Reimagining Learning Content at Paychex

Wednesday, January 14, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Leslie Farinella, Chief Operations Officer, Xyleme and Dan Schaeffer, Learning Designer, Paychex

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When learning content is strategic to your business, as it is at Paychex, how do you evolve your content strategy and management practices for maximum impact, efficiency, and alignment?

Leslie Farinella, content strategy expert and consultant, will provide a straightforward look at the pros and cons of moving to a collaborative authoring approach based on a single source.

Dan Schaeffer, learning designer at Paychex, will share the company's journey to high-performance learning content and offer best practices for managing change to ensure successful adoption.

In this session, you will learn:

  • the critical elements of content strategy in the modern age
  • the pros and cons of single-source authoring and publishing
  • best practices for leading your organization to efficient and effective learning content.


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Leslie Farinella
Leslie Farinella

Chief Operations Officer, Xyleme

Leslie Farinella has worked as a training strategy and design consultant for the last 15 years. Most recently, she has focused on helping clients reimagine their content strategy to provide learners with more higher-quality options while lowering development-cycle times. Notable clients include General Electric, Citigroup, Johnson & Johnson, Chevron, and Nielsen.

Dan Schaeffer
Dan Schaeffer

Learning Designer, Paychex

With a degree in illustration and graphic design from Syracuse University, Dan did what most art majors do after graduating from college: He got a job in computers. Fortunately, this tech-minded artist had been cultivating skill sets that would allow him to become a network engineer, a technology trainer, and, currently, a learning designer in the award-winning training department at Paychex. He continues to refine his design and tech skills while driving an environment that fosters more effective and meaningful knowledge transfer.