Every organization has a learning ecosystem, just like every business has a culture — whether intentionally or not.
Cargill intentionally built its learning ecosystem as a connected collection of people, processes, content, technology and culture that deliver, integrate and support its learning and development (L&D) function across the organization. And, it’s been wildly successful, unlike some more ad hoc approaches.
By partnering closely with business stakeholders, Cargill’s head of global learning and development, Julie Dervin, and her team learned how to select the right best-of-breed technologies based on use cases and business priority — a win-win for the business and the learners.
Join us for this complimentary Training Industry webinar, sponsored by Intrepid, to learn how the Cargill team effectively uses multiple integrated technologies within its learning ecosystem. Julie will share Cargill’s continued journey to develop its ecosystem, starting with how it identified the need, solved for this need, and both evaluated and evolved its interlocking technologies from business feedback. The webinar will also answer questions — like “Why do I need more than what I already have?” — that so many L&D professionals are asking themselves as they scramble to effectively navigate 2020.
In this interactive webinar, you will learn:
- The value and essential components of a modern learning technology ecosystem that puts the learner at the center.
- How to align to core business needs and develop a flexible learning ecosystem comprised of best-of-breed technologies.
- How the Cargill team effectively uses multiple technologies to provide a seamless learner experience.