The way that human labor is taken into account in the workplace today has been substantially changed by the fourth industrial revolution. Technological developments have boosted business productivity, cut costs, and given companies a greater competitive edge than before. However, it has also defined “a golden era for contemporary L&D organizations in supporting the expanding digital workforce transformation,” which is more significant.

This fascinating information was presented by our guest at our very own podcast, The Digital Adoption Show, Steven Rath Morgan, former Head of Global Learning & Talent Development at Xerox and a thought leader who distinctly envisions a new age of L&D to help make the workforce more effective and efficient.

Steven first held the position of Manager of Worldwide Training and Information Development before rising to the position of Director of Global Learning.

Our guest, Steven Rath Morgan, former Head of Global Learning & Talent Development at Xerox and a thought leader who uniquely envisions a new age of L&D to help make the workforce more effective and efficient, shared this intriguing information at our very own podcast the Digital Adoption Show.

Steven started off as a Manager of Global Learning and Information Development, later rose to the position of Director of Global Learning Innovation, and most recently held the position of Head of Global Learning and Talent Development at Xerox.

We discussed how Steven has observed L&D organizations change over time and how he believes corporate L&D will adopt digital adoption tactics in this episode of the Digital Adoption Show with Steven.

Key Takeaways from the Podcast

Steven is interested in what the next twenty years will bring since he thinks that now is an exciting time for L&D.

Listen to our podcast to see how modern L&D is experimenting with digital adoption and developing methods to make it work!