As a result of coronavirus, many organizations are looking to get more creative with their upskilling and learning experiences. But simply putting training online isn’t the answer. The most successful companies are delivering many options in the flow of work. Providing learning in the flow of work means personalization, it means performance support and most beneficially, can mean more engaged employees which leads to improved productivity. But how do you deliver on these promises? And what does that look like at a large organization?
Join us for a session with PepsiCo!
Join David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst with Brandon Hall Group and Alison Hansen, Director at PepsiCo University, as they explore strategies around bringing learning into the flow of work and showcase how PepsiCo is providing a modern, personalized learning experience.
Discussion topics include:
• The current skills landscape
• The impact Covid-19 and beyond
David Wentworth has been a research analyst in the human capital field since 2005, joining Brandon Hall Group in 2012 to concentrate on learning research. David’s research focuses on how people learn and the role of emerging technologies. He has written several reports published by ATD, covering mobile learning, social/collaborative learning, and more. His work has also appeared in Compensation & Benefits Review, T+D Magazine and CLO Magazine. David is a busy speaker, delivering keynotes, breakout sessions and participating on panels at events around the world.
Experienced Director with a demonstrated history of working in the consumer goods industry. Skilled in marketing management, communications, leading global initiatives, sales enablement, and strategic planning. Strong global professional experience with a Master of Arts (M.A.) focused in Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management from Southern Methodist University.
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