6 Elements of an Effective Digital-Readiness Learning Program

Tuesday, March 29, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Taryn Hess, Associate Director, Client Learning and Talent Enablement, EPAM

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Digital technologies and data continue to change business models and the nature of work. Ensure your employees are equipped with the knowledge, mindset, and behaviors necessary for your organization to transform. Join this webinar to hear expert tips for creating a strategy-aligned program that achieves learning objectives and organizational impact. You will also receive complimentary access to EPAM's e-learning course Ready, Set, Digitalize: Preparing Your Workforce for Transformation.

Join this webinar to learn how to:

  • Align digital education with business strategy and technology vision.
  • Garner executive buy-in and support for digital education.
  • Engage employees in digital learning, achieve results, and manage change.


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Taryn Hess
Taryn Hess

Associate Director, Client Learning and Talent Enablement, EPAM

Taryn Hess is a leader in the client learning and talent enablement (CL&TE) practice at EPAM and an expert in learning and change management. As a part of EPAM, Taryn spearheads innovative digital transformation programs. She consults directly with clients to evaluate and align capabilities, processes, and tools to achieve business objectives. She leads the development of effective, engaging initiatives that leverage best practices of instructional design, psychology, business, and organizational change management. She is sought after to speak on evangelization, instructional design, change, and data literacy. She has over a decade of successfully leading learning and change across a variety of disciplines and industries—including business, data, IT, customer service, aviation, public health, public administration, and international finance. She is passionate about creating opportunities and designing experiences that impact change. She holds a BS and MS in science education from Florida State University and a PhD in instructional design and technology from the University of Central Florida.