This is a recording of the web broadcast from Corpu on 18 November 2010.
Just owning technology does not drive business strategy. Using technology efficiently and effectively, however, can.
The Boeing Company (Boeing), with over 158,000 employees in over 70 countries, has one of the most complex and diverse global corporate workforces in the world. Unfortunately, acquisitions, mergers, and company growth resulted in the company having over 40 different learning management systems (LMSs) that delivered and tracked critical training, such as technical certification. Unable to effectively oversee corporate learning data with this patchwork of technology, the Boeing Learning, Training and Development (BLTD) function decided to consolidate those systems.
Come find out how Boeing’s award-winning initiative addressed critical success factors such as communication, change management, and complex technology needs. Learn how their LMS consolidation efforts resulted in:
“I’m grateful to be in this network. The calls I had with other members gave me the information I needed to move my project forward.”Annette RollsLeadership Development Program Designer, Boeing
“We were able to realize almost immediate value—in terms of definitively quantifiable savings—by implementing the concepts introduced during this [Art of Negotiation] program.”Ken MurphyEVP of Sales and Operations, Mattress Firm
“In my particular case, I certainly care about the HR functions, but that’s not why I wake up every day. I care about advancing the ball down the field with our people’s professional development skills and knowledge. You guys focus 100% on the learning piece, and that’s what I like.”Jim StewartCLO, Teradata