Focus London: Total Economic Impact of Learning
Total Economic Impact of Learning
At one of our only full-day Focus events, learning and development experts gathered together in London to help demystify learning and skills.
To truly see the business value of learning across your organization, look at the data. Explore the importance of establishing a unified way to collect, measure and analyze the learning and skill growth happening among your people. And, most importantly, find out where to start.
Todd Tauber is the VP of Product Marketing at Degreed. 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.
Prior to joining Degreed, Todd led the enterprise learning practice at Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting's human capital research business. He also led business development at Nomadic Learning, a start-up creating social / mobile tools for leadership development. And he launched a new corporate learning business at The Economist, the global news publisher, where he also led strategy, M&A and product development.
Todd has an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BBA from The George Washington University.
Derek has led the development of Analytics solutions across some of the world’s largest Media, Retail, Finance, and Pharmaceutical brands within functions ranging from Product performance, to Marketing, and Colleague Development.
Working across all aspects of people and performance data, he is currently heading up the Learning Analytics capability for Novo Nordisk. He combines data available from Degreed with a range of novel data sources to produce a holistic view of Learners and Learner Behaviours, in turn, powering a world leading capability to run Hyper-targeted Learning Campaigns.
"Degreed has uniquely built its own technology category from the ground up and it is a hot one. They have also provided a blueprint for what best-in-class looks like as a product and a company."