Microlearning for Transformation, Not Information Transfer


Director of Learning Innovation, Grovo Learning
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The modern employee has 1% of their week to focus on training. What can they do with that roughly 24 minutes a week?

Turns out, a lot.

Armed with digestible and easily accessible microlearning experiences, we can create meaningful changes in behavior across our organizations. Along the way, we can help elevate the role of L&D from order takers to change makers.

Join Alex Khurgin, Director of Learning Innovation at Grovo, as he explains the importance of leveraging microlearning when training modern employees and how to create a microlearning strategy of your own to meet the needs of your audience and goals of your company.

In this session, you’ll learn to:
  • Overcome the three misconceptions that block most L&D initiatives from being successful
  • Create microlearning experiences that capture attention, motivate action, and make learning stick
  • Prove and report on behavior change, not meaningless learning metrics

About Alex Khurgin

Alex Khurgin is the Director of Learning Innovation at the workplace learning company, Grovo. A leader in the microlearning movement, Alex has played an integral role in developing Grovo's methodology, using science and psychology to engineer a learning experience for today's modern minds. He is also responsible for developing an internal learning culture at Grovo by facilitating a program for profressional development and self-directed learning for all employees.

Prior to Grovo, Alex developed next generation educational content at leading edtech company Knewton. Alex is among the industry's most passionate proponents of innovative enterprise learning and has presented his insights at conferences such as Techweek, DevLearn, ATD, CLO Innovators and more. Alex graduated with a BA in Philosophy from Amherst College and lives in New York City.

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