512 The Future of Digital Learning: Three Scenarios
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Thursday, October 26
Management and Strategy
Digital learning has arrived, but the learning community is still playing catch-up. When looking at where the L&D industry is going in the future, you need to address two key strategic questions: How can digital learning demonstrate greater value to learners and the business, and how do L&D professionals need to adjust their approaches to learning in order to deliver that greater value through digital learning?
In this session, you will take a closer look at five critical digital learning approaches that you’ll need to embrace in order to provide value and impact to organizations. You’ll explore how to recognize the indicators that L&D is providing a reactive, not proactive, approach to digital learning. You’ll then look at how to differentiate impactful digital learning experiences from learning that is simply delivered through technology, and what processes and strategies you can use to design and develop true digital learning experiences.
In this session, you will learn:
- Why digital learning teams need to create high-impact digital experiences in order to remain relevant
- How design thinking can create alignment and a digital learning mindset for L&D
- Why embracing data analytics is a critical success factor for digital learning proponents
- What aspects of L&D are taken for granted, but can provide unique value to learners and organizations
Intermediate to advanced managers, directors, and senior leaders (VP, CLO, executive, etc.).
discussed in this session:
This will be a strategic discussion that might mention platform types and modalities, but won’t deep dive into specifics.
Digital Learning Leader
Matthew Murray is a US L&D digital learning leader at PwC, where he leads a team of 60 high-performing professionals. With over 20 years of leadership in learning and talent development, Matthew focuses on learning strategy, digital learning, consulting, change management, simulation design and development, and emerging technologies. He has a PhD in communication arts from the University of Wisconsin¬– Madison.