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I’m Presenting at DevLearn 2019!

By October 7, 2019One Comment
This is DevLearn—October 23–25, 2019; Las Vegas

It’s hard to believe that DevLearn 2019 is just a few weeks away! What’s even more difficult to believe—this is only my second time attending and I’m speaking this year, for the first time!

Since I started my Learning & Development career, the eLearning Guild’s annual DevLearn conference has been the premier conference for learning technology. Each year, the event draws the best talent in our field to create a community of best practice that continually pushes our industry forward

With DevLearn celebrating its 15th anniversary, I’m so excited to be contributing to the program with my session on Friday morning.

Working Toward Minimum Viable Product

In my session, I’ll be taking a look at this situation that Learning & Development teams face all too often, and how a Minimum Viable Product approach can help.

You’ve received a request for training support on a new initiative. It’s high-profile, mission critical, and must be launched on time. But the tool or process won’t be ready until the same day your training needs to go live
There’s no option for pushing back the launch—what do you do?

Session Details

  • October 25, 2019
  • 10–11AM PST

Hope to see you there!

Will you be joining me and some of the most innovative Learning & Development professionals in Las Vegas? If you are attending, I’d love to meet you. Follow me on Twitter and come say hello—oh, and be sure to attend my session Friday morning!

DevLearn 2019 is being held at The Mirage and runs October 23–25, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Mike Jones

Hi, I'm Mike. I design and develop high-quality learning solutions that focus on outcomes—meeting the needs of the client, their organization, and their learners. As an Instructional Designer and L&D Professional, I have had extensive experience creating eLearning, blended, and traditional Instructor-led Training (ILT) in corporate, medical, and non-profit settings. My passion for lifelong learning and cutting edge technology is only furthered through collaborating with others that are just as passionate about helping people.

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