What is micro learning & how is it being used? By Dr. Sydney Savion, Chief Education Strategy at Dell EMC-Education Services

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Sydney Savion (Chief of Education Strategy, Dell EMC-Education Services)


Dr. Sydney Savion defines the concept of micro-learning including that it is the idea of providing digestible bite size learning that is delivered in short bursts to employees as needed. She talks about why micro-learning works because the human brain is designed to forget and it can only consume so much content. Savion discusses the difficulty of providing the right micro-learning to employees that is curated and personalized.

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Sydney Savion

Chief of Education Strategy, Dell EMC-Education Services

As the Head of the Center for Analytics, Performance, and Information for Education Services at Dell EMC, Sydney spearhead the global learning strategy while strengthening talent, information, and knowledge management across the enterprise. As a respected thought leader, she has been an author and speaker at Columbia University and Harvard Faculty Club. She is also on the Executive Committee of the Learning, Development, and Organizational Performance Council. Sydney has a Doctorate of Education with concentrations in Human and Organizational Learning from George Washington University and a Master of Public Administration from Troy University.

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