Imogen is Director of Learning at Epic in the UK. She is part of an award-winning team producing innovative
e- and m-learning solutions for clients. A renowned thought leader, she is a frequenter speaker at conferences. Her areas of expertise are cognitive science and knowledge-based systems.
Sit back, and let Imogen take us through five easy steps for updating an organization’s learning strategy in a world where we can use a multiplicity of devices in any one day.
You are a top performing company. You have started using a couple of mobile apps at work. But what next? How do you turn some inspired use of mobile into a broader strategy? One of the key components of this is creating an internal, corporate ecosystem for mobile.
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