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Aug 31, 2020

This episode is part of the Learning Uncut Emergent series where we talk about rapidly changing business models, and how Learning and Development can support organisations to adapt.  Exploring how learning professionals can emerge from disruption as relevant and effective.

Digital transformation has been underway for quite some time.  Data is part of the business ecosystem in which L&D operates.  Where do the opportunities lie for L&D to use the stream of data to improve decisions and increase impact?  Practical examples and future possibilities to help L&D professionals connect the dots on using data.

Host:  Michelle Ockers

Guests: Trish Uhl and Kevin M. Yates

Resources:

  • Kevin M. Yates website - lots of resources including download a free copy of The L&D Detective Kit for Solving Impact Mysteries https://kevinmyates.com/
  • Trish Uhl - Learning Analytics - presentation at Learning Technologies UK 2019 https://bit.ly/3gvh4sO
  • Artificial Intelligence: New roles in talent, learning and development by Trish Uhl https://bit.ly/31qgQiz
  • Learning Uncut Episode 48: Launching Learning Engineering at Mars - Trish Uhl and Rachel Horwitz http://bit.ly/Ep48LU
  • Learning Uncut Episode 33: Enabling performance through deliverable different L&D - Beth Hall https://bit.ly/2Yw4D9Z
  • Predictive Learning Analytics (™): New rules, new tools for increasing training transfer by Ken Phillips https://bit.ly/31v8CG2

More Episodes & Info:

Curated Learning Uncut Emergent collection: https://padlet.com/michelleockers/Emergent