Technology

Alec Ross on the Future of Learning

To prepare for the future of learning, CLOs need to be open minded, observe millennials’ behavior for clues and be aware of their own learning habits.

Over the past two decades, technology has transformed every aspect of corporate learning, from the way content is created to where, when and how it is accessed and shared. According to New York Times bestselling author and innovation expert Alec Ross, this is the only the beginning. Ross, who speaks to audiences around the world about the impact of innovation…

Special Report: Learning Technology

Learning leaders should not be scared of technology. They should be scared of what will happen if they don’t learn about and adapt to all of the technology-based changes that are coming.

Learning leaders should not be scared of technology. They should be scared of what will happen if they don’t learn about and adapt to all of the technology-based changes that are coming.

Ready or Not, The Future Is Now

Machine learning is changing the way organizations curate content and manage learners. But are CLOs using its full capabilities?

The most innovative CLOs are crafting new learning strategies in response to technology trends to meet long-term talent development goals.

Learning Leaders, Get Used to Disruption

Traditional learning technology systems like the LMS are being pushed aside in favor of learning experience platforms and tools that fit today’s content and visual learning-driven development needs better.

The future of learning is still being uncovered.

2017 CLO Breakfast Club – Boston

Between fast-moving business, emerging technology, rigorous data analytics and new insights from cognitive science, chief learning officers face a number of significant challenges and opportunities. Success hinges on being agile, resilient, strategic and willing to experiment. Join Chief Learning Officer magazine at the CLO Breakfast Club as we examine the future of learning and the continued evolution of the CLO.