Strategy in Action: L&D at Nationwide
The strategy begins with a strategic goal — “deliver and enable learning that enhances the learner experience while ensuring that our work positively impacts the value Nationwide provides to our members.” Four key pillars of the strategy — personalized, engaging, accessible and impactful — drive learning effectiveness at Nationwide. What makes their approach unique? They have put their strategy into action through seven key actions ranging from consultation to measurement. During this power hour talk, Chief Learning Architect Diane August will share how Nationwide brought the strategy into action so that it guides everything that it does related to learning.
In this session, attendees will learn:
The business value of a corporate learning strategy.
Seven areas of learning practice that should reflect the learning strategy and how that can be accomplished. • Recognize how learning architecture and learning standards extend the strategy into practice.
As chief learning architect at Nationwide Insurance, Diane August works across enterprise learning teams to drive consistent, innovative and business-sound learning solutions to Nationwide’s 33,000 associates. August has more than 25 years of consulting, designing and people leadership experience in roles related to talent development in a variety of industries.
A major focus for August has been building the learning infrastructure and developing a learning culture at Nationwide. This includes learning strategy, learning architecture and learning standards. Last year, Nationwide was recognized for their learning strategy at Chief Learning Officer’s LearningElite Awards Gala.