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The New Operating Model for L&D with Julie Hiipakka from Bersin, Deloitte Consulting

There are new forces at play begging  for a new way of doing L&D. Things like technology innovations increasing workforce skill gaps. Employees asking employers for more efficient ways to learn. And social platforms changing the way they engage with content. Join Julie Hiipakka, vice president of Learning Research at Deloitte, to find out more about the new L&D. You'll leave this session inspired to reimagine your learning programs or tweak them to get better results.

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Julie Hiipakka, Vice President | Learning Research Leader, Bersin, Deloitte Consulting LLP

Julie is the Vice President, Learning Research for Bersin, Deloitte Consulting LLP. With 22 years of experience across learning and development, talent management, and professional services, Julie helps organizations create business impact by connecting learning, talent, and organizational change efforts to organizational goals and strategy. Her current research priorities include how organizations are bringing learning into the flow of work, the learning technology landscape and how learning is impacted by the future of work.

As a learning leader inside a professional services firm, she created global onboarding programs, used peer-created learning within leadership training, directed culture change efforts associated with multiple mergers and integrations, and led a globally distributed team. She has also led a managed services business and held a variety of sales, management, recruiting and consulting roles. A Certified Professional in Learning and Performance, Julie holds a master’s degree in communication from Florida State University.

“Learning, to me, is really the currency of the future. . . We didn't just want our people to be able to do the things that they needed to do to get through today. We wanted them to be able to do things to create the future.