Global Learning Partner, Cognizant Digital Business
Why is Mike speaking at WorkHuman?
Mike is an expert in digital transformation and understanding how the rising trends from the digital age impact talent development. At WorkHuman, he’ll explain how to develop an organizational growth mindset with brain- and technology-based learnings.
Mike Pino is a globally recognized learning leader in technology and strategy. In May 2017, Mike joined Cognizant to help drive digital transformation through the learning function as the global learning partner for Cognizant Digital Business. Prior to joining Cognizant, he was part of GE’s world-famous Crotonville Leadership Development team focused on innovating GE’s strategy and learning technologies by launching the award-winning Smartbits micro-blogging network and the BrilliantYOU learning experience platform. With 20+ years of experience in the industry, he has worked with more than 30 percent of Fortune 500 companies and more than 10 percent of the Global 2000.
In the capacity of VP of research at Corporate University Xchange and director of technology innovation at Harvard Business Publishing’s Corporate Learning division, he collaborated with inspirational colleagues not only to bring new products and services such as Leadership Direct to market, but also to refresh well-known products such as Harvard ManageMentor, which he converted from a CD-ROM to an online learning product and then expanded into mobile learning. He has been a regular member of Bob Little’s global list of movers and shakers in online learning.
Mike has presented, moderated, and keynoted at numerous global conferences; has served as adjunct faculty at Providence College, Queens College (CUNY), Far Eastern University (Philippines), and New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT); and holds a Ph.D. from the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York (CUNY). Mike co-founded Littlemore Innovation Labs, a firm dedicated to developing learning technology for higher education in India and globally, and he holds patents in several learning technologies. Mike considers himself a teacher and mentor above all else, and he takes seriously his charge to help people reach their fullest potential through developing performance through learning, practice, and reflection.