The traditional “one size fits all” approach to training, guidance, and performance support no longer enables today’s workers to function at their individual peak of safety, quality and productivity.
In an attempt to solve knowledge gap issues, an entire generation of companies set out to build “Connected Worker” software applications, however, they all relied on the existing training, guidance, and support processes. While digitizing work instructions is a great start, it won’t help completely solve the problem.
Enter the next generation: data-driven, AI-supported that trains, guides, and supports today’s dynamic workers by combining digital work instructions, remote collaboration, and advanced on-the-job training capabilities.
In this webinar, learn how Artificial Intelligence lays a data-driven foundation for continuous improvement in the areas of performance support, training, and workforce development, setting the stage to address the needs of today’s constantly changing workforce.
Join us on February 3rd for this exclusive webinar and discover:
- Why static digital work instructions and the traditional “one size fits all” approach to training, guidance, and performance support doesn’t work
- Why industrial companies must go a step further with AI to overcome the lack of a skilled and qualified manufacturing workforce
- How AI lays a data-driven foundation for continuous improvement in the areas of performance support, training, and workforce development
- Real use cases on how industrial companies are reducing onboarding times for new employees by up to 80%, while simultaneously achieving a 21% improvement in job productivity across their manufacturing operation
Meet your webinar leaders:
Dennis Cook, Director of Field Operations, Augmentir
Dennis Cook joined Augmentir early this year as Director of Field Operations with over 20 years experience in the software industry. Throughout his career, he has served the manufacturing, oil and gas, and energy sectors, focusing on technologies to streamline plant processes. As one of the early visionaries in the Connected Worker space, Dennis has spent the past 6 years focusing on Connected Worker technology.
Brent Kedzierski, Chief Learning Officer, HumanWRKS
Brent Kedzierski, Chief Learning Officer at HumanWRKS, serves as an industry advocate to promote 5.0 as a vehicle for achieving a more inclusive and human-centered future and works to improve human performance experience across high risk/high consequence industries. Prior to HumanWRKS, Brent spent 22 years at Shell as the Head of Learning Strategy and Innovation, where he was a driving force that envisioned, designed, and operationalized many of the company’s most critical global learning transformations of the 21st century. During his time there, Brent helped turn Shell into a world-leading human resource management and learning organization.
Russ Fadel, Co-Founder and CEO, Augmentir
Russ Fadel is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO and Co-Founder of Augmentir. Prior to founding Augmentir, Russ founded 4 successful companies in the industrial software sector, including the two most recent – ThingWorx, the leading Industrial IoT (IIoT) platform company (acquired by PTC), and Lighthammer, the pioneer in enterprise manufacturing intelligence software (acquired by SAP). Russ has been intimately involved in the last three software revolutions around humans and machines in manufacturing and service. Augmentir is a continuation of this theme.