The Democratization of Learning & Development

Wednesday, December 14, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Future Workplace Webinars
By: Todd Tauber, VP of Product Marketing, Degreed and Michael Miller, Division Manager Global Dealer Learning, Caterpillar

The near future of learning and development (L&D) is already here. And this new reality includes workers and their managers sharing more of the responsibility than you might be used to. That doesn’t mean your L&D organization, practices and tools are obsolete – they still play an important role. But they do need to evolve. These days, the most successful CLOs do more than just “supply” learning. They also enable their workers to take learning into their own hands. Caterpillar has done just that, having created a dynamic learning environment that empowers workers to both discover and track learning at their moment of need, rather than wait for the next formal session.

Join us for this interactive session to explore:

1. Why yesterday’s approaches to L&D are no longer meeting today’s demands.

2. What progressive organizations, like Caterpillar, are doing differently to build more agile and responsive L&D functions.

3. Suggestions for ways you can adapt your strategy, organization and toolkit so you’re ready for this democratic future.



Todd Tauber
Todd Tauber

VP of Product Marketing, Degreed

Todd Tauber is the vice president of product marketing at Degreed. His thought leadership on corporate learning and development has been featured by Chief Learning Officer magazine, the Society for Human Resource Management, and the Association for Talent Development, as well as in the Atlantic, Quartz, and the Wall Street Journal.

Prior to joining Degreed, Todd led the learning practice at Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting's human capital research business. He also led business development at Nomadic Learning and he launched a new corporate learning business at the Economist, the global news publisher. Todd holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a bachelor's degree from the George Washington University.

Michael Miller
Michael Miller

Division Manager Global Dealer Learning, Caterpillar


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