SMNX103 Implementing Digital Learning at Dell Technology
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM Wednesday, October 24
Expo Hall: Management Xchange Stage
Learn how large enterprises have successfully implemented digital learning and measured results. Find out how Dell Technologies addressed its digital transformation and upskilling needs with EdCast’s learning experience platform (LXP). The presentation will also highlight how EdCast’s AI and machine learning solutions increase learning relevance and overall engagement at Dell.
With over 150,000 employees, Dell is a leader in the technology space. The skills and capabilities span technical, sales, HR, and professional portfolios. Learn how the company is implementing a digital solution that integrates formal and informal learning with internal and external resources to grow engagement.
In this session, you will learn:
- The best approaches to implementing enterprise-wide digital learning
- How AI and machine learning solutions increase learning relevance and engagement
- The benefits of digital transformation for the enterprise
- Why focusing on upskilling needs is relevant for the future of your organization
- How a digital learning solution can integrate formal and informal learning
Novice to advanced designers, developers, managers, and senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.).
Technology discussed in this session:
Dell’s customized PC and mobile instances of EdCast’s learning experience platform (LXP).
VP of Enterprise Engagement
Becky is currently the VP of Enterprise Engagement at EdCast and has over 20 years of learning experience. Becky advises Enterprise level customers on Digital Learning and manages design and development of sales and leadership content. Previously, she led a mix of learning strategy and development roles at Hewlett Packard and Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Director, Digital Learning Technology
Ed is the Director of Digital Learning Technology at Dell. He is an education professional focused on digital learning and development technology necessary to keep pace with continuing advancements in development and delivery of training for employees, customers, and partners. With the changing attitude from instructor led learning to digital and virtual learning, Ed is focused on using technology as a key role in helping education groups keep pace with these changes and helping organizations expand and adjust to these changes.