Virtual Perspectives 2019

An Agile Approach to Content Alignment for Emerging Technologies

Thursday, June 20 | 11:00 a.m. ET

We will highlight an agile, business led, approach to identifying and aligning learning to emerging technologies. The CGI Learning team is collaborating with the Emerging Technologies Business Intelligence team and is regularly publishing a learning eBook that maps learning to CGI business propositions on emerging technologies. We use an agile approach to continuously evaluate the market and our client base to identify new technologies and then map Skillsoft and other learning to update the eBook. We will discuss both the business approach to prioritizing emerging technologies and learning alignment cycle and the volume of content hits that generates.


FY20-Speaker Photo-Anne Rajkumari.pngAnne Rajkumari
Senior Consultant, Emerging Technology Business Intelligence Center of Expertise

As a senior consultant in CGI’s Global Emerging Technologies Business Intelligence Center of Expertise, Anne focuses on raising awareness of CGI’s emerging technology capabilities internally and externally, including the development of impactful marketing campaigns and content. She is a strong collaborator who believes in leveraging wider capabilities through relationship building.
In her seven years with CGI, Anne has worked in various marketing functions, including managing industry marketing for CGI’s government practice. Anne holds a master’s degree in business and management from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland. Outside of work, Anne enjoys spending time with her husband and three-year-old son.

FY20-Speaker Photo-Helen Sussex.pngHelen Sussex, Director
Global Learning Design and Creation, Culture and Experience CoE

For the last 6 years, Helen has led the CGI Global Learning Design and Creation team, part of the HR Culture and Experience CoE, where she is responsible for delivering memorable global learning for CGI members. As part of this, Helen also manages global learning technologies and vendors and lead the CGI global learning governance process. She has spent 30 years in IT services organizations, 20 years in various learning roles with IT training suppliers and internal learning organizations at national and global levels. Outside work, Helen has two, amazing adult children and a very understanding husband.

About CGI

CGI is a global IT consulting, systems integration, outsourcing, and solutions company with 75,000 employees headquartered in Montreal, Canada. It provides application services, business processes and consulting, IT infrastructure and outsourcing, and systems integrations. It develops products and services for markets such as telecommunications, health, manufacturing, oil and gas, posts and logistics, retail and consumer services, transportation, and utilities.