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getting past poc the secret to aligning employees with your technology strategy

 

 

Getting Past PoC:
The Secret to Aligning Employees with Your Technology Strategy 

 

getting past poc the secret to aligning employees with your technology strategy



 

Getting Past PoC:
The Secret to Aligning Employees with Your Technology Strategy 

 

The most recent McKinsey Global Survey of technology and business leaders showed — yet again — that people challenges, not technology, are the biggest obstacles to realizing transformation goals. For leaders who have struggled to get past pilots and proofs of concept, this comes as no surprise. Changing culture and aligning people to your technology strategy can feel impossible, largely because it seems fluffy and unscientific. But it’s not. 

Decades of organizational and learning research reveals concrete, easy-to-understand mechanisms for driving culture change and getting employees to behave differently. Watch this webinar to hear Dr. Sandra Loughlin, EPAM’s Chief Learning Scientist, explain the research and share details on how EPAM continually evolves our culture of engineering excellence to ensure our employees keep their technical and soft skills aligned with our business strategy. 

If you are a leader in a technology, product, data or people organization, this webinar is for you. You’ll learn:

  • The primary reasons employees aren’t adopting your technology strategy today
  • Six (not-at-all-fluffy) levers of culture change that can only be accessed by senior leaders 
  • How an integrated talent ecosystem motivates and supports employees in developing new knowledge and skills
  • The role that centers of excellence and data integration play in driving employee alignment

Meet our expert

Dr. Sandra Loughlin
Chief Learning Scientist, EPAM

Dr. Sandra Loughlin is a learning scientist and organizational psychologist focused on aligning people to digitally-driven business transformation. As Chief Learning Scientist at EPAM Systems, Dr. Loughlin is responsible for bringing EPAM's many internal and externally facing educational activities under one umbrella, and ensuring they incorporate cutting-edge educational practices and collectively drive business growth, quality and results.

Dr. Sandra Loughlin
Chief Learning Scientist, EPAM

Dr. Sandra Loughlin is a learning scientist and organizational psychologist focused on aligning people to digitally-driven business transformation. As Chief Learning Scientist at EPAM Systems, Dr. Loughlin is responsible for bringing EPAM's many internal and externally facing educational activities under one umbrella, and ensuring they incorporate cutting-edge educational practices and collectively drive business growth, quality and results.

Dr. Loughlin is also EPAM’s Global Head of Client Learning & Talent Enablement, responsible for translating EPAM's internal learning and talent approach into a strategy that clients can implement, helping them recreate EPAM's award-winning culture of engineering excellence and continuous learning for their own organizations. She also tailors EPAM’s industry-recognized talent management system for clients to help them successfully attract, retain and develop technology talent. Our client learning team’s innovative approach and demonstrable impact has garnered several industry awards and led to Dr. Loughlin being recognized in 2022 as a Global Leader in Consulting by Consulting Magazine.

Dr. Loughlin also presents EPAM’s unique method of capability development in talks and keynotes worldwide, and her articles have appeared in publications like Forbes and CDTO Magazine. Before joining EPAM in 2018, Dr. Loughlin was faculty at the University of Maryland with a joint appointment in the Colleges of Education and Business, as well as a research program focused on cognition and motivation. She holds a Ph.D. in Learning Science from the University of Maryland and a master’s degree from Harvard University.

 

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We hope you enjoy it and gain a better understanding of the mechanisms for driving culture and behavioral changes among employees.

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