Please wait a few seconds while your cart is being loaded.

Login to see membership pricing and/or to see items you may have added using another computer or device

Please Wait...

To view or add items to your Wish List, please log in.

Not yet an ATD registered user? Click here to register.
Already registered? Click here to log in.

Big Learning Data

Chapter 3: The Skills and Mindset Required for Big Learning Data

Every part of our daily lives now generates data, from our shopping, to our mobile phone use, to our interaction with the Internet. For good or bad, the collection, analysis, and interpretation of this data is now part of the world we live in. Big data is here to stay. What effect will this have on the training and development (T&D) profession? In this chapter, Donald H. Taylor, looks at the skills talent development professionals need to leverage big data in their organizations.

You’ve reached the end of your free page views for

Already a member?
Please log in to access this resource.

Log In

To gain unlimited access to member content, please join ATD today.
Learn more about ATD Membership.

Join Now


  • Elliot Masie

    Elliott Masie is a provocative, engaging, and entertaining futurist, analyst, and speaker. He enjoys topics related to learning, technology, data, and workplace performance. Elliott has varied feelings about big data; he is simultaneously intrigued, challenged, excited, and concerned about how big data will be experienced by employees, citizens, and organizations. He is the editor of Learning TRENDS by Elliott Masie, an Internet newsletter read by more than 52,000 business executives worldwide, and is a regular columnist in several publications. He hosts an annual learning conference each fall, bringing together thousands of learning professionals to benchmark and collaborate on the rapidly changing world of learning and workplace performance.

    For almost four decades, Elliott’s focus has been the evolution of learning, including the use of technology for knowledge, learning, and collaboration throughout organizations. He is acknowledged as the first analyst to use the term e-learning in the 1990s, and he has been on the forefront of social, mobile, and video-based learning experiments.

Purchase This Book

Format Member List





Become a member or login to save $4


(*) The following formats are included with a purchase of this E-Book: PDF, EPUB, Kindle.

Please Wait

Please wait while we are getting your account information.