The most important part of learning is:
The beginning, the middle and the end. Learning is lifelong, and we should all maximize each part of the journey.
The most overrated trend in L&D is:
Virtual reality. While it has significant promise, current price points make wide adoption impractical.
The most overrated trend in L&D is:
Virtual reality. While it has significant promise, current price points make wide adoption impractical.
The most underrated trend in L&D is
Microlearning. This capability has the ability to incorporate learning into the flow of work, providing just-in-time, anytime, anywhere talent development.
Learning is essential to an organization because:
It future-proofs talent while providing ongoing organizational agility.
The biggest industry misconception is:
That it is not a strategic driver toward the attainment of organizational objectives. Companies that are learning organizations are more innovative, adaptable and better able to exceed client expectations.
I got into the L&D space because:
I wanted to positively contribute personalized added value to the enterprise at scale.