Lessons Learned from Large Organizational Ecosystems

Tackling Extended Enterprise Learning

Are you tasked with training users outside of your organization? If so, you’re not alone. Reaching users outside of your internal learning systems can present many challenges, and having a strategy and plan are key to make this a success.

Hear how Bridgestone, Caterpillar, Comcast, and Humentum have each implemented an extended enterprise learning network, allowing them to expand training initiatives to reach their customers, partners, and resellers.

During this interactive panel discussion, learning and development practitioners will share real-world experiences on adopting an extended enterprise approach from a variety of use cases. We will cover everything from the challenges to the successes and how to manage, distribute and report on training content—often at scale, across geographies, and for both internal and external audiences.

Webinar Recording

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Meet The Panelists:

The session is moderated by TJ Seabrooks, CEO at Rustici Software, and the panel speakers include:

  • Julie Hammond
    Manager of Consumer Education, Bridgestone
    Julie is responsible for passenger/light truck tire education. Her background includes instructional design, blended learning solutions, and training analytics.
  • Alfonso Riley
    Learning Technology Consultant, Global Dealer Learning at Caterpillar
    Alfonso has more than 13 years’ experience working in talent development with Caterpillar and is responsible for its GDL Division’s Business and Learning Analytics Development.
  • Jenna Wisniewski
    Senior Program Manager at Comcast
    Jenna is responsible for L&D at Comcast. Her background includes instructional design, adult learning theory, and project management.
  • Ross Coxon
    Director of Learning Collaborative at Humentum
    Ross oversees and grows Humentum's members and associated benefits as well as any member collaboration initiatives.

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