Panel Presentation LTG209
Creating Learning Cultures
Date Friday, Nov 29 Time –
All organisations have a learning culture, but how good is it? If the culture is that training is a punishment, or that learning can only happen in a formal environment, then it is poorly adapted for today, and will not support the organisation. So how do you create a great learning culture that supports learning in all its forms, with engaged managers as well as employees, and leaders understanding that learning is not just a matter of formal interventions? Our panellists have been there and done it, so come learn from their experiences!
Lernhacks GbR, Germany
Learning Culture Canvas
- Business consultant specialized in Corporate Learning
Developing innovative learning strategies for leading international companies / organizations, e.g.:
- How to link Corporate Learning closely to Corporate Strategy?
- How can agile learning support agile work?
- How to prepare employees as well as organizations for a more self-directed, autonomous model of learning?
- How to integrate learning routines into daily work?
- How to transform the learning culture of an organization?
- How to leverage the potential of digitization in learning?
innogy SE, Germany
Take Your Roots and Walk with Them Out of the Learning Stone Age
In my breast two hearts are beating: the one of a carpenter and the one of a performance supporter. I love building things regardless whether that are wooden constructions or solutions which help people perform better.
Analysis of the given, defining the target, identifying the gap and then building what fits is my pleasure. Currently I'm keen in using SCRUM for my private building project: A little farm nearby the cost of the Eastern Sea. What is really fun: to apply something out of the one heart-business to the other.
Wouter Jan Kleinlugtenbelt
AkzoNobel, The Netherlands
Building a High-impact Learning Culture at AkzoNobel
Global Learning & Development Leader with track record in corporate environment and business consulting. Worked with global companies to improve and professionalize Learning, Talent Management and Capability Development. Passionate about future proofing capability development with a clear vision on the future of Learning and Development.
Panopto EMEA, UK
Eight Ways Businesses Get Value from a Video Platform
Peter has over 10 years’ experience working with organisations to help them select and implement technology-based solutions which enhance the learning experience. Peter has worked with many clients to enable them to realise the potential of blended learning approaches by integrating video into their training and onboarding programmes. Currently Peter is the General Manager for Panopto EMEA, a leading Video Platform software provider. Panopto is used by hundreds of educational and corporate organisations worldwide and currently serves over 5 million end-users at businesses and universities across the world. Peter holds a BSc in Management awarded by Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and also holds an MBA from the London Metropolitan University.