On September 11, 2023, CTDO Nexters added their practical examples about how to put learning in the flow of work.
ADP is using AI to enhance knowledge management and keep workers productive.
Show the value of virtual learning to demonstrate business impact. In Designing Virtual Learning for Application and Impact, virtual learning expert Cindy Huggett teams with evaluation experts Jack and Patti Phillips and learning transfer authority Emma Weber to create a guidebook for TD practitioners to ensure that their online programs achieve measurable results beyond the virtual classroom. This practical book outlines a design process focused on how to deliver on-the-job application of learning and a positive impact on business results.
Navigate the uncertainty surrounding this expanding technology to tap into it for TD good.
On July 27 2021, CTDO Next members co-designed the structure and process of their first hybrid meeting, CTDO Next at ATD 2021.
On June 29 2021, Sae Schatz, Director of the ADL Initiative, discussed how the Department of Defense is building a future learning ecosystem to transform talent development with personalized and point-of-need education and training.
On April 23, 2019, CTDO Next members learned about the LEADx tool Amanda, a virtual coach that combines behavioral science, AI, and expert content to democratize access to coaching resources in organizations.
On March 25 2021, Lou Tedrick, VP of Global Learning and Development at Verizon, and Derek Belch, CEO of immersive learning solution provider Strivr, shared how the use of virtual reality has helped to drive Verizons learning strategy.
In the past few years, ATD has explored the role of learning management systems, e-learning authoring and delivery platforms, social learning tools, and virtual classroom platforms in separate research studies. A learning technology ecosystem was defined as the tools and platforms an organization uses to create, deliver, manage, and analyze its learning content.
During the February 2019 virtual meeting, CTDO Next members discussed the role and responsibility of talent development in an organizations adoption of technology.
Virtual Classrooms: Leveraging Technology for Impact highlights how organizations design, develop, deliver, and support virtual classroom training. Based on a survey of talent development professionals, the report provides data-driven insights for helping talent development leaders optimize their approach for driving learning transfer before, during, and after virtual classroom training.
Help employees achieve digital fluency by understanding their working styles related to tech.
On June 15, 2020, during a CTDO Next working session, members consulted one of their own about how to create a framework to maximize virtual learning.
For talent development, this is no different.The fields of artificial intelligence and talent development have been on a collision course for decades, and their convergence has already occurred. On the horizon, AI-powered innovations are transforming the workplace and the role of the talent development professional, affecting recruiting to training to compensation.
Your Groundbreaking Framework for Measurement and Reporting Most people find measurement, analytics, and reporting dauntingand LD professionals are no different. Measurement Demystified: Creating Your LD Measurement, Analytics, and Reporting Strategy is a much-needed and welcomed resource that breaks new ground with a framework to simplify the discussion of measurement, analytics, and reporting as it relates to LD and talent development practitioners.
Video for Learning: Engaging, Reaching, and Influencing examines organizations use of video in talent development programs, comparing the practices of high performing organizations to other organizations. It explores how organizations use videos in their learning programs, how they make videos accessible to learners, how they develop videos, and whether they incorporate animation and interactivity into their learning videos.
Corporate universities and in-person training are taking the backseat to digital learning options.
Effective technology decision making must be a top priority for TD executives.