Achieving Learning Efficiencies: Turning What You Have Into What You Need


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VP Solutions, PeopleFluent
Chief Technology Officer, PeopleFluent
Jim johnson 0060 edited
Product Manager, PeopleFluent
Dawn b
Senior Strategic Marketing Manager, PeopleFluent
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  • Date and Time
    Thu, Jan 21, 2021 at 12PM Pacific / 3PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
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At a time when resources may be tight but demand is high, we need to work more creatively with the tools we have. Or, at a minimum, succinctly describe why you need something else and the value it will bring. In this session, listen to L&D tech experts and practitioners as they provide you with a new way to think about the tools you have and learn how to turn that “learning stack” into the “learning ecosystem” that meets your objectives, supports the culture you want, and achieve goals.

You’ll hear how some of the most well known global companies of all sizes (remember, Twitter has fewer than 4000 employees and Etsy less than 1000) have designed and redesigned learning ecosystems to adapt to remote working and pandemic restrictions. The design is unique to each company but the process is the same and we are about to share that with you.
  • Identify the learning objections that are “priority” for you in 2021 and beyond.
  • Describe the learning culture you have and need to support your objectives.
  • Tease out the competencies and features that exist within your learning technologies and create an ecosystem that has your organization positioned to perform.
  • Make learning work for your employees and extended enterprise.

About Jeff Fissel

Jeff has spent his career in the video learning space. With roots in using video for eLearning as an entrepreneurial college student, he led the integration of what was KZO Innovations' video technology into what is now the Instilled LXP. Jeff has served as an adviser on video to some of the world's top companies and often shares his thought leadership at conferences, web events, and publications with the industry's top outlets.

About T J Seabrooks

TJ Seabrooks has served in various roles from software development to technical sales and CEO of Rustici Software, but most recently has stepped into the role of CTO for PeopleFluent. TJ is influential in the evolution of eLearning standards–he played an integral role in the contribution to two Broad Agency Announcements (BAAs) awarded to Rustici by Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative (ADL) and has been a key contributor to the xAPI specification since 2012. TJ has an M.S. in Computer Science from Vanderbilt University and a B.S. in Computer Science from Mount Vernon Nazarene University.

About Jim Johnson

Jim is a mild-mannered reformed politician turned product manager for PeopleFluent, working in the human capital management space, and dabbling as an amateur thespian and adroit confectioner. After a decade in Florida politics, he returned to a keen interest in technology as a project manager for a small software consulting company. Jim shifted to the human capital management space in 2007 joining a company named Intelladon, later acquired by Tribridge, which was then acquired for DXC Technology.  Most recently, he moved to Raleigh, North Carolina to become part of the PeopleFluent product management team.

About Dawn Baron

Dawn enjoys helping businesses and learning professionals alike find solutions to overcoming obstacles in the corporate learning space. As a product marketing manager for PeopleFluent Learning, gomo Learning and Instilled LXP, she has the opportunity to hear what challenges the profession is currently facing and works with the gomo and instilled teams to position learning technologies to facilitate these issues. Dawn has spent the majority of her career in corporate learning as Vice President of Marketing for the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and as the president of her own marketing consultancy focused on messaging education throughout businesses and associations.



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