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Filtered to crack the digital transformation code at Summer Forum

London, UKLearning NewsFiltered

Filtered will reveal actionable insights into digital transformation gained from over 45,000 magpie users at their Learning Technologies Summer Forum seminar on 11 July at ExCeL London.

Filtered’s groundbreaking AI recommendation engine, magpie, has amassed 45,000 delighted users. In their Summer Forum seminar, Filtered’s Head of Customer Success, Rob MacAllister, will explain how attendees can implement the engagement and adoption techniques that have helped the L&D teams they work with successfully introduce this new tool to large audiences.

Attendees will discover:

  • How to give L&D a bigger voice in their  organisation and make pilots a success
  • How to apply digital marketing techniques to learning in global companies
  • When and why people learn, and what formats they prefer in different contexts
  • What happens when organisations put their competency frameworks to the test
  • How magpie enables them to make data-driven decisions to increase engagement

Visitors to Filtered at Stand 1 can discuss these and wider issues with Rob and the rest of the Filtered team, as well as trying out magpie for themselves. There will also be drinks and refreshments available at the stand from 3pm.

Cracking the code for digital transformation takes place  in Theatre 2 at 10:00.

The Learning Technologies Summer Forum takes place on 11 July 2019, at ExCel London. Register here to attend for free.

Rob MacAllister at Learning Technologies 2019