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Digital disruption is far more than a dot on the workplace horizon; the ripple effects continue to influence the workforce. Leaders must provide support for learning in the workforce, but today’s workers must also own the role of being continuous, connected learners. Meeting the Fourth Industrial Revolution’s demands workers who think beyond passively participating in provided learning experiences. They need to become active participants, engaging in the learning enterprise and shaping their personal learner journeys. Join GP Strategies’ Chief Learning and Innovation Officer Matt Donovan as he explores strategies for developing continuous and connected learners who maintain their lifelong learning journeys.
In this session, we will:
- Recognize the Fourth Industrial Revolution’s impact on the workplace
- Explore the ways learners access today’s learning to create meaningful learning journeys
- Identify ways to harness technology to enable a continuous and connected learner
- Analyze tools to support designers and developers as they create the ecosystem for generating success