ODILO to present its solution to develop unlimited learning cultures in Brazilian Companies

ODILO to present its solution to develop unlimited learning cultures in Brazilian Companies

“Creating a culture of learning and innovation” is this year’s theme for the Talent Development Summit that will take place in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on October 7th,  organized by the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and the Brazilian Association for Training and Development (ABTD). 

ODILO, the leading ecosystem for unlimited and collaborative learning, will be offering the presentation “10 reasons why your employees need an unlimited and collaborative learning ecosystem”.

We at ODILO exclusively offer a Netflix-styled and highly engaging digital learning experience, virtual learning clubs and infinite learning possibilities with access to over 2M digital titles from over 5K publishers.

Employees have shown to love personalized and inclusive digital experiences where they are mobile-first and have instant access to content of all formats and subjects to develop their skills. With virtual learning clubs, employees are able to exchange knowledge, deepen connections and improve critical thinking skills in an immersive, interactive experience.

ATD and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) have published a research report that explores the practices learning and development leaders are applying to drive vibrant learning cultures.

The report reveals that robust learning cultures are distinct hallmarks of organizations that consistently produce the best business results—companies that lead the world’s markets in revenue growth, profitability, market share, and customer satisfaction? 

Did you know that despite the obvious benefits, only 31 percent of organizations have well-developed learning cultures? 

Inspired by this report, the event will explore the current situation in organizations regarding robust learning cultures and how boosting organizational cultures of continuous learning impact profitability and growth. 

ODILO will offer an interactive 30-minute session to understand how a collaborative learning ecosystem works and why it is becoming a necessity in the corporate field for long-term survivability. The session will present a real case study and a Q&A session.

Join us!