SMM101 The Future of Learning Data
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM Tuesday, March 27
With the advancements of machine learning, multiple data points now reveal previously hidden connections between what your employees know and the results your business will achieve. This revolutionary technology now allows you to reach Kirkpatrick’s Level 4—organizations can measure behavior change and predict future business outcomes based on learning data. These learning insights provide the opportunity for businesses to take strategic action before a predicted negative outcome becomes reality.
In this session, you will hear how getting to Kirkpatrick Level 4 is possible. The session will outline how learning data is captured and how it predicts business outcomes. You’ll also find out how best-in-class organizations like FedEx, At Home, and Walmart are using learning data to predict and change business outcomes, and you’ll hear about the results they’ve achieved.
In this session, you will learn:
- How to capture learning data that you can use to predict business outcomes
- Why the L&D field is undergoing a fundamental shift
- How organizations are changing predicted negative business outcomes before they happen
- How organizations can measure behavior change and predict business outcomes based on learning data
- How getting to, and moving beyond, Kirkpatrick Level 4 is possible
Novice to advanced managers, directors, and senior leaders (VP, CLO, executive, etc.).
Technology discussed in this session:
Carol Leaman is the CEO of Axonify, a disruptor in the corporate learning space and innovator behind the world’s first employee knowledge platform. Previously, she was CEO of several other tech companies, including PostRank, a social engagement analytics company she sold to Google. Carol is a thought leader whose articles appear in various publications; she also sits on the boards of many organizations and advises high-tech firms. Carol’s awards include the Waterloo Region Entrepreneur Hall of Fame Intrepid Award (2011) and the Sarah Kirke Award (2010) for Canada’s leading female entrepreneur. She is a finalist for the Techvibes Entrepreneur of the Year Award (2017).