3000% ROI: Tips for a Winning Tech Skills Strategy
Let your people find and unleash their edge!
Live Interactive Webinar
Thursday, December 10, 10am ET
Leaders of today are constantly evaluating their teams and the resources they have to drive success. Global media advertising analytics company, Comscore, did just that.
They recognized skill gaps and maximized an existing investment in Skillsoft learning content to create a program that allowed employees to gain certification in some key programming languages and other critical technology skills. This allowed the company to save costs and provided employees with a gamified, on-demand experience that increased engagement, adoption, and productivity.
Join us for a live conversation between Beth Teixeira from Comscore and Trevor White from Nucleus Research and learn how investing in the right education resource and building the right strategy can result in exemplary organizational benefit.
Learn how your organization can maximize ROI by:
- Avoiding Certification costs
- Reducing Personnel Costs
- Building durable skills that align to business priorities
Director of Learning & Development, Comscore
Beth manages a team that implements modern, scalable solutions that drive change and growth in learners. She manages the company’s six employee resource groups, and her expertise includes change management and orchestrating cultural shifts. In 2020, Beth took first place in Nucleus Research’s ROI Awards for facilitating exceptional business impact with minimal investment. Prior to her directorship, Beth was a learning consultant who managed US-based global clients across a broad array of industries. Her client dedication and their resulting success earned her employee of the year in 2015.
Research Analyst, Nucleus Research
Trevor is responsible for the overall research direction and management of the Employee research team covering ROI strategy within the HCM, talent management, benefits management, and employee analytics market areas. Prior to joining Nucleus, he conducted extensive research examining the domestic politics of foreign aid, and on international project finance and infrastructure. Trevor has an undergrad degree from Villanova University with concentrations in Political Science and Economics and a Master’s of Science in Development Studies from The London School of Economics.