As with many industries, the pace of change in the automotive space is accelerating. It stands to reason that the knowledge and skills needed for performance today will not be adequate to succeed in the future. The short runway we will have to develop our learners coupled with the half-life of knowledge estimated at five years, learning and performance organizations need to shift from primarily content producers to creating learning environments that provide quicker access to performance solutions compared to traditional design and build approaches. It's time for us to reposition ourselves as curators, facilitators and enablers of learning based on their needs.
Join Chris Bower as he shares insight into the strategic approach at General Motors — building a learning organization that is capable of supporting the needs of the learners in the rapidly changing workforce.
In this session you will learn about:
- Learning enablers vs. content creators.
- Importance of learner-centricity.
- Learner experience strategy.