Four people interact with different components of a technology map. One person taps on a bar graph displayed on a smartphone; one person grasps a padlock; one person accesses multiple datasets, including a bar graph, pie charts, and arrows; one person shakes hands with a robot. Other elements in the technology map include a motherboard chip labeled “AI,” a key icon, a computer chip icon, and plus signs.
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To be successful in today’s work world, organizations must embrace new technological breakthroughs that enable continual improvement, including automated or AI‑powered analysis tools. The L&D team should embrace technological advancements as opportunities rather than obstacles. In this issue of TD at Work, Debbie Richards shares:

  • Organizational facets to research
  • Questions to ask
  • Stakeholders that can help you prepare for implementation
  • A big picture of governance and development
  • Examples of technology projects, L&D’s role within them, and their benefits

The Tools & Resources in this issue are the Researching Technology at Your Organization Worksheet, Workplace Technology Adoption Checklist, and Project Kickoff Worksheet.

Book Details
ISBN: 9781957157238
Pages: 20
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Formats: Paperback, PDF
Product Code: 252309
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