Revolutionary Training Techniques Used by Fortune 1000 Companies


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Clinical Assistant Professor, Georgia State University
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Client Partner, Assima
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    Thu, Apr 07, 2016 at 10AM Pacific / 1PM Eastern
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Have you ever needed to:
  • Implement complex systems or functional upgrades?
  • Train thousands of users?
  • Develop what feels like endless content?
  • Set up and maintain costly live training environments?
  • Support rapidly changing processes and training material?
  • Adhere to stringent language and data privacy requirements?
  • Implement just-in-time training?

Learning professionals frequently face these and other challenges. How can we empower ourselves—and our teams—to rapidly and effectively address these needs? And how can we positively impact business functions around them?
Training is more than just teaching users. Real success lies in helping them improve their performance while also creating company-wide efficiencies. The problem is, traditional training solutions can only combat a fraction of company needs, often producing sub-par results.
Join Dr. Mike Law for this webinar to explore the revolutionary training solutions that have changed the face of many Fortune 1000 companies’ learning landscapes. Plus, delve into the academics fueling the future of learning.

About Michael Law

Mike Law has over 25 years of experience working in the corporate learning services field for Fortune 100 companies, serving in a variety of capacities, including instructional designer, project manager, senior learning design manager, enterprise content solutions manager and client project liaison. His experience also includes custom eLearning development projects with a variety of corporate and government organizations.

Law has also facilitated courses in instructional design and technology, evaluation and assessment, and learning theory for emerging learning technologies for the University of Georgia and Georgia Southern University.

Law is a member of the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) and is the current president of its Atlanta chapter. He is a frequent speaker at professional conferences and academic institutions on the topics of instructional design, eLearning, performance support, and managing a corporate learning services operation.

About Matt Hoyt

Matt Hoyt has extensive background supporting large-scale corporations through cost, business and financial analysis as well as change management. His 9 years of experience spans industries including: healthcare, financial services, manufacturing, food & beverage and government both domestic and international. 

As an Assima Client Partner, Matt’s current focus is helping clients leverage advanced software cloning technologies to optimize enterprise system implementation and end-user performance.

Matt’s formal background includes a Bachelor of Science in Finance & Master’s Business Administration from Eastern Illinois University.

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