describes three new roles that have emerged as corporate e-learning departments adapt to changes in the learning landscape. The roles are:
- Curators: "learning leaders increasingly focus on facilitating and orchestrating learning aligned to their organization’s growth priorities."
- Design thinking: "a human-centered, prototype-driven process for innovation that can be applied to product, service and business design."
- People analyst: "uses machine learning to calculate the relative importance of geography, compensation, employee and manager engagement at the aggregate level."
I don't like any of the titles. They're each different types of research, not simply the function-driven positions that the titles imply. Maybe they should be called scholar, designer and demographer, respectively.
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