Embracing Disruption: How One Multinational is Changing its Approach to Learning

Available: On-Demand

Digital disruption and flatter workplace organizations are changing employee expectations regarding corporate learning. Organizations must take advantage of the opportunities created by these changes and align existing organizational expertise to them in order to fulfill business objectives. In this session, we’ll take you with us on our journey from tactical learning solution providers to strategic business partners focused on driving company performance. We’ll discuss how Hewlett Packard Enterprise has embraced the consumerization of learning and how we’re changing both our infrastructure and culture to exceed employee expectations for learning and drive company performance. 

Key takeaways will include:  

  • An understanding of how one multinational is approaching significant disruptions and the consumerization of learning.
  • Practical suggestions for what’s worked and what hasn’t yet.
  • A roadmap for navigating the necessary transition from formal training provider to integrated talent and performance partner.

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rebekah_sq.jpg    Rebekah Harvey
head of business and professional career solutions learning and development
   Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Rebekah Harvey is the head of business and professional career solutions learning and development at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. She and her team are responsible for all compliance, regulatory, and professional skills curriculum development and implementation.

She previously served as the vice-president of talent development and technical learning solutions, and vice-president of global learning solutions development for Hewlett-Packard providing content creation and learning solution development for all functions and job roles within the company.

Prior to joining HP, Harvey spent nearly a decade in the wireless telecom industry leading training and enablement activities in both sales and customer service environments.

Harvey currently serves on several boards aimed at promoting both childhood and adult learning. She earned a doctorate in education with a specialization in training and performance improvement in 2007.

robertson_sq.jpg    Robert Robertson
strategic programs manager

   Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Robert Robertson is currently a strategic programs manager at Hewlett Packard Enterprise. His current focus is on instructional design and the introduction of new technologies related to learning.

Previous roles include senior manager of instructional design for Hewlett Packard Sales Learning and Development, training manager for global learning solutions development, and sales enablement lead.

Robertson joined HP in 2002. Prior to joining HP, Robertson worked for Compaq Computer Corporation and Executrain.

Robertson holds a master’s in politics from New York University.