The unprecedented number of tools and technologies available in the new Web 2.0 world (Facebook, YouTube, Linkedin, etc.) coupled with the changing face of the workforce creates an opportunity to rethink the traditional 70/20/10 based learning and development model.
If you add to this the accelerated pace of change and the need to rapidly align to organizational needs, learning leaders are uniquely positioned to provide value through the execution of more innovative continuous learning approaches to talent development.
This session will explore Bristol-Myers Squibb’s journey to build and execute a Next Generation BioPharma Learning Framework—a framework that integrates both old and new learning approaches with new technologies and a framework that is well aligned with the company’s strategic and cultural priorities. The discussion will provide participants with:
An overview of the 5 learning approaches that make up the BMS learning framework (formal, learning on-demand, learning from experience, learning through coaching, and social learning)
An understanding of new technology enabled design and delivery methods supporting the framework including online information exchange and collaboration
Examples that demonstrate the successful execution of each core approach