Capability Building That Works: An Automotive Company Case Study
From product management and DevOps to cloud and API, developing in-house technical and digital capabilities is a must for modern companies. Unfortunately, many digital employee development investments have low or no ROI—they don’t achieve meaningful, sustained change in the organization.
Thankfully, a new and highly successful approach to digital talent development is emerging. Capability academies have been described as the future of corporate training and for a good reason. Typical upskilling activities are no match for the depth of learning required to thrive in a dynamic digital business landscape.
Watch this webinar to learn about the tenants of a capability academy and hear how EPAM is using the model to help clients develop technical talent and grow digital leaders at all levels. You will hear about a successful case study on developing IT senior leaders’ capabilities to lead complex digital transformation, and you will get concrete tips to implement this approach in your organization.
MEET THE EXPERT
SANDRA LOUGHLIN, Ph.D. Head of Client Learning & Talent Enablement, EPAM Systems, Inc.
Sandra Loughlin is a learning scientist and organizational psychologist who helps multi-national firms achieve digital transformation goals by developing their employees’ technology, digital and digital-adjacent capabilities. She built the Client Learning & Talent Enablement practice at EPAM Systems, a leading technology and transformation firm, and creates cutting-edge, research-based technology and data capability academies, specialized executive education programs for IT leaders, digital readiness learning programs for the business and technology talent accelerators for clients. Several of these programs have received industry awards for innovation and demonstrable impact. Dr. Loughlin presents on capability building in talks and keynotes around the globe, and her articles have appeared in publications like “Forbes” and “TD Magazine.” Before joining EPAM, Dr. Loughlin held a joint faculty appointment in the schools of education and business and oversaw transformational learning at the University of Maryland. Sandra holds a Ph.D. in educational psychology and learning analytics from the University of Maryland and a master’s degree in education from Harvard University.