Yvon Dalat

Director of Key Accounts
Raytheon Professional Services

Yvon Dalat, Director of Key Accounts at RPS, is responsible for leading the global integration of RPS’ largest learning outsourcing engagement representing over $100M in annual revenue, across 40 countries and 30 languages. He led the expansion and establishment of RPS businesses in Eastern Europe, China, Russia, Mexico and South Korea. Yvon earned his MBA from Leicester University, UK and his BS in Information Technology from the University for Aeronautical Engineering in Toulouse, France and Darmstadt, Germany.

Performance Analytics

Best Arrow in the L&D Quiver This is part II of our learning analytics blog series. Read Part I here Once you’ve gathered learning, talent and performance data, you still must have the skills and experience to analyze the data and extract valuable insights. Gartner’s analytics maturity model helps describes the way we use data...

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Learning Analytics

From Order-Takers to Data-Driven Performance Consultants Any successful training or performance improvement intervention starts with understanding the business challenge to solve and the performance gap to close. A PWC Annual Global CEO Survey showed that 73 percent of CEOs have concerns about the skill sets of their employees. They expect their learning department to analyze...

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It’s A New Year. Time to Rethink Your Learning Strategies

The world of learning, driven by technology, has changed a lot in past year. New technologies are flooding learning conferences. The new buzzwords are micro-learning, content curation tools, learning record stores (LRS), xAPI, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual and Augmented Reality. This new technology hype raises the eye-brows of learning officers and capital investors. New start-ups are...

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Drive Superior Learning Outcomes: Steer With Performance Data Analytics

There is a revolution taking place in the learning industry today: a shift from web 2.0 to web 3.0, from PC to mobile smartphone and tablet, from “success presumed” to data-driven training. It’s a revolution that’s changing the way adult learners receive, engage with, and apply training to improve their individual performance, add value to...

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Bringing Learning to Work

We live in an extraordinarily “connected” society. Of the 7.1 billion people on the planet, 6 billion use a mobile phone (2013 UN Study). Even more remarkably, there are more 17 billion devices connected to the Internet. Think of those 17 billion devices as 17 billion employee learning opportunities. Do your organization’s training programs take...

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