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Pluralsight Navigate day one recap

Published: October 12, 2022

Pluralsight Navigate is an invite-only, in-person conference for over 300 tech and L&D/HR leaders who are spearheading digital transformation initiatives and building connections between teams across organizational lines. 

Throughout the opening session of Navigate, Pluralsight announced several exciting new solutions and product advancements designed to help you do more with less and get the most out of your workforce and your budget.

Pluralsight Co-founder and CEO, Aaron Skonnard, kicked off Navigate by emphasizing the critical importance of your organization’s people, because innovative technologies don’t build and run themselves—people do. As the ongoing workforce and skills crisis continue to impact top-priority business goals, it’s essential to maximize your investments in your technology workforce.

He championed a concept that resonates throughout the tech world: organizations must be creators, not just consumers, of talent. However, dumping a bunch of generic content on your teams and telling them to go learn doesn’t work. The idea of learning isn’t enough. You need a plan and a culture of continuous learning. And we need to approach it with an engineering, data-driven mindset—solving our top tech workforce challenges like an engineer would: using data to inform the best, most effective solutions.

Easier said than done, right?


Pluralsight solutions

We know you don’t need more tools. You need better tools. You need fit-for-purpose solutions. So, to better ensure your employees are receiving the training and content they need to succeed, Pluralsight is excited to announce a shift in strategy with the launch of solutions. These intentional programs—ranging from turn-key and enterprise-ready to fully customized—are aligned to individual needs, specific tech stacks, specific operating models, and future technology roadmaps.

With solutions, Pluralsight is focused on providing your organization with an operating system built around the science of learning. This means focusing on three key components:

  • Purpose-built content that’s designed to deliver an outcome

  • Technology that measures and guides both individuals and team progress with a focus on ROI

  • Immersive learning experiences that accelerate the path to productivity


In an overview of the solution offerings, Aaron shared the idea of Pluralsight as an operating system for tech skills, combining our analytics, purpose-built curriculum, immersive learning experiences, expert consultants, and more. With these fundamental operating system capabilities, you hold the power to advance your technology workforce. 

Aaron closed out his keynote by emphasizing how all of our competitive advantage, operational excellence, and resiliency relies on continuous investments in our tech workforces. With the help of Pluralsight, you can achieve this by:

  • Elevating tech fluency across your entire organization

  • Upskilling your teams to deliver on mission-critical projects

  • Driving complex cloud transformations and building cloud talent from within

  • Onboarding engineers faster and more effectively 

  • And diversifying your tech workforce to better represent the customers you serve


Our top challenges will continue to evolve. Developing your technology teams needs to be an ongoing continuous practice, too. And we’re your tech workforce partner to help you build tech teams that can truly navigate the future, whatever it holds.