Is Digital Learning more inclusive and needed in corporate? Why should we adopt more digital upskilling? How can companies improve their digital learning platforms?
The latest episode (S2 Ep 9) of “The Digitalization& Diversity Podcast” features my conversation with Heinrich Rusche, the creator of Firm learning, a YouTube channel on Consulting and Career with 150k+ subscribers, where we discuss the topic of ‘Digitalization for inclusive learning in corporate’.
In this episode, we share our personal experiences with growing digital presence and creating content while balancing the responsibilities of our respective day jobs. Heinrich shares how digitalization and the use of technology has helped him to grow his channel and how he prioritizes creating content on different digital platforms to grow his brand.
We dig deeper into the topic of digital learning and upskilling. The ways of consuming content today are changing and organizations are increasingly adopting digital learning into their training curriculums which traditionally have been rather classroom-based. We address this trend in our conversation and further discuss the ‘Future of Powerpoint’ as a meeting facilitation medium and business tool in organizations.
Heinrich shares his experiences from his time in consulting at McKinsey and we close the episode talking about some of the diversity challenges within consulting, work-life balance and hybrid work models.
Listen and discover how digitalization can be leveraged as a learning tool by professionals, and facilitate the accessibility of career advice.
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About Heinrich Rusche:
Heinrich Rusche is the creator of Firm learning, a YouTube channel on Consulting and Career with 150k+ subscribers. Through this channel, Heinrich shares learnings and experiences from his time in consulting at McKinsey, and his subsequent career in industry and start-up. Heinrich also offers corporate trainings on communication and helps young consultants to become successful in the first years of their careers. Heinrich holds an MBA from INSEAD, a Masters in Accounting and Finance from LSE, and Bachelor degrees in Business Administration and Philosophy.
About Adya Kumar:
Adya is a tech enthusiast, engineer, project manager, and an inhouse consultant for a leading logistics company. She has a passion for solving problems through the use of technology and is a strong supporter of digitalization as an enabler to grow and sustain diversity in businesses. In 2021, she founded “The Digitalization & Diversity Podcast” with the mission to create engagement and raise awareness on the power of Digitalization to improve Diversity. Through this platform, Adya shares insights, personal stories and digital journeys of diverse people. The podcast has been downloaded in over 50 countries across Spotify, Apple and Google Podcasts.
Adya has lived and worked in diverse environments in India, France, USA, UK and Germany and traveled to 40+ countries. Today, she calls Bonn (Germany) her home of choice.
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