Utilizing Learning Data for Proactive Compliance Reporting

Thursday, September 3, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Stewart Rogers, VP of Product Development, Lambda Solutions

As the world becomes more interconnected through globalization, businesses of all sizes are beginning to feel the repercussions from increasing compliance standards. Proving that compliance training has taken place is now a time-consuming task. With the growth and complexity of data in learning management systems, managers have to spend more time in spreadsheets and not enough time where it matters most. Fortunately, new reporting and analytics solutions are coming to the forefront to automate and simplify the compliance-reporting process.

Join Stewart Rogers, reporting and analytics expert, to learn about:

  • compliance risks caused by the lack of insight into your data
  • the relationship between learning and training data and compliance
  • general learning management system reporting problems
  • solving these problems with a powerful reporting and analytics solution.


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Stewart Rogers
Stewart Rogers

VP of Product Development, Lambda Solutions

Stewart is an experienced product management professional with more than 15 years in technology product management. He leads the data and analytics development team at Lambda Solutions. Prior to Lambda, Stewart was the director of product management at Logibec, where he led the workforce management solutions development team. Before that he oversaw product management at ACL Services. Stewart is passionate about data management with respect to learning and training because of the impact it has on helping organizations grow and remain proactive with their talent pipeline.


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