Marks & Spencer joins learning panel discussion at HRD 2013
Learning technology trends that deliver strategic benefits to organisations will be explored in detail at the CIPD's annual HRD conference and exhibition next week.
The City & Guilds Group, which now includes e-learning specialist Kineo, will be joined by learning professionals from organisations like Marks& Spencer to discuss how technology-led learning can be of use.
Following in-depth research into workplace learning conducted by Kineo at the end of 2012, ten key trends were identified that are delivering real benefits to organisations today. The session will share these and other valuable insights from leading companies including Tesco, Civil Service Learning, Lloyds Banking Group, Bupa and Vodafone. Amongst the panellists will be Jane Daly, head of head office learning and development at Marks and Spencer, who will share her insights on what HR leadership can do to maximise the results of their learning strategies, and the M&S experience.
Those not attending the HRD event can still take part by contributing their thoughts and questions to the Twitter hashtag #HRDLTinsights. There will be a written report of the debate's main points and findings available after the event.
Kineo director Stephen Walsh said: "Our research is based on qualitative analysis of how technology-led learning and development leads deliver strategic benefits within organisations.
"Real-world experts like Jane Daly are on the front line of delivering strategic benefits and as a result, we'll be revealing very practical advice that can be applied to help HRD attendees - and those not attending via the social media coverage - start to deliver these benefits right now."