504 Working Digitally: Strategies for Moving L&D Forward
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM Thursday, October 25
Management and Strategy
Digital transformation is the push for most L&D organizations. But what does it really mean? Just because you are leveraging digital technology to develop learning assets doesn’t necessarily mean you are working in a digital way. In many ways, today’s L&D is still “analog,” leveraging the latest technology but traditional methodologies and working culture. You may need to not only transform your tool set, but also your mindset and how you work.
In this session, you’ll learn the difference between “doing digital” and “working digitally.” Everyone leverages modern digital learning technology to design, develop, and deploy assets, but how are you collaborating? How transparent and open is your process? Find out how to use digital toolkits empowering you to work differently. You’ll learn strategies to identify systems that empower digital ways of working. Culture is different in every organization, so you’ll also learn how to either embrace or push your current culture through operation and organization. Ultimately, you’ll discover the right way to move L&D incrementally toward a digitally mature future.
In this session, you will learn:
- How doing digital and working digitally are different
- Why working digitally is the future of L&D
- How to identify the right digital strategy for your culture
- What’s next to move your organization in the right direction
Managers and senior leaders (directors, VP, CLO, executive, etc.).
Technology discussed in this session:
Various systems and technologies used in design, development, and collaboration with work, including management of these.
Director, Digital Learning Studio
Sean Bengry is a director in PwC’s Digital Learning Studio. He keeps apprised of L&D trends and focuses PwC on its role in the ever-shifting state of learning culture and the intersection of technology. Sean is passionate about leveraging technology to help people find the right information they need to do their job successfully. As an active speaker and leader, his work has taken him all over the world as he continues to assist others in developing corporate learning strategy, but more importantly, changing the overall culture of learning within companies.