403 Transforming L&D: From Course Catalogs to a Learning and Performance Ecosystem
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Tuesday, March 27
Management and Strategy
Is your organization interested in moving beyond course delivery to a broader, more comprehensive and strategic approach that focuses not just on learning, but on performance and productivity? How do you justify your L&D budget? What metrics do you track, and how compelling are they to your funders? Are your sponsors asking you to give them courses or improve the productivity of the organization?
This session will reveal the “secret sauce” you need in order to transform your L&D function to create and sustain a learning and performance ecosystem. You will explore the paradigm shift that is required for L&D’s transformation from course provider to ecosystem solution provider. The session will define some key changes to typical L&D roles, processes, and metrics that make ecosystems work. It will be interactive and engaging, with time reserved to discuss participant concerns, ecosystem drivers, and pain points.
In this session, you will learn:
- About the six components and three building blocks of the learning and performance ecosystem
- How critical performance analysis is to the learning and performance ecosystem
- About the metrics of the learning and performance ecosystem
- About the critical ecosystem skills and processes your L&D function must acquire to be successful
- How several organizations are going about transforming their L&D function to an ecosystem approach
Novice to advanced designers, developers, project managers, managers, directors, and senior leaders (VP, CLO, executive, etc.).
Steve Foreman is the president of InfoMedia Designs, a provider of eLearning infrastructure consulting services and technology solutions to Fortune 500 companies, academic institutions, and government agencies. Since establishing his consulting practice in 1983, Steve has spent more than 30 years working with forward-looking companies to find new and effective ways to apply computer technology to support human performance. His work includes enterprise learning strategy, LMS selection and implementation, learning-technology architecture and integration, expert-knowledge harvesting, knowledge management, and innovative performance-support solutions that blend working and learning.