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Unleashing Learning Management: A Case Study for Launching a Performance Model of Training

Thursday, July 21, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: John O'Laughlin, Senior Training Manager, CACI and Tim Wilson, Training Technology Lead, CACI

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This webcast will share insights on:

  • overcoming the hurdles of moving from SharePoint to a learning management system (LMS) for collaboration and learning
  • launching an LMS behind a firewall in less than 30 days
  • increasing learner capacity from 275 per year to 2,500 per year
  • transforming training from a completion model to an integrated data-driven performance model.

You’ll learn how to standardize learning across an agency with replicable content, and steps to launching a successful online program.


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John O'Laughlin
John O'Laughlin

Senior Training Manager, CACI

John O’Laughlin is senior training manager for CACI. He has 20 years’ experience working for media companies such as Fox and Disney, along with 10 years’ experience leading training and development work to support government agencies including the Office of Personnel Management, Department of State, Federal Aviation Administration, U.S. Air Force, and Department of Energy. With advanced degrees in adult education, John has also taught and developed curriculums for six colleges and universities.

Tim Wilson
Tim Wilson

Training Technology Lead, CACI

Tim Wilson is the training technology lead for CACI with 10 years’ experience supporting government agencies including the Office of Personnel Management and leading training for 1,500 people. He has also worked for industry leaders such as Apple, and is skilled in deploying SharePoint and learning management systems. 


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