Future of L&D

The Future of L&D

With so many changes taking place in the learning space, Learning & Development (L&D) can now get future ready. From adjusting to the shifting demands of the learner to challenging the norms that exist in the learning space and creating personalized learning experiences, we can evolve and adapt into the new world of work.

In our three-part video series, GP Strategies thought leaders share their insights on what the future of L&D looks like and explore how organizations can transform their workforces to keep up with the accelerating pace of change.

L&D as the Disrupting Force

Heidi Milberg, Vice President, and Neil Johnson, Senior Director

Hear how L&D functions can adapt to the changes taking place in the workplace, along with how they can challenge the standard practices that currently exist in the learning space.

Shifting Demands of the Learner

Jamie Vigrass, Senior Vice President, and Megan Bridgett, Senior Director

Explore the evolving demands of the learner and how L&D functions can respond to these changes through performance support and content delivery.

Democratization of Learning

Heidi Milberg, Vice President, and Neil Johnson, Senior Director

Discover the role of L&D in response to learner autonomy and hear insights on how L&D functions can add value in this innovative approach to learning.

Learn more about how your organization can create a future-ready environment for your workforce.

About the Authors

Heidi Milberg, Director

Vice President, Learning Solutions
As Director of Business Development for GP Strategies' Learning Solutions Group, Heidi Milberg is responsible for the growth and development of our training and tuition business process outsourcing practice, knowledge management solutions, and eLearning services. Heidi has more than 18 years of experience in designing, implementing, and managing training and tuition outsourcing solutions and has led the strategy, implementation, and ongoing operational efforts for numerous outsourcing engagements at Fortune 100 companies.

Neil Johnson

Senior Director, Managed Learning Services, GP Strategies EMEA
Neil Johnson, Managed Learning Services EMEA has worked within the Training Industry 25 years, working with multiple industry clients to transform their learning organisations. Included in this work has been numerous Automotive clients across the globe who he has supported to build highly effective learning operations