Why Does Digital Learning Maturity Matter?
The movement towards a digital-first world of work has provided a huge opportunity for Learning & Development to shine. Digital learning has aided this positive change with the ability to create standardized training at scale for global teams. The benefits of digital learning have made themselves clear over this past year of increased remote working but does Digital Learning Maturity still have a role to play in this new era of learning?
In this CrossKnowledge Discussion Hub join our facilitator Jane Daly to rethink how digital learning maturity can have a positive impact on your organization.
What are the aims of the CrossKnowledge Hub: Digital Learning Maturity?
- To share ideas, experiences, challenges, and trends with a like-minded community
- Evidence-informed discussion with our expert hosts
- Rethinking L&D topics of interest
- Provide a moment of pause for self and group reflection
As a celebration of our first CrossKnowledge Hub, breakfast is on us.
To celebrate the launch of the CrossKnowledge Hub every attendee of this session will receive a voucher* for a home delivered meal straight to your door! Just a little something from us to brighten your day.
*This offer is for a £15 UberEats e-voucher or 15 EUR Thuisbezorgd.nl e-voucher for to those who attend the full session, one voucher per attendee, no substitutes, alternative e-vouchers or monetary equivalents offered.
Register today to reserve your space.
Jane Daly, Founder of PeopleStar & People Who Know
Jane is Chief Insight Officer of PeopleStar, an independent evidence-informed agency specialising in culture & behavioural change. She has a proven track record in commercially adapting organisational culture whilst accelerating growth, transformation, productivity, profitability & wellbeing. Jane was previously Global Head of L&OD at M&S and Chief Insight Officer at Towards Maturity and her research is regularly published and referenced. Over the last 3 years, Jane has supported over 1,000 people, organisations, providers, professional bodies, Universities and entrepreneurs across the globe to think differently, focus on human-led design & practices, uncover their field of view and increase their impact.
Jan Rijken, Learning Director
As the Wiley-Crossknowledge Learning Director Jan provides strategic advice to L&D leaders and conducts research. He is a visiting professor at IE business school and a former CLO at KPMG, ABN-AMRO & Daimler. He is a recognized L&D though leader, regularly publishing articles and is passionate about connecting L&D professionals and getting the best out of people. Jan is passionate about building a learning leader community and elevating L&D as a strategic business driver.