In the face of increasing competition and an accelerating pace of change, organizations are challenged to find ways to gain a competitive advantage. Time is of the essence and productivity is critical. Organizations must therefore ensure their global workforce can access, absorb and apply new information, and develop new skills and knowledge quickly and efficiently. As a result, the world is going mobile.
With the widespread adoption of mobile devices — from smartphones to tablets to notebooks — the global workforce can communicate and connect, create and share, work and play, and learn anytime and anywhere. Organizations are quickly seizing the opportunity to bring mobile learning solutions to the hands of their global workforce. By offering courses and structured learning experiences on mobile devices as well as desktops and laptops, organizations can now provide essential training to employees wherever they are and on their own schedule.
In this webinar, industry expert Lance Dublin will discuss the current trends in mobile learning, share the latest research and identify key factors in addressing the needs of a global workforce for courses and structured learning experiences delivered on mobile devices. From the experiences of TripAdvisor, Qualcomm and other organizations you will learn important lessons you can apply. And, you will leave this webinar with valuable insights to ensure the success of mobile learning with a global workforce.
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Lance Dublin - Chief Solution Architect Dublin Consulting
Lance Dublin is an independent management consultant, author and speaker based in San Francisco and serving clients worldwide. He applies his expertise in strategy development, program design, change management and organizational development to revitalizing organizational learning through the application of new technologies and approaches, implementing large-scale change and transforming learning organizations. Dublin brings to his work more than 30 years of experience in adult education and training, communication and change management, organizational design and development, and new technologies and business re-engineering.
Dublin has worked across a wide range of industries including financial services and insurance, technology and information services, pharmaceutical and health care, oil and gas, chemical, communications, hospitality and food services, and both the government and non-governmental agencies.