How EasyPark built a global
learning organization

Wednesday May 29, 11:00-12:00 AM

Join us for an inspirational webinar tailored for leaders in Learning & Development, Human Resources and People & Culture seeking to empower their learning organizations. Listen to Easypark's narrative detailing the expansion of their global learning organization of how they started, how they scaled and how they are envisioning the future of learning.

EasyPark Group is the global parking solution provider revolutionizing urban mobility through innovative technology, founded in Sweden 2001. To embrace change and battle competition, EasyPark decided to transition from centralized to peer-to-peer learning on a global scale. Join Johanna, Klara, and Sonia from the L&D team as they share insights from the beginning and how they scaled up from 20 to over 200 subject matter experts globally to promote knowledge sharing in a cross-functional organization internationally. In this session you will receive actual tips on how your organization can achieve success in the same way.

This free webinar, held in English, offers a unique overview from EasyPark's humble beginnings to its current standing, showcasing how L&D transformed the company, contributing to an efficient, continually growing organization spanning the US and Europe.

Agenda
  • The importance of establishing a global learning culture
  • The starting point; How the L&D team strategy was shaped
  • Main challenges when scaling L&D in a global organization
  • Involving Subject Matter Experts in a cross-functional organization
  • Important KPIs to measure success and show business value
  • Advice to those establishing a learning organization
  • Q&A


The webinar is hosted by Marcus Almén, Marketing & Communications Lead at Learnster.

Klara Peic
Head of Talent and Learning,
EasyPark Group
Sonia Lee
Partner Success Manager,
EasyPark Group
Johanna Karlsson
Learning & Development Partner,
EasyPark Group
Marcus Almén
Marketing & Communications Lead, Learnster

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