The Future of Learning in the Workplace
A Group Discussion
Facilitated by Scott Millward
In just over three generations, the way we work has transformed into something our great grandparents would barely recognize. In spite of this, our education systems have been slower to adapt.
In the United States the education system is still largely designed to produce learners for a working world that no longer exists. US companies are left with the difficult choice of hiring from a more prepared global workforce or finding ways to upskill their employees at an accelerated rate. Many in the next generation of employees are already taking matters into their own hands by creating learning ecosystems that are disrupting what we think of today as corporate learning and development.
What is the future of learning in the workplace?
Please join us in a group discussion on this topic with broad relevance.
Scott Millward joined Farmers Insurance Group in 2013, and was appointed Chief Learning Officer November of 2015. Prior to joining Farmers, he was the Vice President, Learning and Organization Development from Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. He's a senior human resources executive with a record of creating measurable improvements in the performance of employees. He specializes in enterprise-wide talent management initiatives, especially in large scale change initiatives. Areas of expertise include: Executive Coaching, Leadership and Team Development, Organization Design and Workforce Analytics. He has a Ph.D., Communication (Technology and Public Policy), University of Southern California; M.A. in Intercultural Communication, California State University, Sacramento; B.A., Legal Studies, University of California, Berkeley
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