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Bring Workforce Development Into the 21st Century: Adaptive Learning and Training

Tuesday, March 23, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Manoj Kulkarni, Chief Executive Officer, Realizeit

Organizations are feeling the urgent need to extract real and sustainable value from their workforce development programs. Personalized and adaptive training, powered by machine learning, is the game-changer that makes it possible.

Manoj Kulkarni, CEO of Realizeit, takes an insightful look at why companies are turning to intelligent, adaptive technology to optimize their training for frontline employees and develop them for readiness to perform in the future.

This session provides easy-to-understand insights into:

  • The foundational elements of a 21st-century learning model for large-scale workforce development
  • Why the right adaptive learning technology is essential for every organization’s training strategy
  • Key aspects of implementing adaptive training at scale
     

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Presenter

Manoj Kulkarni
Manoj Kulkarni

Chief Executive Officer, Realizeit

Manoj Kulkarni leads all aspects of Realizeit’s commercial development and operations in the United States and Europe. He has held senior executive roles for more than 15 years providing transformational leadership in high-volume, global businesses in education, technology, and retail sectors.

Manoj is the former CTO for Career Education Corporation where he pioneered the implementation of predictive analytics-based personalized learning across large-scale ground and online institutions. Previously, he was the vice president of IT at Toys “R” Us. Manoj earned his bachelor’s degree in engineering from India’s College of Engineering and his MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management.