November 19, 2019

Inkling Brings Together Enterprise Learning Thought Leaders at Illuminate 2019

Inkling Brings Together Enterprise Learning Thought Leaders at Illuminate 2019

Inaugural User Conference to Feature Two Days of Interactive Sessions on Trends and Keynotes by Enterprise Learning Expert Josh Bersin and McDonald’s CLO Rob Lauber

Inkling, a mobile learning enablement platform for distributed workforces, will bring together human capital management experts and industry thought leaders at its user conference – Illuminate 2019 – which will take place September 16-18 in Chicago.

“Businesses of all sizes in knowledge-intensive industries have implemented Inkling’s award-winning modern learning platform to deliver continuous learning and a great learner experience,” said Jeff Carr, CEO of Inkling. “Illuminate 2019 will give our customers the chance to showcase how Inkling has been vital to their digital transformation journeys and corporate-wide initiatives by delivering more engaging knowledge and driving stronger business results. We’re excited to bring our customers and partners together to share the latest trends and cutting-edge strategies, learn from and network with some of the top influencers in learning and development, and collaborate with the Inkling team on expert insight and new product innovations to help them get the most out of our platform.”

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Illuminate 2019 will feature keynotes by enterprise learning expert Josh Bersin, who will talk about “The Future of Work,” and McDonald’s Chief Learning Officer Rob Lauber. The agenda includes interactive sessions on the latest trends in employee training, learning, onboarding and enablement. The event also will bring together Inkling customers to share how they are using digital content to power their business, and to learn about upcoming platform and feature improvements.

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“Traditional learning management systems (LMS) were never designed to deliver continuous learning in the flow of work,” said Bersin, a global industry analyst who will deliver a keynote on September 17. “The new paradigm will be defined by just-in-time learning, combining formal, informal, collaboration and micro-learning in context, delivered to employees on the job.”

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