Building a Learning Community with Martin Barner (Part 1)

Building a Learning Community with Martin Barner (Part 1)

The BTN is delighted to partner with PeopleSmart for a video series around 'Leading into the Future'.

In the first of 2 parts, Martin Barner (Head People & Organization Global Product Development, Sandoz at Novartis) looks at building a learning community.

The discussion starts by looking at how the virtual environment will align with a lifestyle of learning culture. Martin talks about the importance of the curiosity to learn being something that we need to embed throughout an individuals life, from school onwards.

The role of self-service culture and the enablement of technology is discussed and some of the initiatives that Novartis have rolled out internally to develop their employees.

Martin also opens up some of the detail around their talent intelligence lab which links career growth development.

Finally, Martin analyses whether the move to a more virtual environment puts pressure on learning due to the lack of visibility. There is a focus around the need to embed learning with the organisations' strategy and how the role of strategic workforce planning can be aligned with what learning can deliver.

 

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PeopleSmart provides innovative learning solutions, both virtual and in-person, to organizations in many countries, cultures and languages, focusing on leadership and people development in the context of digital transformation, change management, culture change and the increasing need for Emotional Intelligence.

We do this through a dedicated network of 65+ consultants working globally, providing a broad range of Consulting, Coaching and Learning Services to a wide variety of industries and clients in over 20 languages.

PeopleSmart supports companies through transitions by offering practical, easy to implement and effective interventions. And in our virtual offerings, our consultants use the latest, cutting edge technologies and tools to provide rich and participatory learning experiences.