Redefining the role of L&D to bring about organisational success

Learning Technologies Asia 2021 will examine how organisations can develop their learning strategies to stay ahead, innovate and grow.
By: | March 5, 2021

The disruption brought forth by the pandemic, and the subsequent changes to the way we work, has seen an increasingly number of organisations prioritising learning and development (L&D) as a key business function as they seek the agility to thrive beyond the pandemic.

If your oganisation is also searching for answers on how you can turn L&D into the focal point to drive organisational growth, join Asia’s leading workplace learning event, Learning Technologies Asia 2021, from March 23-24.

An entirely virtual event, Learning Technologies Asia 2021 is organised by HRM Asia, and provide key insights into how organsiations in Asia-Pacific can more effectively grow and develop their L&D strategies to stay ahead, innovate and grow.

Hear from thought leaders such as Dani Johnson, Co-Founder and Principal Analyst; and Heather Gilmartin Adams, Senior Analyst at RedThread Research, as they examine the key trends and technology innovations that have fundamentally revolutionised learning and employee development journeys.

Looking at the future of learning is Aek Ussivakul, Senior Vice-President, Learning Platform and Data, Siam Commercial Bank, who will explain his thoughts on how “flash” or “invisible learning” will be the next big thing in the era of transformation.

While ‘humanising tech’ may mean designing technology to be humans, Vinisha Jayaswal, Chief Learning Officer, Apollo Hospital Enterprise India, during her session, will advocate the importance of ‘humanising’ mindsets to meet the demands of evolving technology in the L&D space.

Drawing from his experiences as Head, Centre of Innovation in Learning, National Institute of Education, SingaporeDr Samson Tan will delve into how the acceleration of the digital transformation is giving rising to opportunities for L&D professionals to reimagine the future of workplace learning in a post COVID-19 world.

Examining the topic of virtual working and learning, Dr CJ Meadows, Professor of Design Thinking, SP Jain School of Biz; and Director, i2e, The Innovation & Entrepreneurship Centre, Singapore, will share insights and behind-the-scenes stories about virtual collaboration, transformative global education and engaged learning online (ELO).

Highlighting the importance of engaging employees in the L&D process, Roby Tatan, Head of Learning & Development, Sinar Mas Land, Indonesia, will discuss the company’s L&D strategy on engaging employees.

Learning Technologies Asia 2021 is also supported by leading companies providing organisational learning and supporting technologies dedicated to workplace learning. Don’t miss key technology presentations by Androgogic, EdCast, SumTotal and Skillsoft, designed to help you develop the most effective L&D strategies for your organisation.

Also joining us is Ajay Sridharan, Vice-President, India/South East Asia & Middle East, Degreed, who will be sharing their latest State of Skills research report to help you identify what skills are at most risk, or that are high in demand.

Alexander Roche, CEO and Principal Education Technologist, Androgogic Totara, will provide more insights into how and why a Learning Management System (LMS) and a Learning Experience Platform (LXP) can, and should be used together to achieve a modern approach to the development of capability in an organisation.

Click here to reserve your seat, and be part of the L&D discussion at Learning Technologies Asia 2021!

Over the coming weeks, look out for HRM Asia’s HR Leadership Series, which will guide you through all the challenges and opportunities as you navigate through 2021.