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Human Capital Media (HCM), formerly MediaTec Publishing, offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Chief Learning Officer – CLO Media

Conferences

  • Chief Learning Officer Symposium (Spring / Fall)*

Meetings

Breakfast Clubs (Spring and fall event series in various US cities; annual general topic)

  • 2018: Reimagining the Learning Experience
    Tampa, Atlanta, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Chicago, Dallas, Seattle, Boston, New York City, Washington, D.C., Charlotte, Nashville
  • 2017: The Future of Learning
    Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Francisco, Atlanta, New York City, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Boston, New York City, San Francisco, Chicago
  • 2016: Learning Redefined
    Chicago, Dallas, Atlanta, Philadelphia, New York City, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Boston
  • 2015: Enterprise Education that Lasts
    Philadelphia, Dallas, Atlanta, Chicago, Boston, New York City, San Francisco, Washington, D.C.
  • 2014: Big Data Meets Big Learning
    Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, Boston, New York City, Washington, D.C.
  • 2013: High-Powered Learning: Development for a Changing Workplace
    Washington, D.C., New York City, San Francisco, Boston, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago, Dallas
  • 2012: High-Powered Learning: Development for a Changing Workplace
    Washington, D.C., New York City, San Francisco, Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Philadelphia
  • 2011: Learning Innovation: Development for a Changing Environment
    Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago, Dallas, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Boston, New York City
  • 2010: The Next Frontier for Learning and Development
    Washington, D.C., Boston, New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, Philadelphia
  • 2009: High-Impact Learning for Lean Times
    Boston, New York City, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, Dallas, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Chicago
  • 2008: Learning’s Value to the Enterprise
    Philadelphia, Chicago, Irving, Atlanta, New York City, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, D.C.
  • 2007: The Business Impact of Learning
    Kansas City, Irving, Garden Grove, Chicago, Arlington, Atlanta, Boston, New York City, San Francisco
  • 2006: The 2006 Business Intelligence Report
    Dallas, Philadelphia, Chicago, Minneapolis, San Francisco, Boston, New York City, Atlanta
  • 2005: The CLO 2005 Business Intelligence Industry Report
    Chicago, New York City, Burlingame, Dallas, Los Angeles, Boston, Arlington, Atlanta

Communities

  • Chief Learning Officer Network

Webinars

e-Seminars/ Webinars

  • 2010
    Connecting Learning and Hiring: Accelerating On-Boarding and Time to Productivity
    Strategic Thinking : Developing Leaders’ Skills Faster With Advanced Business Simulations
    Enterprise Collaboration: Can You Connect Social Learning and Business Performance?
    Performance Portfolios: Eliminating Assessment Subjectivity to Improve Employee Productivity and Engagement
    Improving Emotional Intelligence Through Behavioral Style
    The Role of Collaborative Technologies in Your 2010 Learning & Development Strategy: Fact or Fiction?
    Corporate Learning in 2010: Social, Mobile, Collaborative, Engaging and Fun
    Talent-Based Learning: Goodbye to the Stand-Alone LMS
    A New Paradigm: Employee Development Solutions in Tough Times
  • 2009
    Talent Development as a Corporate Strategy
    Blue Ocean Strategy: Create Uncontested Market Space and Make the Competition Irrelevant
    Business Next: People-Driven Strategies for Success
    Developing Talent: Today’s Most Critical Business Imperative
    Just-in-Time Training – Easy for the Presenter, Convenient for the Trainee

    Managing Talent in a 2.0 World – Putting It All Together
  • 2008
    Do You Really Need an Enterprise LMS? Maybe not.
    The Best of Both Worlds: Cost-Effective, Customized Management Training
    Creating an Effective Learning Environment Through the Use of Technology
    Learning and Performance Platform: It’s All About Optimizing Your Investments
    The DNA of Value in the 21st Century Global Economy
    Profit-Driven Training Programs for Partners and Customers
    Sustaining a Culture of Excellence in Continuous Learning
    Customer Training: 5 Ways to Fast-Track Your Programs in a Slow Economy
    Elliott Masie: Learning Strategies – A Fresh Look!
    Making All Learners Successful! Learning Styles and the Synchronous Classroom
    Future of Learning: Everything You Wanted to Know About Web 2.0
    Speed Up Software Implementations and Improve End-User Training
    A Practical Approach to Introducing Innovative Learning Programs in Your Organization
    Competencies: Gateway to Integrated Talent Management
  • 2007
    – Learning 2.0: Using Web 2.0 to Create Effective Informal Learning
    – Extending Learning Outside Your Borders
    – Back to the Future: CLO Symposium Fall 2007 Revisited
    – The Increasing Speed of Change and Its Impact on Business
    – The Latest Approach to End-User Learning Development and Collaboration
    – Selecting an Enterprise Learning Technology Vendor: The Need for an Integrated Technology Solution
    – Breakthrough Enterprise Learning and Leadership Trends: What You Need to Know Now
    – Building the Next Generation of Leaders at JetBlue
    – Improving the Financial Return on Learning: The Next Phase
    – Managing Enterprisewide Learning at Capital One University
    – Achieving Business Impact: SRA’s Business Capture Process
    – Why More Enterprise Companies are Adopting Virtual Instructor-Led Training over Traditional Classroom Training
  • 2006
    The Next-Generation Approach to Managing and Integrating Content
    Virtual Labs: The Next Frontier in Software Training
    From the Trenches: Global Succession Planning
    Best Practices in Blended Learning: Bringing New Technologies to Development Programs for Maximum Success
    Learning in Action: Tactics to Engage Learners and Increase Retention
    The Real ROI of Leadership Development: American Express Case Study
    Increasing the Strategic Value of Learning Organizations
    Enabling Success Through Learning Innovation
    Redefining the Role of the Learning Organization: Collaborative and Informal Learning Models and Technologies
    Accelerating Leadership Transitions Throughout Your Organization
    Custom Development: Creating Better, Faster and More Efficient Content
    The Role of Learning in Managing Regulatory Compliance
    The Future of Corporate Education: Embedding Learning Into Business Processes
    Moving Beyond Traditional Corporate Learning
    Driving Growth and Differentiating Brand by Establishing a Leadership Culture
    The Emergence of Managed Learning Services
    Key Retention and Leadership Development Strategies for Retaining Talent
    How to Increase Your Emotional Intelligence in Five Key Areas
    Benefits and Best Practices for Moving to an Enterprise-Wide LMS
  • 2005
    Leading Corporate Learning Into the Future
    Enhancing Sales Force Effectiveness
    Learning Content Management Strategies for the Future
    LandAmerica: Case Study in Integrating Performance and Learning to Drive Results
    Leveraging Technology for Learning Management
    Value Creation & Measurement in Learning Environments
    Rapid E-Learning: Focus on Virtual ILT
    Learning Function Governance: Centralization Strategies for Maximum Business Impact
    The Next-Generation of Blended Learning
    Preparing for Baby Boomer Retirement
    Increasing Workforce Productivity With Integrated Learning and Performance Management
    Isolating the Effects of Your Workforce Performance Solutions
    Managed Learning Services: Leveraging Technology & Training Outsourcing Services
    Running Learning Like a Business
    Workforce Performance Management: The Employee Perspective
    Formalizing Informal Learning
    Succession Planning: Beating the Panic
    Managing Human Capital For Strategic Advantages
    The CLO Position: Critical Issues and Changing Roles
    Workforce Performance Solutions: Engaging Employees to Increase Productivity
    Enterprise Education: Making Evaluation Work
    Connecting the Middle Managers: The Next Wave of Leadership Development
  • 2004
    Corporate Strategy: The CLO’s Role
    Increasing Partner Effectiveness With Collaborative Learning
    Leveraging Learning for Business Impact
    Collaborative Tools in the Learning Continuum
    Motivating Sales Forces
    The Myths and Mysteries of ROI
    Needs Assessments: Finding the Right Focus
    The Competency Gap: Aligning Education
    Moving from Impact to ROI
    Implementing and Sustaining ROI
    Performance Simulations that Drive Business Results
    The Vital CLO: Accountability to the Enterprise and Beyond
    Customer Education: Expanding Revenue and Reach for the Organization
    The Future Agenda of CLOs
    Online Simulations
    Blended Learning: Finding What Works
    Working Partners: The CLO and Executive Team
  • 2003
    Measuring Learning Investments
    The Enterprise LMS Market: Where Are We Now?
    The Other 80 Percent: Increasing Workforce Productivity
    The Strategic Impact of Corporate Learning
    War and the Strategic Impact on Enterprise Learning
    Organizing Enterprise-Wide e-Learning and Human Capital Management
    Enterprise Architecture for e-Learning: Working With the CIO
    Assessing Learning Management Systems
    The CLO’s Role: Enterprise Education and Change Management
    Do’s and Don’ts for Measuring Cost Benefit Analysis
  • 2002
    Collaborative Tools for e-Learning: What Works, What Doesn’t

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