Noorie Sazen, CEO, Saffron Interactive
The workplace is changing faster than ever. The digital revolution means the skills we need in our organisation are shifting rapidly, but organisations are struggling to keep up. It’s our responsibility to close that skills gap by supporting employees through continuous learning.
Thankfully, there’s a wealth of learning technologies to help us do so. Keeping up with the technology itself, though, is another story. AI, point-of-need assistants, chatbots, personalisation, data… how can we possibly harness them all to drive measurable return on investment?
That’s the question this session will answer. We will explore actionable ways to incorporate these tools into your learning strategy through:
Noorie is a former partner at KPMG, having led their People Services business in London and Eastern Counties. She combines an arsenal of business experience, consultancy and change management skills with a love of learning. This has helped her keep Saffron at the forefront of learning technologies innovation.
A sharp analytical mind helps drive business growth for Saffron’s clients. Noorie opens unseen commercial opportunities through strategic change campaigns and learning interventions. A passion for behavioural science informs these, driving transformational performance improvement.
Having worked in both practice and industry, including for BP and Lendlease, Noorie brings a wealth of perspectives to the table. She knows how to manage skills gaps to ensure organisations treat change as a force for good.
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