The Next Generation of Learning Content Strategies - Learning Content in the Age of YouTube and Facebook


Chris osborn
Vice President of Organizational Strategy, BizLibrary
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Every organization that delivers employee training and development programs must deliver learning content. It’s not an optional part of training programs; in fact the content should be the central or most critical part of every employee development initiative. The challenge in today’s world is that traditional approaches to content might no longer help organizations find, develop and deliver the right content to the right employee at the right time.

In this webinar we will explore the critical elements of the next generation of learning content strategies:
  • Curate – Organizing content to provide context and access       
  • Defining content – The days when learning content was defined as that content the trainers provided are over. In today’s world, content might be anything employees can apply to improve performance on the job – questions and answers, access to subject matter experts, employee generated content, links, articles, videos, etc.    
  • Delivery – We can have great content, but if employees cannot get easy, simple access to it, the content will not work to improve performance. Likewise, we can have a great technology tool, but it’s just an empty shell without great content. Next generation content strategies merge delivery tools with content for the greatest impact.

About Chris Osborn

Chris Osborn is the Vice President of Organizational Strategy at BizLibrary, and he’s been a thought leader in the learning and learning technology space for many years. He is a proponent of a next generation of approaches to employee learning and development that encompasses technology and the requisite skills and core competencies for learning professionals in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous business environment. BizLibrary is at the forefront of thought leadership in the area of next generation learning and learning content strategies and this thought leadership is being driven and directed under Chris’s guidance and leadership.

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