Feb. 18, 2003


I-Learning in the new millennium Today’s employee development drivers are different from the past. Employee development and training must: · Be related directly to business needs · Be available to all, anywhere and anytime · Drive a continuous learning culture · Allow employees to take a stake in their development · Be driven by a long term business strategy We have seen the changes in our industry demographics, an aging workforce with new generations replacing the “Baby Boomers”. This coupled with our rapidly cycling industry requires a different look at developing our people to be high performers in our new business environments. The goal of today’s learning managers must be to provide curriculum and tools that promote continuous learning throughout a person’s career. This is particularly critical as people must be developed rapidly, prepared for new or cross functional roles or to effectively meet the demands of new technology and processes. How are these drivers being addressed for

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Samuel Newton

Date and Time

Tue, Feb. 18, 2003

11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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