Insights & Innovation Show
With each episode, the Insights & Innovation Show discusses emerging strategies, technologies, and their applications for workforce transformation and employee development.
Listen to business leaders, performance improvement practitioners, and learning and development professionals discuss their work alongside new trends and best practices.
Episode #1 | Innovation and Updating the Workplace’s Mental Model
In our first episode, our esteemed friend Kaihan Krippendorff, best selling author and founder of Outthinker, joins Matt to discuss his work helping companies through disruption, how communication and other important elements play a role, and updating the mental model of the workplace.
Improving Organizational Performance Through Employee Development
Improving an organization’s performance is more than a technology. Even the best strategies, technologies, and solutions will have little impact if no one adopts them or uses them effectively. The key to success is your people and how new approaches to employee development can be the strategic fuel to build agility and competitiveness. This series is designed to explore how business leaders can structure their organizations to use employee development as a strategic tool to ensure the success of even the most complicated challenges.
Meet the Host: Matt Donovan
Matt Donovan has served as Chief Learning & Innovation Officer since December 2019. He is a recognized name in learning with more than 25 years of experience crafting learner-centric solutions and leading high-impact development teams. Not only has he received a large assortment of industry awards, but his articles are regularly published and presented at a variety of national and international conferences. He has held roles of increasing importance at GP Strategies since joining the company in 2009. In his current role, Donovan has collaboratively implemented and grown GP Strategies’ Innovation Kitchen. You will often find him presenting at global industry conferences or writing articles for industry-specific publications. Matt holds a BS in Education and a Masters in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University, Bloomington.