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Client Case Study: Royal Bank of Canada with Alan Richardson

The future of learning includes things like VR, adaptive learning, and a skills-based approach. Royal Bank of Canada is already planning for the future, and skills data is at the forefront. Find out how the company is using data to inform key aspects of its learning strategy, to improve outcomes for its employees and make the business more competitive. You'll leave this session excited to tackle your next learning project, whether you're kickstarting a new initiative or tweaking your existing operations. 

 

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About Your Speaker

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Alan Richardson, Vice President, Learning & Development, Royal Bank of Canada

Alan Richardson leads the enterprise Learning and Development group, which designs and delivers innovative learning solutions for employees globally across RBC and delivers award-winning internship programs such as Career Launch and the Graduate Leadership Program. Alan is accountable for executing the strategy to re-imagine Learning in a rapidly transforming business environment, and introducing innovation learning approaches in support of building a digitally-enabled relationship bank.

Previously at RBC Alan held roles such as VP of HR Transformation, HR Business Partner, and led the Organizational Effectiveness team responsible for Change Management and Organization Design.

Prior to RBC Alan worked as a management consultant across a range of topics and industries with The Boston Consulting Group. Primarily focused on Financial Services, he also worked in Retail, Consumer Goods, Information Services, Pharma, Mining and Food Service. Alan concentrated on organizational and operational transformation and related topics (Human Resources, Change Management, Culture etc.).

“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.