Daylon Lutzenberger is the Chief Learning Officer responsible for the learning and development of Capgemini’s 200,000 employees across 44 countries, focusing on driving the link between learning and business impact. Daylon holds a BS in Computer Science from Texas A&M and an MBA from Loyola University and has been with Capgemini for over 20 years. He has led teams in sales and delivery in the Telecom, Media and Entertainment industry, implementing large and complex global transformation projects through technical and process change. Before bridging the gap into learning, Daylon spent five years leading internal transformation and as the leader of HR and talent development for one of Capgemini’s major business units. Daylon is aware that the magnitude of change in the business, as well as the related demand on the learning environment, will only continue to both grow and accelerate. Keeping this in mind, he is heavily focused on preparing Capgemini to be more agile by developing Capgemini’s next generation of leaders by engaging and enabling the Group’s employees to proactively develop new skills required to compete in this dynamic market. The transition from role base to life long learning is a key passion of his and one of his focus areas in developing Capgemini’s learning approach for the future.