L&D Go Beyond Podcast: Curation & Learning Ecosystems – Dealing With the Complexity That Damages Learning Culture
In this podcast, Amit Garg speaks with Toby Harris, who is the Director of Product Marketing at Filtered, a learning tech company. Toby has an extensive experience in various roles like sales, marketing & project management and has closely observed the industry dynamics. He is excited about working with clients who are willing to break the rules to apply research and to have challenging conversations inside their organizations. He is an ardent believer of how learning science and learning research has brought about a sea-change in large organizations and thereby is influencing the decision making.
In the context of this discussion, Toby touches upon Curation and Learning Ecosystems. He elaborates on what they do at Filtered, that is helping organizations get the best return on their L&D spend by using data to decide on the most important skills for an organization, analyzing and filtering it to zero in on the relevant content, and delivering it via LXP or multi-channel campaign. This is where curation comes in.
The discussion also covers transitions in the industry with regard to what influences decision making and how there have been positive changes that have made the industry decision makers to consider using curation and creation prudently to achieve their learning goals.
The talk primarily revolves around the following points:
- Curation being a critical attribute of a healthy workplace ecosystem
- Contextualizing & aligning the curation with organizational goals
- How creation remains critical for unique & most impactful requirements
- Identifying gaps in creation through curation & vice-versa
- Analyzing complexity types hindering the learning culture
This and much more shared in this podcast. Do tune in.
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