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As technology rapidly evolves, educational capabilities grow and change daily. In keeping pace with these advances, self-directed learning opportunities become imperative to developing a competent, engaged workforce. When considering digital transformation in learning, the concept of static systems becomes invalid and more agile, modular systems that complement each other and enable iteration overtime rule. What better place to impress this upon employees than during their orientation to the organization.

Bringing the new employee orientation experience into the digital era required thoughtful consideration and agility in 5 key areas: design & maintenance, technology capabilities, manager accountability, communication, and change management.

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Participants will gain insight into how our organization digitally transformed our new employee orientation experience, and receive a tool to help them map the process for their next digital transformatio

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