Disruptive Trends in Talent Development

Corey Greendale, Industry Analyst and Venture Capitalist at First Analysis
This webinar took place June 28th, 2017

Join us for a webinar with Corey Greendale, human capital technology industry analyst and venture capitalist of First Analysis. During the webinar, Corey will discuss key developments in the L&D landscape and share his predictions on what the future holds.

The world of talent development is undergoing substantial change, as a number of factors drive L&D up the strategic priority list for employers of all sizes. Shortages of qualified workers in high-demand fields such as technology, sales, and marketing are making it difficult for companies to meet their talent needs solely by recruiting outside the organization, while the accel­erating pace of change in the knowledge economy means workers need to be continually upgrading their skills in order to keep their employers and themselves competitive.

As the need for continual upskilling intensifies, the ways employees develop their capabilities are evolving and multiplying, with proliferation of new technologies allowing workers to take their profes­sional development into their own hands, and to make learning a continuous part of their daily routine, rather than a once-a-year requirement.

Join this webinar to learn:

  • key trends in the learning and development landscape
  • employer and employee responses to challenges in talent development
  • insights into what the future of professional development and talent sourcing holds
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Corey Greendale is a Managing Director at First Analysis specializing in research and investment in software-as-a-service (SaaS) businesses, particularly in human capital technology. He provides research coverage of leading private and publicly traded companies in his sectors. His work has been cited for excellence in the Wall Street Journal’s “Best on the Street” survey, in Forbes, and in the Financial Times. Prior to joining First Analysis in 2000, he was a development analyst at Systema Corp., where he designed training programs for several large pharmaceutical companies. He earned an MBA with high honors from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a bachelor’s degree from Stanford University, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa.

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