Elearning! Publisher on ‘Most Influential’ List

Bob Little, who has been writing and commentating on technology-based training, including e-learning, since 1990, has published his 2011 lists of the world’s most influential people in the corporate e-learning sector. The lists were compiled on the basis of a person’s perceived influence on the e-learning industry — as a practitioner, commentator, facilitator and/or thought leader.

Listed under the Top Ten, labeled “Bubbling Under” was Catherine Upton, publisher and CEO of Elearning! magazine.

Leading the “Top Ten” for the second year in a row was Elliott Masie, who heads the Masie Center, a think tank focused on how organizations can support learning and knowledge within the workforce. He also leads the Learning Consortium, a coalition of 240 global organizations cooperating on the evolution of learning strategies.

Other North American entries on the “Top Ten” list were:

3) Fabrizio Cardinali, CEO of eXact learning solutions North America, chair of ELIG and a member of the board of directors for the IMS Global Learning Consortium.

7) Massood Zarrabian, CEO of Boston-based OutStart.

9) Jill Duffy, New York-based senior editor at eLearn, a new entry for 2011.

Joining Upton on the “Bubbling Under” list were Paul Sparta, chairman and CEO of Plateau Systems, and Charles Jennings, the former CLO of Thomson Reuters, who is still much in demand as a conference speaker and thought leader.

Bob Little, who has been writing and commentating on technology-based training, including e-learning, since 1990, has published his 2011 lists of the world’s most influential people in the corporate e-learning sector. The lists were compiled on the basis of a person’s perceived influence on the e-learning industry — as a practitioner, commentator, facilitator and/or thought leader.

Listed under the Top Ten, labeled “Bubbling Under” was Catherine Upton, publisher and CEO of Elearning! magazine.

Leading the “Top Ten” for the second year in a row was Elliott Masie, who heads the Masie Center, a think tank focused on how organizations can support learning and knowledge within the workforce. He also leads the Learning Consortium, a coalition of 240 global organizations cooperating on the evolution of learning strategies.

Other North American entries on the “Top Ten” list were:

3) Fabrizio Cardinali, CEO of eXact learning solutions North America, chair of ELIG and a member of the board of directors for the IMS Global Learning Consortium.

7) Massood Zarrabian, CEO of Boston-based OutStart.

9) Jill Duffy, New York-based senior editor at eLearn, a new entry for 2011.

Joining Upton on the “Bubbling Under” list were Paul Sparta, chairman and CEO of Plateau Systems, and Charles Jennings, the former CLO of Thomson Reuters, who is still much in demand as a conference speaker and thought leader.

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