What learning technology would look like in 2022

More than 15 HR and learning leaders will debate on and delve into the future of learning technologies in the corporate world


HRKatha is back with yet another engrossing and meaningful edition of The Great HR Debate (TGHR).

The upcoming edition is a LearnTech special, where HR and learning heads from across industries will debate and discuss some hard-hitting topics pertaining to the learning technology space. The objective of this edition of TGHR is to gain insights into learning technologies and what learning would look like in the year 2022.

As usual, more than 15 HR and learning leaders will come together on one platform to discuss, probe and deliberate on existing and emerging learning technologies and their impact. Like last time, we will have three panel discussions, where senior HR and learning leaders will be speaking.

TGHR – LearnTech special is scheduled for Friday, December 10, 2021 and will commence at 2:15 PM. The event will start with an inaugural speech by Prajjal Saha, founder & editor, HRKatha, after which there will be a short break, before the first panel discussion starts at 2:30 PM.

The topic for the first panel is, ‘Has technology changed the consumption of learning? Are we going the Netflix way?’

The panel will be moderated by Divyesh Sindwaad, regional vice president, Skillsoft, and an entrepreneur who has helped drive digital-led HR solutions for organisations for two decades.

The eminent debaters part of the panel are Ganesh Subramaniam, CHRO, More Retail; Reena Tyagi, CHRO, ManipalCigna Health Insurance; Anant Garg, director- HR, India & South Asia, Becton Dickinson; Biswarup Goswami, CHRO, GHCL and Ranjith Menon, SVP-HR, Hinduja Global Solutions.

The first panel will be concluded by 3:25 PM. A short break later, the second panel will begin at 3:30 PM, moderated by Gaurika Tandon, head-learning, employer brand & engagement, Bennett Coleman & Co.

The topic for this panel is, ‘Have immersive technologies established their effectiveness as L&D tools, or are they still gimmicky?’

The debaters who are part of this panel are as follows, Atul Mathur, EVP & head of learning, Aditya Birla Group; Adetya Chopra, chief learning officer, Motilal Oswal Financial Services; Indrani Chatterjee, group CHRO, Allcargo; Rajesh Balaji, CHRO, Matrimony.com; Chandrasekhar Mukherjee, CHRO, Bhilosa Industries and Srikrishnan V, head of enterprise sales, Hero Vired.

By 4:25 PM, the second panel will be concluded and the third panel will begin five minutes later, at 4:30 PM.

The topic for the third and last panel of the event is, ‘Should technology only support learning, and not dictate it?’ This will be moderated by Emmanuel David, former director, TMTC and senior HR leader, who has more than three decades of experience in HR.

The debaters who are part of the third panel are Ramesh Mitragotri, CHRO, Ultratech; C. Jayakumar, CHRO, Larsen & Toubro; P.Dwarakanath, former chairman, GSK Healthcare and Pramath Nath, CHRO, India & APAC, GE Steam Power.

All HR heads, CHROs, functional HR leaders and other CXOs and functional heads are invited to attend this virtual event. It is an open event with no registration fee. Please click here register for The Great HR Debate – LearnTech special.

The Great HR Debate – LearnTech special is powered by Hero Vired and co-powered by Skillsoft.

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