Digital HR Transformation Leader | HCM Cloud, General Motors
As if digital transformation hasn’t made a big enough bang, today's must acquire appropriate skills to solve problems, advance business processes, succeed in modernized cultures and meet customer expectations.
Thankfully, technology gives workforces ways to thrive in the digital age and stay ahead of the game. As more aspects of the business become automated, executives can attend to a broader spectrum of business opportunities. The strategy and implementation of technology is critical to digital transformation success.
How can L&D professionals help business leaders think differently? Even when data is less than ideal, product learning is becoming more effective than an academic approach, and integrating a combination of augmented reality (AR) and artificial intelligence (AI) is changing feedback as we know it.
Upskilling for the immediate future and beyond can be done successfully only with agility - and plenty of it! During times of major transformation, things rarely go as planned so employees at all levels must be agile when upskilling. Agility helps people do what’s needed to accomplish goals and achieve results by getting out of their comfort zones.
The “best way” doesn’t stay the “best way” for long. Organizations must commit to being agile before they can commit to a big transformation and the digital upskilling that comes with it.
This webcast will provide an inside look into how two top companies upskill their employees, projects they’ve executed in doing so, and the trends they’ve followed to achieve great results.
April 2, 2019 | Computer Generated Solutions, Inc.
We wanted to know how employees working across several industries view skills gaps, prioritize needs and navigate change. CGS surveyed more than 600 U.S. employees (ages 18-65+), working in the retail, hospitality, banking and telecommunications ... Read more
It shouldn’t be a surprise that augmented reality has been adopted as a tool for teaching, both in corporate and classroom environments. Certain lessons are greatly enriched by the ability to combine digital information with real-world visuals. But many learning leaders will want to walk before they run into augmented reality.