Ravi Jagarlapudi

How Agile learning could revolutionize training and development

Agile learning enables an organization to pivot quickly in response to changes in technology, economic conditions, market demand, and more.


A learning experience platform (LXP) provides a single point of access for all learning — both formal and informal. Formal learning resources, like online courses and internal training created on an LMS, are tracked and measured from the same platform as informal learning resources, like articles, videos, podcasts, and ebooks.


One of the most difficult challenges in my career in corporate learning and development was and still is the topic of measurement. How do I measure the effectiveness and efficiency of training? How can I obtain consistent information about the training programs to help tune and optimize the organization? How do I analyze and report the business value of training to the organization? How do I monitor the alignment and contribution to overall business goals?


As a Learning Leader, I keep an eye on how different corporates use Learning strategies & Innovations to ensure respective team members learn and perform optimally.


Learning Leaders: Ignore Metaverse at your peril! Be aware of the enormous work that is happening around Metaverse.

LXP Market Update: Degreed acquires Learn In

With this acquisition Degreed has given a big push to its 'Capability Academy' approach. The academy based learning strategy will ensure participants take on new projects, new roles, developmental assignments and will be assessed by peers to build new careers.

learning and development thought leaders

Simon is Chief Learning Officer at Novartis and best-selling author of the Amazon #1 hot new release ‘The Curious Advantage’.

He is a commercially-minded learning leader with experience across a range of the World’s leading organisations. Having co-founded Brightwave, one of the UK’s leading e-Learning companies, Simon moved to Accenture to consult for companies including BT, BP, Microsoft and Canon. He then focused on the Banking industry, working with Barclays, HSBC and RBS. Following a series of projects with Lloyds, Simon moved over to deliver the Academy strategy he had designed.

– Founder of the Global Curiosity Institute
– celebrated global CLO / Corporate University head
– 28+ years global exposure and leadership role in broader learning learning arena
– Deep insights in modern workplace learning, digital learning innovation, learning culture and climate, global transformation and change management, knowledge management, large scale certification and customer learning
– Work and living experience in UK, France, HongKong, PR China, Finland, Belgium, India and Saudi Arabia
– Industrial exposure: HealthCare, Telecom, e-commerce, Technology, Manufacturing and Consulting
– have worked in both large multinationals as well as start-ups
– regular speaker at international conferences on topics such as corporate universities, learning innovation, customer learning, the role of the CLO in the 21st century and learning strategy