In nearly every area of business, the speed of change is outpacing the speed of learning. As it transformed its training business, IBM also transformed its credential strategy with digital badges, leading to a dramatic improvement in nearly every metric: Attendance is up, course completions are up, and more students are returning to take additional courses. In this session, you’ll see the results IBM has achieved by transforming its credential program. Then, you’ll get a step-by step, fast-paced lesson on how you can implement a program and achieve similar results. You’ll leave with a checklist showing how you can get started quickly without a big investment in resource or cost.
Join us for this TICE Virtual session as your host, Jim Daniels, worldwide program manager for IBM’s Digital Badge Program, will show you how IBM has transformed its certification program with digital badges.
This interactive session will provide easy-to-understand insights on:
- See the results IBM has achieved by transforming its credential program.
- Discover the secrets to creating a world-class program from the IBM playbook.
- Learn the ten-step plan to get started quickly without a big investment in resource or cost.
|Jim Daniels, Senior Program Delivery Manager, Global Training Services and Skills Accreditation, IBM
Jim Daniels is a senior program delivery manager for IBM’s education and accreditation growth initiatives, which are aimed at driving transformation and expansion of IBM’s training and skills recognition programs worldwide. He is responsible for delivery architecture and operational strategy for IBM’s Digital Badge Program. Jim has served in a range of global leadership roles, with emphasis on education development and delivery, professional consulting, and technical sales business strategy and execution. This includes the development and launch of IBM’s first self-paced virtual course delivery strategy, along with the first self-paced learning library platform leveraged by IBM’s worldwide services and technical sales organization.