Corporate Learning Week 2014 Returns This November With 95% New Speaking Faculty

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Corporate Learning Week 2014 in Orlando Will Focus on the Intersection of Learning, Leadership and Talent

Great presenters & variety of break-outs, great mix of activities, great keynotes!

Corporate Learning Network, a division of The International Quality Productivity Center (IQPC), announced the agenda release of its16th Annual Corporate Learning Week (formally Corporate University Week) conference -

Corporate Learning Week 2014's central theme, "The Intersection of Learning, Leadership and Talent" will carry through over 100 hours of interactive workshops, case studies and networking opportunities. Agenda highlights include a site tour at JetBlue University and featured speakers from the Fortune 500 and leading global companies including Cigna, NY Life, Novartis, Bridgestone, Siemens, Dunkin’ Brands, and more.

The conference builds on Peter F. Drucker's insight that "Knowledge applied to tasks we already know how to do, we call it 'productivity’. If we apply knowledge to tasks that are new and different, we call it 'innovation'…". Producing meaningful innovation requires practices that can be taught, learned, and practiced by the majority of the knowledge workforce. These practices will be detailed in the program.

But There's More!

The featured speakers also discuss today's major today's training challenges: specific methods for aligning training with corporate goals, improving training economics by achieving more with less, and driving technology-enabled changes that significantly improve training results.

In addition, this year's program will offer detailed case studies to explore specific employee engagement practices that really work, learning analytics for making "data smart" training budget allocations, the transition to dramatically new ways of working in light of millennials’ increasing participation in the workforce, incorporating new learning systems and methodologies, and increasing the odds of change management success.

Last year's Corporate Learning Week attracted more than 250 participants representing over 150 companies from North America and Europe. This year’s program is expected to draw over 300 leaders in corporate learning and training from across industries, including healthcare, financial services, business services, consumer goods, hospitality & transportation and energy sectors. Due the tremendous response, qualified attendees are urged to register as early as possible since attendance will be limited.

To learn more about Corporate Learning Week, visit, call +44 207 368 9834 or email James.Linney(at)iqpc(dot)com.

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