Director of Eng. Learning at Microsoft, Chris Shaffer, shared how he has helped the company shape its strong learning culture throughout his 30+ years of experience with the org.
Leadership Development partner at HubSpot, Stephanie McClellan shares the manager's role in engaging and retaining talent.
By empowering internal people easily teach one another, Twitter University allowed Twitter to create a strong culture of learning company-wide.
LinkedIn shares how their team incorporates methodologies to their instructional design process for useful eng training experiences.
Spotify shares how they creates a collaborative environment through peer-to-peer learning to speed up their innovation.
Peer Learning Framework is the best practices to create a culture of learning in your organization. This framework came out of building Twitter University.
Jasmine Robinson from Netflix shares how they empower their subject-matter-experts as instructors to deliver effective workshops.
Since Shopify went 100% remote, their Latinx ERG at Shopify created a vibrant globally-distributed virtual community to help support and engage employees.
Netflix found out that to truly operate at scale, they needed to add back a missing ingredient, one that's seemingly the least-scalable—the human touch.
Narsi Nagampalli and Sandi Friend from LinkedIn shared the methods their team is using to close the knowledge gap for engineers.
Saša Gargenta explains how his team grew to include over 200 engineer instructors who both teach and facilitate learning.
Here, Oliver Liao, learning and development lead at Square, explains how his team found their focus during a challenging year.
Mike Hruska from Allen Interactions shares a series of tools organizations can use to transform their L&D processes proactively.
Here we explore the genesis of Twitter University from Marko Gargenta's unique perspective as the entrepreneur who brought it to them.
Brian Chesky, co-founder and CEO of Airbnb shares how their product shaped their mission.
This socially-distanced way of working has been so effective that the tech world is making it semi-permanent.
As onboarding has shifted online for many companies, Lyft want to make remote onboarding the best product ever!
Sravani Tammiraju and Matt Peters from Visa University explained how they redesigned their ILT for a virtual world.
Here is what Justin McSharry, Dropbox’s Global Head of Leadership Development, had to say about democratizing and scaling coaching.
Microsoft has about 150,000 employees. Moving the entire ship, especially to an entirely virtual experience, is challenging.
Here is what Shopify had to say about the tools and processes that are needed to solve remote-first learning & development challenges.
Kelly Scanlan from Box shared how she managed to take a Box certification program from an NPS of 0 to NPS of 67 in just six short months.
How Haidee Thanda & Andrew Barrett Introduced PlusPlus and Peer-to-Peer Learning at Shopify.
Jen Gilbert from Lyft has spent the past year creating an onboarding program that sets their entire engineering team up for success.
How do you build an environment that fosters learning at your company? Author and Consultant Ron Lichty explains.
Learning is a means to helping people have the right skills. We're able to give our employees the right set of tools to learn and grow in their fields.
How do you maintain a learning environment going forward? Ron Lichty, consultant and former Apple team lead, explains.
People naturally want to share their skills with fellow coworkers. Often, they don’t think they know how. It turns out that a bit of a system can help.
Nazhat Salim from Credit Karma shares how the Talent Development team created and continues to evolve Credit Karma University.
Jessica Amortegui from Logitech created the Leadership Leap program, which offers an innovative approach to leadership development.
Keith Gatto describes how he has applied psychology to a business context to create positive work cultures where innovation can flourish.
Rajon Tumbokon from LinkedIn talks about what they learned from feedback and metrics that led to redesigning their new hire ‘bootcamp’.
Victoria Sevilla describes how her team is changing the way that leadership development is carried out, and the success of their Genius Maker program.