Meeting rescheduled due to Houston weather conditions.
Beer Market Co. in Midtown.
3304 Milam, Houston, TX 77006
According to a survey of Chief Learning Officer Business Intelligence Board, a majority (59 percent) of CLOs say their outlook for 2018 is more optimistic than 2017, with 29 percent saying their outlook is the same and 11 percent less optimistic.
That optimism translates to an anticipated increase in cash in 2018. Only 14 percent of survey respondents expect a decrease in spending and about one-third (32 percent) say their spending will stay about the same.
Where will those increased dollars go? The highest priorities are learning strategy and content delivery, with 56 percent and 48 percent respectively saying those are either essential or high priority spending categories.
According to CLO Business Intelligence Board data, the top three areas of learning technology spending are e-learning, analytics and instructor-led delivery. Despite the emergence of powerful new technology and tools like MOOCs, video-based microlearning and AI-fueled learning apps, e-learning remains the industry’s largest technology spend.
We are all watching for learning technologies that can streamline our learning management systems, increase employee engagement, and enhance training. What learning trends will take hold and make an impact this year?
In this session, we will discuss the emerging learning technology trends for 2018. What’s hot? What’s not? What are we all going to be talking about this year?
ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports: Learning Technologies, Managing Learning Programs
Speaker: Debbie Richards, president of Creative Interactive Ideas, was named one of the most influential people in corporate eLearning in 2017.
Debbie serves as a consultant to corporations and organizations, and she currently works with clients to design, develop, and deliver adult learning programs with measurable impact through the use of emerging technologies. She is passionate about working with and mentoring other learning professionals.
She is a past president of the ATD Houston chapter and currently serves as the VP of Marketing and Communications.