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Enabling Learning: How McDonald’s is Driving a Learning Technologies Foundation to Accelerate Global Change Capabilities

January 26, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST Free

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With over 36,000 locations in more than 120 countries worldwide, McDonald’s is an iconic global brand. With an aggressive strategy to transform McDonald’s into a modern and progressive burger company, the need for a learning technology foundation that delivers a consistent employee learning experience is critical to enabling change across the business. With such a large and diverse workforce, what is the approach McDonald’s is using to increase the value of its learning and development efforts?

In this webinar, McDonald’s Chief Learning Officer, Rob Lauber, and Director of Learning Technologies, Jack Sylvester, will share how the Learning & Development function is actively partnering with IT. Together, they are implementing a best-in-class L&D foundation that enables employee development, improves the customer experience, ensures rapid global adoption and, most importantly, fully aligns with the company’s strategic business initiatives.

In this webinar, you will gain insights into how McDonald’s is:

  • Aligning learning and development with their global business strategy
  • Globalizing learning technology and processes to ensure a more efficient and consistent impact on the business
  • Leveraging the cloud to drive cost efficiencies, simplify training, and deliver a modern user experience

Don’t miss your chance to discover best practices in training and development from the top learning executives at McDonald’s.

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