In this video series, learning and development leaders join Ryan Austin, CEO at Cognota,
to discuss challenges and opportunities in learning operations.
Ryan is joined by Rob Lauber, former CLO at McDonald’s, to talk about structuring L&D functions for global operations and the shift to a “big picture” perspective for L&D.
Jon Kaplan, Principal and Founder at Corvantus Consulting, shares his insights into working with business partners, learning interventions, and creating business impact.
Former CLO at TELUS and founder of the Pontefract Group, Dan shares his thoughts on how L&D leaders can bring empathy and collaboration to learning functions of all structures.
Ryan is joined by Karie Willyerd, CLO at Visa, to talk about running L&D like a business, scaling learning operations and fuelling growth in the midst of a labor shortage.
In this episode, Martha Soehren, PhD, former Chief Talent Development Officer at Comcast, talks connecting learning solutions to business impact stories.
In this episode, Nick Howe, former CLO at Hitachi and Area9 Lyceum, discusses the dichotomy of learning outcomes and business outcomes and how to connect them.
In this episode, David Barone, Learning and Talent Management Consultant at The Josh Bersin Company, chats about the time and place for creativity in L&D.
In this episode, Maria Feay, Director of Learning and Quality Coaching at Quantum Health, discusses how learning teams can improve operational efficiencies.
Dr. Sydney Savion, CLO at Cityblock Health, joins Ryan to discuss how to run L&D like a business and making data analytics an accessible reality for your team.
In this episode, Christopher Lind shares how his “digital-first” mindset and approach to data results in enhanced operational efficiency for L&D functions.
Ryan Austin is an entrepreneur who has spent over 10 years driving improvements in learning and development. In his current role as CEO at Cognota, the first operations platform for L&D, Ryan is focused on developing innovative products to enable training functions to work smarter, not harder.