Re-Examining Your Organization’s Training Strategy in the Wake of a Global Pandemic


Allen p
Head of Evangelism, Adobe Digital Learning Solutions
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  • Date and Time
    Tue, Jun 16, 2020 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
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Twenty-twenty has certainly been an eye-opening year. After months of stay at home orders, travel restrictions and social distancing, businesses are starting to wonder what their organizations will do as we approach a phase of viral response that will likely include multiple waves of varied states of alert according to the threat levels across multiple geographies. Corporate learning and development teams were quick to respond to initial changes in the working conditions of employees, but most of those responses were short term modifications to adapt quickly to the new conditions. Many have observed that a post-pandemic world may well be shaped differently. Organizations have significant financial incentives to explore shifting employees to partial or full-time remote status. The rapid eLearning industry was built on the notion that persistent, on-demand training materials could lower costs and improve access to learning content.

For those who have been delaying the shift from face to face, to virtual instruction – the added pressure has clearly come – and with many estimating an ongoing impact for 18-24 months, it is certainly time to consider how your training strategy can and should change to meet these new challenges.

Join Dr. Allen Partridge, Head of Evangelism for Adobe Digital Learning Solutions for this investigation of training strategy in the wake of the pandemic.

Attendees in this session will learn:
• How much change can your organization handle?
• How might you evolve your learning culture and meet the needs of your learners?
• How can you shift the responsibility for more of the learning, onto more of your organization’s experts?
• What role can social learning and UGC play in a rapidly growing online learning experience?
• What kind of technology advancements does Adobe provide to help support such efforts?

About Allen Partridge, Ph.D.

Allen Partridge, Ph.D., is the Head of 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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