Instructure Creates a Bridge to Employee Engagement and Business Growth

By Claude Werder, Vice President and Principal HCM Analyst, Brandon Hall Group 

PARK CITY, Utah – The man held a black marker in his right hand and radiated sheer delight as he stood at the front of the meeting room. He was visibly excited to “whiteboard’ his company’s vision for a talent experience that connects employees to learning, career development, performance enablement and skills practice — all in one employee-centric platform. He was thrilled to build a better, brighter future for employees.

This kind of thinking is what every employer needs because today’s employees have power. They have an endless choice of job options and they only want to work for companies that will invest in their development and careers.

But this scene was not merely corporate talent professionals brainstorming about transforming the talent experience at their company. This was Steve Arntz, director of product strategy for Instructure, describing the thinking behind the new Bridge Employee Development Platform, which Instructure launched this week here at BridgeCon 2019.

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