LRV203 Reporting Revolution
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM Thursday, October 26
Are big data and analytics really the answer to all your learning and development challenges? No, they’re just a distraction from the real issue. You need to get information and data in the hands of those who make decisions daily. What would our learning and development world look like if we revolutionized reporting and made talent data available to learners, managers, and administrators and simplified their decision-making process? It’s called information visualization.
In this session, join James Webb and Chris Bond to explore the real possibilities of visualizing information that impacts business today.
In this session, you will learn:
- What data learners and managers are really looking for
- How to adjust from reporting to visualization
- What the future of visualization/reporting looks like
- How you can make the change today
Intermediate and advanced designers, developers, project managers, managers, directors, senior leaders, LMS and talent system administrators, learning business owners, and vendors.
Technology discussed in this session:
Talent management systems (TMS), learning management systems (LMS), learning delivery platforms, learner engagement platforms, Cornerstone, SumTotal.
President and CEO
Chris Bond, the president and CEO of Bluewater, has been transforming the learning and talent management field for over 20 years through his leadership, articles, speaking engagements, and consulting services. By combining strategic thinking, people development, process, user experience and the effective use of technologies, Chris has helped clients meet or exceed goals that impact bottom-line financial growth and corporate success. A sampling of clients includes names like Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, Fossil, and Medtronic. Chris launched Bluewater in 2003. His passion, creativity and experience have inspired the Bluewater team to share his commitment to putting the client first.
Vice President, Global People Development and Engagement
James Webb, the vice president of global people development and engagement for Fossil Group, leads a talented team focused on unleashing the potential of the company’s more than 14,000 global employees, including more than 500 company-owned stores, and over 33,000 wholesale points of distribution. James provides strategic direction for Fossil’s development, learning technology, internal communications, engagement, and talent management activities, all of which fuels the company’s growth and resilience. He brings more than 20 years of expertise in organizational development, talent management, employee relations, and business operations to this role. Outside of Fossil, James sits on Big Thought’s executive board of directors and on the Quantum Workplace advisory council.