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How to Upskill for Digital Transformation: A play-by-play guide

Tuesday, November 12, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Kyle Clark, Senior Product Marketer, Coursera and Kelly Murphy, Coursera

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Change isn't coming—it's already here, and businesses that do not proactively meet the pace of technology disruption are 60 percent more likely to fold within 10 years according to Deloitte. It is imperative for senior executives to anticipate the right skills for the future and nail their digital learning strategy.

Join Coursera's skills transformation team in this exclusive live session with ATD about how to upskill your workforce for digital transformation. Kyle Clark and Kelly Murphy will share the highly anticipated data research findings of Coursera's Essential Skills Playbook, offer skill maps for different industries and job functions, and walk through a how-to guide of executing a digital learning plan.

Register to listen and learn:
• the critical skills for digital transformation in each of the seven core business functions for finance, technology, professional services, telecommunications, and manufacturing
• what four steps you need to do to ensure good adoption of your learning program within your organization to drive results
• the three dimensions of influence to encouraging employees to utilize digital learning.


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Kyle Clark
Kyle Clark

Senior Product Marketer, Coursera

Kyle Clark leads content curation for Coursera’s enterprise customers globally. He works with learning and development leaders and business executives to help employees develop high-demand skills using Coursera courses. Prior to Coursera, Clark managed a deep-technology startup program at University of California, Berkeley. He previously co-led Higher Expectations, an education and workforce development initiative in Wisconsin. Clark, who started his career as a management consultant in Accenture’s strategy group, received a master of business administration degree from Berkeley Haas and a bachelor of arts degree in history and policy studies from Rice University.

Kelly Murphy
Kelly Murphy


Kelly Murphy leads enterprise content strategy at Coursera identifying essential skills for the workforce of today and tomorrow, and connecting with Coursera partners to create globally relevant, cutting-edge content. Prior to joining Coursera she worked on industry partnerships at Udacity. She has experience as an education consultant to companies, public institutions, and nonprofits via her work at Tyton Partners and later as a director at the District Management Group.She began her career at Cambridge Associates advising foundations and universities on their endowment investment decisions. Kelly received her MBA from UC Berkeley-Haas and her undergraduate degree in International Relations/ Economics from Colgate University.


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