May 8, 2014 Chicago
Moderated by Kurt Olson, vice president of talent management and leadership development at Rush University Medical Center
Big Data Meets Big Learning
Emerging technologies, cloud computing and the era of big data aren’t just transforming how we deliver employee learning and development. They’re changing how we lead, organize teams, motivate employees and marshal resources, enabling us to make smarter decisions that drive targeted results. That shift requires chief learning officers to adapt and innovate how they deliver learning to the organization at large and how they prepare leaders to succeed. In the Breakfast Club series, our panel of industry experts leads discussions in cities across the United States about the role of learning in today’s dynamic environment and shares insight into the tools, processes and strategies that enable learning to deliver a big impact.
Thursday, May 8, 2014 InterContinental Chicago Seville Ballroom 7:30 am - 11 am
Seats are limited.
Registration Opens & Breakfast
Seville Ballroom Foyer
Close & Networking
Rush University Medical Center
Kurt Olson is the vice president of talent management and leadership development at Rush University Medical Center. In this role he oversees the talent management strategy for the hospital. Olson is implementing leadership talent reviews, succession planning processes, employee engagement initiatives, talent assessment processes and a leadership development academy in support of the RUMC strategic goals. In addition, he has responsibility for the talent acquisition function.
Chief Learning Officer
Mike Prokopeak is editorial director of Human Capital Media. Mike directs content for the CLO Symposium live conference series, the CLO Breakfast Club programs and all Human Capital Media magazines, as well as the Webinar series, research initiatives and special projects.
Eric is leading GP Strategies' research and development efforts with a concentration in enterprise-wide collaboration, innovation management and agile learning. Prior to GP Strategies, Eric held operations and management positions in the U.S. Navy, Department of Energy, and General Electric, RWD Technologies and Ancile Solutiions.
Ben Willis is senior director of product strategy at Saba Software, where he is responsible for the Saba Cloud offering. Prior to this, he was responsible for designing, building and leading a team of developers in the creation of Saba Social, which evolved to become Saba's next-generation talent management offering, Saba Cloud.
Apollo Education Group
Barry Feierstein is the Apollo Education Group’s chief commercial officer. He assumed this newly created position in December, 2013 with the goal of driving coordination and collaboration across Apollo’s global portfolio of higher education institutions, primarily by building corporate and association relationships.
Thank you to these organizations for making this event possible.
GP Strategies is a global performance improvement company driven to solve organizational business challenges and attain ultimate performance results. GP Strategies enables companies by developing and delivering enterprise-wide learning solutions and technologies, and sales and leadership programs to make people and process more effective and efficient.
Saba is a global leader in next-generation cloud solutions for talent management. The company helps organizations transform the way they work by enabling the continuous learning, engagement and development of their people network. Supporting the new world of work, Saba delivers learning, performance, succession, career development, workforce planning and compensation solutions that incorporate modern technologies such as social, collaboration, mobile and gamification. Saba solutions are based on the Saba Cloud platform, a highly scalable architecture that exceeds industry scalability, performance, and security standards. Saba currently supports over 31 million users from 2,200 customers across 195 countries and in 37 languages.
University of Phoenix
University of Phoenix is a fully accredited institution of higher learning built around the needs of working learners. And for organizations seeking more highly-skilled and knowledge-driven workforces, we provide tailored higher education solutions that can help you attract and retain top talent and smooth the transition of leadership within your organization. Our Workforce Solutions team will work closely with you to understand your organization's educational priorities and workforce skill gaps, and map them to our curriculum offerings to create meaningful educational and career pathways for your employees. Our more than 20 degree programs and 50 concentrations feature industry-aligned curriculum in business, management, information security and technology, health care, criminal justice, and public administration. We also have certificates, individual courses and professional development programs to meet your—and your employees’—short-term and long-term educational goals. Visit phoenix.edu/workforcesolutions to see how an education partnership with University of Phoenix has helped organizations like yours. Or contact a Workforce Solutions advisor at 800.433.3180 to discuss your particular needs.
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