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Look into the Future of Training at Learning Technologies


Learning and Development Partner with IBM Business Consulting Services Dr Mary Kay Vona plans predict the future for training at next month's Learning Technologies Conference.

Speaking on 'Realising the Vision of the Future of Learning', her plenary session will aim to be an interactive journey into where learning is going and what steps learning managers can take to drive learning transformation and impact in organisations.

Dr Vona said: "We have entered an on demand era where organisations must transform to become more responsive to shifting market needs, more flexible in how they operate, more focused on their core competencies, more nimble at partnering, and more resilient to external threats. Learning should play a critical role in enabling these organisational transformations.

"This will require learning professionals to become change agents in areas such as learning alignment, design, technology, governance, and culture," she added.

Dr Vona has 23 years of training, change management, learning integration and business process experience, focusing on organisational transformation through learning. She specialises in e-learning, enterprise learning strategy, learning management system implementations and content integration.

Before joining IBM, Dr. Vona was a Partner in the Management Consulting Practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers, specialising in learning and development.

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