We get it: industry buzzwords and trends are exciting. Gamification, microlearning, augmented reality, interactive video, xAPI, mobile learning, curation, adaptive learning, social learning… all shiny objects, to be sure. But not all that glitters is learning gold. Unless L&D leaders approach these hot trends with a discerning eye toward the business case, they could wind up wasting resources by chasing fads that fail to deliver bottom-line impact or meet core business objectives.
During this on-demand webinar, Caveo CEO Jeff Carpenter takes a look at the trends shaping the present and future of learning & development. Based on real-world use cases and insights from numerous Fortune 500 companies and other organizations with innovative learning groups, Carpenter offers guidance on which trends are providing recognizable value, which ones are distractions from the real work of enhancing performance.
Learning is getting more customized, more adaptive, and made available however and wherever—and budgets are not increasing as the same rate as expectations. Thus, the only trend that really matters is delivering greater business value. Watch this webinar to better ensure your L&D organization is not simply ahead of the curve, but is innovating to drive enterprise-wide benefits.
Chief Learning Officers (CLOs), VPs of Training, Training Directors and Managers, Human Resources VPs and Directors, CEOs, and COOs
Jeff Carpenter is founder and CEO of Caveo Learning, which delivers ROI-focused strategic learning and performance solutions to Fortune 1000 organizations in a wide range of industries. Jeff has presented at some of the nation’s foremost learning & development conferences, including Elliott Masie’s Learning, the Corporate L&D Institute, the Learning Leaders Conference, and the Center for Talent Reporting’s Annual Conference.
He has been published in Chief Learning Officer, Learning Solutions Magazine, Training, CIO, and Workforce, among others. He holds a master’s in training and development from Roosevelt University and a bachelor’s in human resources from the University of Nebraska.