Phillips Consulting Holds Digital Learning Forum July 3

Phillips Consulting will, on July 3, 2019, hold its annual digital learning roundtable. This year’s event will expand the conversation on digital transformation with a focus on how organisational leaders can raise digital intelligence in their workplace.

In a statement by Modupe Thomas Owoseni, managing consultant in PCL’s digital learning & technology practice, “digital transformation is not just about technology, but also a people-centric initiative.  Therefore, for any organisation to stay relevant in the knowledge economy, they need to empower their employees with the right skill to align with the demands of the current wave of digital disruption”.

On his part, Paul Ayim, the senior partner responsible for People transformation and learning stated: “For digital transformation to be effective, organisations need to focus on fostering an environment that allows employees learn in a seamless and borderless manner, effectively embedding learning in their workflow.”

“This will equip employees with the knowledge required to make significant inputs into identified transformation efforts,” he added.

Delegates at the event will be thrilled by the delightful Funke Amobi, Country Head of Human Capital at Stanbic IBTC, who will deliver the keynote address focusing on what CEOs, Directors of HR and Chief Learning Offices must do to shift the conversion beyond just talk to actionable steps that will raise the digital intelligence of their workforce, thus getting ready for what lies ahead.

Following this, Paul Ayim, Senior Partner at pcl. People Transformation and Learning will share insights on current and future trends that are shaping corporate learning.

On his part, Shane Kirwan, Channels Director for the EMEA region at Skillsoft, will speak about how world-class innovations at Skillsoft are helping global organisations make digital learning a reality.

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