The “Bring Your Own Devices” trend brought a flood of both anxieties and benefits to the workplace.   Now "Bring Your Own Learning" is upon us and has brought anxieties as learning professionals prepare for the complexities and work to unlock the benefits. This webinar is the first ever in-depth look at the data behind the "Bring Your Own Learning" trend. 

 

You will learn:

  • The causes and data behind the trend and how companies are shifting to adapt

  • What the "Consumerization of Learning" means 

  • How you can create a “learners first” culture in your organization while maintaining security & visibility

 

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About Your Presenter: 

Todd Tauber is the VP of Product Marketing at Degreed, the world's first enterprise learning portal built with the learner in mind. Before joining Degreed, he led the enterprise learning practice at Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting's human capital research business. His thought leadership on corporate learning and development (L&D) has been featured by Chief Learning Officer magazine, SHRM and the Association for Talent Development (ATD) as well as in The Atlantic, Quartz and The Wall Street Journal.  You can follow Todd on Twitter @toddtauber


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