A Little Change Goes a Long Way; Organizational Learning as a Resource for Change Management


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Director of Digital Learning Evangelism, Adobe Digital Learning Solutions
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Sooner or later, we all have to change. The march of progress is inevitable and nowhere more so than in today's light-speed business environments. Nonetheless, organizations are often change resistant and figuring out methods to incite and inspire change can be an enormous challenge for business leaders. Many of those leaders are now turning to their training departments with expectations that managing change can come from learning leaders. How do we address those needs? And how do we deal with the inevitable resistance?

Join Adobe's Dr. Allen Partridge, Head of Digital Learning Evangelism for this engaging exploration of practical strategies to encourage innovation, one little step at a time.

In this session, attendees will:
Develop and implement a change management strategy aligned to your organizational training needs
  • Change management overview
  • Strategies
  • Learning programs as change management

Learn how to build strategic partnerships with organizational managers
  • Approach program implementation one division or unit at a time
  • Build alliances by delivering results
  • Prototypical alignment to divisions - e.g., sales
  • Leverage past victories to create an evidence-based foundation for your enterprise learning programs

About Allen Partridge, Ph.D.

Allen Partridge, Ph.D., is the Director of Digital Learning Evangelism at Adobe Digital Learning Solutions and has 20 years of experience in e-learning, education, games, and multimedia development. He has researched and reported on authentic educational solutions for audiences around the world for the past decade. Allen is recognized for his many online video tutorials and e-seminars, which are a mainstay for e-learning developers and trainers learning to create effective online educational materials.

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