Led by Jennifer De Vries
2:30-3:45 Eastern time, Thursday, February 21
Research and experience prove that organizations that develop and implement a comprehensive e-learning strategy are much more likely to succeed with their e-learning programs than those that have only a partial strategy or none at all. One survey indicated that nearly 90 percent of learning professionals consider their e-learning strategy very important or critical to their success, yet only about 30 percent have a complete strategy. E-learning strategy is critical to meeting organizational goals and driving sustainable growth. This session provides a six-part model to gather data and formulate or improve your own e-learning strategy.
As an active participant in this session, you’ll gain new insight into why having and implementing an e-learning strategy is critical to long-term success and develop a plan to create or tweak your own e-learning strategy.
This session will be led by Jennifer De Vries, whose view of strategy is shaped by over 25 years of experience directing successful, award-winning, and profitable training technologies projects.
Jennifer De Vries is the president and chief solutions architect for BlueStreak Learning. Jennifer has over 25 years of experience in managing e-learning programs for companies such as IBM, Motorola, Joint Commission Resources, and Thomson/NETg. She frequently writes on the topic of e-learning for industry journals and is best known for her groundbreaking report about Rapid E-Learning published by Bersin & Associates. In 2010, Jennifer was named one of the top 20 most influential people in online learning by www.onlineuniversityrankings.org. In 2016, Jennifer was named the Most Influential Woman in eLearning by Corporate America News. Her company, BlueStreak Learning (www.bluestreaklearning.com), focuses on helping organizations successfully start and grow high-quality, customer-focused e-learning programs.