• Dec 15, 2016 from 2:00pm to 3:00pm
  • Location: Online
  • Latest Activity: Aug 31, 2021


Nag Chandrashekar, VP Products Learning Mobile and Assessment, Saba

During this webinar, we will discuss the key trends in learning and how to make the connection between learning and development, talent management and an engaged and high-performance business. This will include:

  • the evolution of learning
  • the notion of an invisible LMS
  • personalisation and intelligent recommendations
  • mobile devices: endless learning possibilities
  • the engagement gap: linking learning to business performance

Nag Chandrashekar

Nag is a results oriented Product leader with fifteen plus years of strong product strategy & management experience in enterprise learning and collaboration Systems with a proven ability to create highly engaging products accompanied with a compelling product vision. As the head of learning product strategy at Saba, Nag was responsible for spear-heading the development and adoption of an intelligent talent management Cloud platform servicing hundreds of large enterprise customers and 15+ Million users. He is a known thought leader in the learning and content space. He has strong management consulting experience in diverse industries and companies with a track record of successful client interactions. He has a Masters in Computer Science & Engg from Lehigh University.

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Making personalized, collaborative learning a reality 
Joel Hellermark, CEO & Founder, Sana Labs 
Collaboration and personalisation are two trends that dominate contemporary thinking about workplace learning. 
Collaborative learning involves synchronous, interactive live sessions with groups of learners, and is powered by social dynamics and community. 
Personalization focuses on self-paced instruction that responds to the unique needs of every learner, and is powered and scaled by AI. 
Is it possible to combine these two? According to Joel it is. In this session, he will explore what it means to combine these two approaches in entirely new ways—using social dynamics to increase engagement while responding to each learner’s needs to improve learning outcomes. Join us to explore the exciting possibilities of personalized, collaborative learning.
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