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Just about every learning leader I interviewed in 2016 spoke about three trends impacting their role in the organization. First, they need to consider the global reach of their training initiatives and how they’ll be received by learners in different parts of the world. Second, they need to use cloud based technologies to more efficiently reach learners inside and outside of their organization. And third, there is growing demand for using data when deciding the best way to impact performance. Here are interview segments that highlight these trends.