clients to design solutions in response to complex and varying business needs. Prior to his time at Bluewater, Dave owned his own consulting firm, specializing in helping business owners ensure long-term viability and success. He also served as a teacher and principal in the public school system for 15 years.
3M Health Care Academy Global Leader
Lisa Edstrom is the global leader for the 3M Health Care Academy, designed to anticipate and address the professional and continuing education needs of 3M Health Care customers around the world. In this role, Lisa is responsible for leading cross divisional and global teams, driving the development and delivery of trusted high-quality education content and programs that contribute to clinical effectiveness and improved health outcomes. Lisa holds an MBA from the University of St. Thomas, and completed her doctoral studies at the University of Minnesota in educational policy and administration.