Digital Transformation of Learning

Why We Need Another “Apollo Effect”?

We are approaching a point in time where the rapid acceleration of technology related to education, course development, and learning has produced large amounts of content and knowledge concepts placed within the reach of learners of all ages providing that they have an access to the internet and a computer or a mobile device.

The white paper opens the context of digital transformation and how it affects on the workforce development and the changing nature of work. Empiric cases offer views on leading learning organizations’ processes and digital Learning Experience Platform is described as one solution to the future challenges of the digital transformation of learning.

At the end of the paper the writers summarize the key takeaways on how organizations should prepare themselves for the digital transformation of learning. This paper is aimed particularly for CIOs, CHROs, CEOs, and others responsible of learning and development in organizations.

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Dr. Charles Camarda

Astronaut, Former Senior Advisor for Innovation, NASA

Dr. Charles Camarda, an astronaut and former senior advisor for innovation at NASA, received his undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, his MS from GW in mechanical engineering, and a PhD in aerospace engineering from VPI. He was head of the thermal structures branch at NASA’s Langley Research Center when he was selected to be an astronaut in 1996. He flew on the return-to-flight mission of Space Shuttle STS-114 in 2005. He held numerous positions at NASA before retiring in 2019. He was inducted into the Air and Space Cradle of Aviation Museum’s Hall of Fame in 2017. He currently teaches, consults, and is the founder/CEO of the Epic Education Foundation. An inventor, author, and educator, he speaks on subjects related to engineering, engineering design, innovation, safety, and organizational behavior.


Janne Hietala

Board Member at Valamis and Haallas, Technology Enthusiast, Investor

Janne has worked with the top visionaries of NASA, Gartner, IBM and other distinguished industry and academia developing an epochal digital learning concept.
Janne started his first company at the age of 21. He joined Valamis in 2008 at the age of 25. Previously, he has lead the company’s global sales and spent two years in London establishing Valamis strongly in the UK market. While there, he completed his Executive MBA at the London Business School, one of the top-ranked business schools in the world.