Five Critical Shifts in Corporate Learning: A New Mandate for Enterprises

Tuesday, August 24, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Todd Moran, Chief Learning Strategist, NovoEd and Christina Yu, CMO, NovoEd

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As L&D leaders take on greater responsibility for organizational performance, employee engagement, well-being, and diversity, equity, and inclusion, approaches to corporate learning are quickly evolving.

In this radio show-style session, we’ll discuss the critical shifts in corporate learning that have been catalyzed by the events of the past 18 months and how these shifts suggest a new mandate for corporate learning to think and act differently to systematically cultivate organization-wide capabilities that shape and renew corporate culture.


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Todd Moran
Todd Moran

Chief Learning Strategist, NovoEd

Todd Moran is a learning strategist, business transformation evangelist, and digital workplace expert with more than 20 years of industry experience. His passion and expertise lie in educational technology, digital customer experience, organizational change management, and employee engagement. His professional career has spanned start-ups to nonprofits and large multinationals and his current role at NovoEd as the chief learning strategist. From the megatrends in learning and enterprise collaboration to technology evaluation and implementation, to the “people” side of organizational change and talent development, he covers the gamut of understanding what it takes to enable a successful digital workplace and deep employee engagement. Todd holds a BA in organizational psychology from Middlebury College and an MA in information and learning technology from the University of Colorado.

Christina Yu
Christina Yu

CMO, NovoEd

Christina Yu is a marketing executive focused on transformational learning technologies that unlock workforce potential and productivity. She built the brand identity and growth strategy from the ground up at Mursion, a virtual reality company for human skills at work. Prior to working at Mursion, Christina was on the founding team of a new PaaS business unit at McGraw-Hill during the forefront of the company’s transformation from publisher to software and services provider. She began her technology career at Knewton, a pioneer in adaptive learning, and held multiple product and business roles there. Before her career in business, Christina taught English literature and composition at Kean University and Southern Connecticut State University. Christina holds an AB in English and creative writing from Dartmouth College and an MBA from the NYU Stern School of Business.