In a customer centric culture, we need to be agile and define ways that we can meet the business needs by preparing our people to develop curricula and delivery in an agile way. Catherine Curtis, Senior Manager of Instructional Design at Amazon, shares templates for streamlining processes, how to adapt processes to enable accelerated learning goals, and how to build quality learning programs and engage exclusive stakeholders.
Personal motivation and a strong connection to team goals are key indicators of whether a company will compete and win in ever-changing markets. The most successful companies support teams that seek diversity, practice inclusive behaviors and are open to new ideas. Research shows when people feel included at work their engagement and performance improves, resulting in more creative solutions that appeal to a broader audience.
Shawna Erdman, Director of Global Leadership & Learning at Intel Corporation, shares the latest neuroscience research critical for developing agile organizations. She additionally shares how to incorporate diversity and inclusion as a cultural design principle (rather than a standalone program) and how to invest in development opportunities for executives and high potentials to create a top down mindset of innovation and inclusion.
Roderick Jefferson, Vice President of Global Enablement at Marketo presents on why adjusting your learning programs to your learners' expectations is a winning solution, learning design principles that are proven and successful, and evaluating your learners and their needs within the context of 21st century learning design.