When it comes to making the most of the vast range of digital learning tools and technology available today, it is important to understand how they can work together in a coherent ecosystem. Integrating and aligning different systems can be challenging, but the benefits to your people and their performance can be significant. This session shares new data and insight from organisations successfully creating learning technology ecosystems that really work.
Smart organizations are enabling their employees to learn everywhere – not just in the classroom – and they’re using technology to do it. RedThread Research recently completed an in-depth study on how organizations are creating their learning tech ecosystems: the challenges they face, the strategies they employ, and the tech they ultimately implement.
Dani Johnson’s session on learning ecosystems takes place on day one of the conference, Wednesday 12 Feb at 13:55, chaired by Ger Driesen, Learning Innovation Leader, aNewSpring. Learning ecosystems: how they are really being used today, covers:
- An understanding of the types of technology available
- A model for thinking through how those technologies can enable employee development
- The three major structures for learning technology ecosystems and when one is more appropriate for your organisation
- Best practices for creating a strategic, intentional learning tech ecosystem
Booking for the Learning Technologies 2020 Conference is available via the event website, with tickets priced at £1,295 + VAT.
About Dani Johnson
Cofounder & Principal Analyst - RedThread Research
Dani is Co-founder and Principal Analyst for RedThread Research. She has spent the majority of her career writing about, conducting research in, and consulting on human capital practices and technology. Before starting RedThread, Dani led the Learning and Career research practice at Bersin, Deloitte. Her ideas can be found in publications such as Wall Street Journal, CLO Magazine, HR Magazine, and Employment Relations. Dani holds a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Brigham Young University.