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Robotic Automation: How it disrupts, enables, and transforms (and why it matters to your learning organization)

  • Tuesday, January 11, 2022
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual Event

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Join us for our January Learning Event + Chapter Meeting:

Robotic Automation: How it disrupts, enables, and transforms (and why it matters to your learning organization)

Program Description:

The session will help learners realize the impact Process Automation will have (and has already had) on businesses and provide ideas and best practices on how to navigate these IT or Finance-led initiatives.

The session will answer the following questions:

  • What is Automation (buzz words explained)?
  • What is the impact of Robotic Process Automation to my learning organization?
  • How should Training and Development teams get involved?
  • Citizen Development – why does that sound so scary?
  • Human In The Loop – what does that mean and what is the impact?
  • Hyperautomation and Continuous Improvement – what is the impact of automating at blazing speeds?

 

Learning Objectives for this program:

  • What is Automation (buzz words explained)?
  • What is the impact of Robotic Process Automation to my learning organization?
  • How should Training and Development teams get involved?
  • Citizen Development – why does that sound so scary?
  • Human In The Loop – what does that mean and what is the impact?
  • Hyperautomation and Continuous Improvement – what is the impact of automating at blazing speeds?


About the Speaker:

Christopher Draven started in clinical healthcare at age 15 and built his first voice-activated hotkey macro the same summer. His background features a unique blend of healthcare expertise and technical know-how.

In addition to healthcare technology, Christopher spent much of his career leading Training, Quality, and Development teams.

ASTD BEST Award winner 2011; Training Magazine’s Top Young Trainer of 2012; Chief Learning Officer Magazine LearningElite winner of 2016; Author of 2015 bestseller ICD-10 Code Breaking, a book on training clinical teams on the ICD-10 code set; and winner of several national/international business awards and recognitions for training, quality, and technology initiatives.


ATD Capabilities:

  • Technology application
  • Performance Improvement
  • Future Readiness
ATD Kansas City Chapter
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