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Setting The Stage for 2018 Learning Transformations

Wednesday, January 24, 2018 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Future Workplace Webinars
By: Don Duquette, Executive Vice President, GP Strategies Learning Solutions Group

Today most companies realize that they are not adequately prepared for the disruptions they expect to emerge from digital trends. Nearly 90% of respondents to a global survey of managers and executives conducted by MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte stated that their industries will be disrupted by digital trends to a great or moderate extent. As companies adjust their strategy to become digital the expectation will be that their learning organizations will be more digital. Join us for an exciting look ahead to the broad implications of digital learning and the emerging trends.

In 2018, the stage is set for transformative moves as last year’s digital learning developments continue to mature and converge, and trends such as adaptive learning, MOOC’s augmented reality and virtual reality increase their presence in the industry. In this interactive webinar, Don Duquette, Executive Vice President of Learning Solutions for GP Strategies Corporation, will deliver easy-to-understand insights on the questions 2018’s learning professionals will be asking, such as:

1. What is digital learning?
2. How can I improve the learner experience?
3. What new developments are ahead in adaptive learning?
4. What are some practical uses for augmented reality?
5. What are some of the tools that I can use to get started with these trends?
 

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Presenter

Don  Duquette
Don Duquette

Executive Vice President, GP Strategies Learning Solutions Group

Don Duquette is Executive Vice President of General Physics Learning Solutions Group. In this position, he is responsible for the company’s global managed learning services practice. Mr. Duquette has over 30 years of global learning and development experience and is a recognized authority on managed learning services and corporate learning and development strategies. He holds a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University and an Executive MBA from Loyola University.


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  • GP Strategies

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