▶ How is the world of workforce learning changing?
▶ What changes are evolving in your learning products and services?
In addition, each of these key providers is a Sponsor of Learning 2012, a unique, non-trade show event with collaborative connections between senior learning leaders and Learning 2012 sponsors.
“Learning changes are deeply engaged with innovative learning suppliers. They create the innovations, the learning systems, critical content, technology and services”, said Elliott Masie, host and curator. “We are honored to feature these providers in the podcasts and our event, including special showcase sessions.”
Frank Lonergan, CEO of Ancile Solutions, said: “The cross segment of organizations that are represented provides a wide spectrum of valuable information regarding actual learning needs and requirements in the market.”
Jennifer Randall, President of Maestro, said: "We are eager to be a part of such a unique event that really helps to inform the way we approach new solutions in learning and performance support."
Bill Finegan, Vice President of Knowledge Management Solutions at GP Strategies, said: "Excited to hear about practical uses of the changes in learning in the last year, and to see which trends are surfacing this year."
Learning 2012 participants include chief learning officers, training managers, learning developers and business leaders charged with evolving workplace learning. Participants from Global 1000 companies, government agencies and international corporations are the registrants for Learning 2012.
Listen to these short podcasts and perspectives by key learning suppliers at Learning2012.com.
About Learning 2012
Elliott Masie is the host of Learning 2012 - October 21 to 24 - Orlando, a unique gathering of thousands of senior learning leaders focused on the changing and evolving world of learning. Learning 2012 will include keynote discussions and interviews with Gen Colin Powell, USA Ret., Charles Duhigg (Author of The Power of Habit), Susan Cain (Author of QUIET: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking), Marshall Goldsmith and many more.