607 Designing a Flexible, Future-Focused Learning Infrastructure
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Wednesday, March 28
Management and Strategy
L&D professionals are rarely able to build their ideal learning ecosystem; they often inherit legacy systems and approaches. With so many technologies designed to support specific parts of your ecosystem, it can be difficult to organize them into a comprehensive learning strategy with the flexibility to meet the future needs of your rapidly evolving business and the mobile, social, and global engagement necessary for a generationally diverse workforce.
While working together through a sample scenario, you will learn a practical approach to designing a learning and performance ecosystem that both leverages the existing tools you have and anticipates the future needs of your rapidly changing business, so you can identify and demonstrate meaningful business results that will support your ability to grow and evolve your ecosystem when the organization is ready for it.
In this session, you will learn:
- About the components that comprise a learning and performance ecosystem
- How to identify ecosystem components available to you
- How to identify future ecosystem components that will support rapidly changing businesses
- How to organize components to create a flexible ecosystem solution
- How to identify meaningful business measures to track success
- Where to seek support to grow and evolve your ecosystem
Novice to advanced designers, developers, project managers, managers, and directors.
Global Learning Program Manager
Tammy Olson, a global learning program manager at Donaldson Company, is an experienced global learning leader and strategist with a passion for developing learning strategies, infrastructures, and solutions that leverage social, collaborative, virtual, and mobile learning technologies for Fortune 500 companies. Tammy continually looks for opportunities to innovate the way people work by integrating learning and collaboration exactly where and when it is needed. She has over 20 years’ experience creating technology-enabled learning experiences to engage and develop high-performing, diverse employee populations.