The Business Value of Learning
IDC research estimates $12 billion was spent on eLearning content alone in 2017. And yet, many organizations are still unable to identify the business impact of their learning initiatives.
Join us to discover four key strategies for ensuring the success of your learning initiatives. You'll learn how to develop and implement an integrated learning strategy that positively impacts performance, productivity and engagement.
You'll gain insights into:
- Why best-performing companies connect learning to business performance
- How to engage executive management and line managers in your training initiatives
- Tips for delivering highly relevant content that addresses learner needs and business goals
- How to leverage learning technology to identify and maximize L&D's business impact
Watch now to learn how you can create and deliver a high-impact learning strategy!
About the Speakers
Vice President of Marketing, OpenSesame
Diane is Vice President of Marketing at OpenSesame. She has over 20 years of experience working in marketing, product marketing and product management in software, healthcare and biotechnology companies. Diane has spoken at conferences both nationally and regionally on technology and trends in the industry. She is passionate about serving customers and solving the business challenges they have. Prior to her role at OpenSesame, Diane helped co-found a startup and worked at large organizations such as Sage, Becton Dickinson, and Agilent Technologies.
Global Practice Leader - Strategic Services, Saba Software
As the Global Practice Leader in Saba's Strategic Services group, Anita draws on nearly 20 years' experience in consulting and professional services to help HR leaders recruit, engage, develop and retain their talent. Anita has been published in HR Daily Advisor and HRO Today, featured in an interview on BBC Capital and presented at DisruptHR Ottawa and Halogen TalentSpace Live. Although she's worked with hundreds of organizations from IT to healthcare, Anita never loses sight of what HR is really about: people. Anita loves helping organizations manage performance so people are more engaged, happier and productive.