Technology-leveraged corporate learning LO19752 -Conf Jan 99

Executive KnowledgeWorks (
Thu, 05 Nov 1998 19:27:57 -0600

Dear Colleague:

Our company is presenting a conference addressing the convergence of
technology and human development that is taking place in organizations and
companies across America.

"Overcoming the Obstacles to Technology-Leveraged Learning," will take
place in Orlando on January 19-21, 1999 at the Caribe Royale Resort

The conference will feature over 30 senior-level practitioners from
Fortune 500 companies. They will present case histories and in-depth
forums revealing their creative solutions to:

* Budget constraints - featuring, among others, Kenneth Landa, Director,
Technology Enabled Learning at IBM.

* Network limitations and bandwidth issues - addressed by, among others,
Kord Kutchins, Instructional Design Group Manager at EMC Corporation's
EMCU (EMC Corp. was just selected as one of the top 10 performing
information technology companies in the world by "Business Week").

* IT or HR reluctance or difficulty in working together - discussed by,
among others, Angela Chammas, Group Manager of Technical Development from

* Organizational resistance to the implementation of new learning tools -
examined by, among others, Christine Ludwig, Vice President, Field
Technology at Prudential Insurance.

We are developing a series of conferences on the subject of technology and
development in the corporate setting. Upcoming topics include:

- The Convergence of and Human Resource Development and Knowledge Management
- Corporate Universities : In-depth Answers to Your Toughest Questions
- Technology Assisted Executive and Leadership Development

Please visit our Web site for more details on this event. We are at:

Thank you!

Thomas Tresser

The Bridgeman Institute
Slade Street Station
117 W. Slade Street
Palatine, Illinois 60067

"Conferences with a difference"

Toll free: (888) 768-6464
Voice: (847) 358-0889
Fax: (847) 358-0826


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