July 23 - 25, 2018
Nashville, TN

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2017 Corporate Learning Analytics Agenda

Join us July 24-26 in Nashville!

Whether you're looking to make a business case for redesigning your learning measurement strategy, bench-marking your current learning evaluation framework, or immersing yourself in the evolving learning analytics ecosystem, this four-day agenda is packed with interactive workshops, cross-industry panel sessions, insightful case studies - and even a site tour! - to ensure you can confidently prove and improve the value of your corporate learning investments.

If your day-to-day focus is on:
Training Effectiveness
Increasing Employee Engagement
Cultivating Business Partnerships
Strategic Learning Technology Investments

This event if for you!

Exclusive Content

Global Learning Management Systems Market 2014-2018

LMS is a form of learning has substantial cost-benefits and proven results in terms of increased efficiency and productivity of employees, so many firms across the globe have completely replaced traditional forms of learning with a LMS. It has become important for organizations especially those that have expanded their business into the global market and need to train employees across different geographic locations.

In this exclusive sample report by our partners at ASD Media, analysts forecast the Global Learning Management Systems market and its growth over the period 2014-2018.

Top Learning Measurement Insights

In advance of the 2nd Annual Corporate Learning Analytics event, we've taken the liberty of rounding up some of the most relevant material from our event partners that will be attending in July. This collection of whitepapers, articles and presentations further dive into the space of learning analytics.

2017 Corporate Learning Analytics - L&D Market Snapshot

Take a look at the 2017 Market Snapshot that with insights from our surveyed pool of L&D leaders who also face the same challenges in their own organizations If you would like to receive this directly to your inbox, please email: enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com

2017 Corporate Learning Analytics Post Show Report

Want to learn more about what happened in 2017? Check out our Post Show Report that highlights: Attendee Stats, Top Speaking Sessions, Photos, Key Priorities for Learning Analytics Excellence and more!

Sponsorship Information

2017 Sponsorship Prospectus

Download your copy of the Sponsorship Prospectus.
Alternatively, if you would like to receive it via email, contact us.

Fast Track Your Attendance

A Letter to Convince Your Boss

Present your approving manager with this customizable letter detailing the reasons why you should attend Corporate Learning Analytics and you'll be sure to receive permission to join us.

2017 Corporate Learning Analytics Current Attendee Snapshot

Want to see who you are going to be networking with? Take a look at the attendee snapshot


Why data analysts are vital to corporate learning and development

Xerox Learning Services helps show the need for data analysts in learning and development, the data analysis process and identifying predictive differences, types of learning data, the stuff you shouldn't try at home, and identifying the right person for the job.

Learning Analtyics Data-driven, action-oriented insights

Optimize learning programs and demonstrate the real business value. Business intelligence technology provides a quick and easy way to collect and analyze L&D data, compare it to historical trends and targeted benchmarks, and clearly communicate — and act on—the results.


Creating a Culture of Continuous Improvement

Jennifer Carlson, Supervisor, Learning Analytics at JetBlue University, speaks about common metrics, collaborative data reviews capability building, SVP safety, security, & training, having a research & analysis plan (RAP) and data inventory as well as much more.

Collaborating Across the Enterprise, Engaging Stakeholders to Deliver ROE (Return on Expectations)

Barankewicz Sr. Manager, Learning & Development at Avon, discusses keys to meeting stakeholder expectations, stakeholder analysis, exercises you can implement to create your stakeholder/network map, balanced scorecard approach to define expectations, business case examples, and more.

Learning measurement and evaluation are behind the times

Andy Whitaker, Consultant at Rustici Software (dba Watershed LRS), presented on learning metrics and discussed a recent survey of CLOs by IDC, how measurement capabilities impact an organization’s perception of L&D, What holds us back, A collection of disconnected systems and applications, the benefits and the future of an L&D environment, and more!

Calculating ROI in Training and Performance Improvement

Caroline Hubble MSOD, CPLP, CRP, Chief Consulting Officer, ROI Institute, Inc. and speaker at the 2016 Corporate Learning Analytics Summit. In this past presentation Caroline presents ways of recognizing reasons for evaluating programs and being able to identify the elements needed to complete program evaluations. Although L&D is no stranger to calculating return on investment, a great confusion around ROI remains in implementing a credible approach. Too often, learning organizations fear that reporting a negative ROI demonstrates a poorly aligned program, whereas an exceedingly high ROI undermines credibility. To demonstrate the contribution of training projects and programs, this presentation provides a step-by-step guide in employing a credible financial return methodology in isolating the effects of learning to the rest of the organization.

Techniques on Measuring Leadership Effectiveness

Peter Mostachetti, Leadership Solutions Incubator, Manager Champion and Sarah McNee, Continuous Learning Leader, speakers at our past 2016 Corporate Learning Analtyics Summit goes over Deploying analytic-based learning to enhance technology enabled experiences for over 45,000 managers, Applying collaborative approaches to changing leadership in a globalizing workforce, Determining benchmarks to measure milestones in leadership and management development

Driving Results through Upfront Goal Setting and Outcome Measurement

David Vance, a Past Presenter for Corporate Learning Week covers the the simple process for L&D alignment, even within complex multi-national businesses, Defining and agreeing on outcomes and success metrics before designing learning experiences as well as sample report formats to use in managing programs and communicating results to senior business leaders.

Moving Your Learning Agenda

Whether in IT, technical R&D, marketing, or HR, organizations have to develop the core skills in leaders at all levels of the organization that will allow them to move their agendas. In today’s complex organizations good ideas are not enough. Learn More from Samuel Bacharach


Strategies for Learning & Development

Kim Kavala, Assurant's Vice President of Global Learning & Development, discusses the metrics Assurant uses to tie training results to organizational goals, top priorities when setting a global L&D strategy, how to communicate training results to business leaders, and more!

Scaling Learning Measurement for a Global Workforce: The TGI Friday's Story

In this exclusive interview with Jim Mason, Director of Learning & Development at TGI Fridays, he shares his top priorities for 2016 in training one of the largest global restaurant chains, including: targeted, collaborative training solutions; valuable LMS insights; and communication methods in reporting training results to business leaders.

Building the GE BrilliantYOU Platform

We sat down with Chantelle Nash, Program Manager, Digital Learning and Engagement for GE, along with Sara Ley, Digital Learning & Technology Leader at GE as they discuss the path that GE took in building a continuous learning culture.

Learning & Leadership in Tennessee

We sat down with Dr. Trish Holliday the Assistant Commissioner & state Chief Learning Officer for the State of Tennessee, before here fireside chat this July 25th to discuss proven processes to developing and implementing a learning and development strategy, strategies to recruit, retain and reward top talent, while creating a learning culture within state government.


The Future of Learning at DAU

People all over the learning world are busy applying new technologies to engage a workforce that learns differently. The Defense Acquisition University (DAU) is no different. DAU has developed a New Strategic Plan which includes a comprehensive learning strategy _ the Acquisition Learning Model (ALM) ensuring both alignment with business strategy and directly targeting their vision and mission. Comprising three separate yet integrated domains, the ALM “links” training (both in classroom and on-line); acquisition resources and job support tools; mission assistance and customized workshops —allowing them to be Current, Connected, and Innovative in every area. To learn more about the DAU jouney in to the Future of Learning... keep reading


5 Steps to Smarter Corporate Learning

Technology is changing the way people learn today - Successful data & Analytics transformation needs to focus on 5 elements. What are they? Watch this exclusive Corporate Learning Analytics video to find out more...

Sponsorship Information

2017 Sponsorship Prospectus

Download your copy of the Sponsorship Prospectus.
Alternatively, if you would like to receive it via email, contact us.

Attendee Investment Report

Take a look at what the attendees of the upcoming Corporate Learning Analytics had to say about their challenges, investment areas and more! If you prefer to receive a copy of this email Dionne.Mariavaz@iqpc.com