Putting the final edits on our Learning 2011 Program Guide and thought that readers of this Design Blog would be interested in this session we have scheduled from Intel:
Learning @ Intel: Decentralized, Global & No CLO
Allison Anderson, Intel, Learning Innovations Program Manager
We are a combination of small and large learning organizations serving a population diverse in culture, age, job role and geography. The learning landscape at Intel is complex, to say the least. Explore the challenges and benefits of serving the brightest, most driven employees in the world, in a wholly decentralized learning function. We'll look at leading-edge programs and key "wins" from across the company.
- A look inside Intel's leadership development
- Going beyond the community hype cycle
- Creating effective learning experiences: the secret sauce
As we have DESIGNED the sessions, one of our guidelines has been to reach for real diversity in organizational models. Some organizations have a true "C" level CLO, others have a CLO that is more a VP for Training and others, like Intel have opted to not have a Global CLO.
This is an interesting look at how a complex organization develops leadership, learning communities and more - in a wholly decentralized learning function. Learn more about learning at Intel in 41 days from now at Learning 2011.