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Enterprise Learning! Conference Announces Call for Papers

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ELC Abstract Submissions Close May 1st, 2018

Elearning! Media Group, hosts of Enterprise Learning! Events, announced today a call for papers for the Enterprise Learning! Conference 2018 (ELC18). ELC10 Call for Paper submissions will be accepted until May 1st, 2018.

Enterprise Learning! Conference 2018 (ELC18) hosts the exclusive Learning & Workplace Technology Conference for corporate, government and higher education executives. ELC18 provides executives an engaged environment to network, share and learn from leaders of the world’s top organizations. Featuring cutting edge research, Learning! 100 and Learning! Champion award winners, and expert learning technologists, this is the “must attend” forum for learning and performance executives.  Join the dialog as a conference presenter by submitting a call for paper by May 1st at: http://www.2elearning.com/rss2/item/56994-enterprise-learning-conference-call-for-papers

           

“Learning challenges have never been greater than now,” attests Catherine Upton, Conference Chair and Group Publisher, Elearning! Media Group, “We are seeing a massive transition in the workplace from millennials to automation and AI. How we deliver learning is shifting as well as the ecosystems that support it. Plus, the disruption from automation and AI will erase about 370 million jobs. This talent needs to be retrained and redeployed to new emerging roles. This is where L&D can lead the charge,” concludes Upton.

 

Since 2008, the Enterprise Learning! Events is the event where top global learning leaders confront business challenges such as these, share advice and strategize. 

 

The Business of Learning

ELC18 conference features four distinct tracks supporting the theme of “The Business of Learning.” They focus on strategy, best practices and technologies that drive business impact. The tracks are:

 

1.     Best Practices of the Engaged Workforce

Employee engagement is a top business objective among CEOs. Presenters should focus on topics like how learning leaders can impact engagement; how engagement is measured; how engagement impacts business performance, retention and culture. Research and case studies should point to convincing evidence and best practices to share with the executive audience. 

2.     Future Workforce Talent Strategies  

More than 370 million jobs will be displaced due to automation and Artificial Intelligence. Yet, 80% of CEOs plan to retrain and redeploy this talent. Learning & Development leaders will drive this important transition. Presenters should address how L&D can lead this transition; and how to plan for this disruption and strategies to futureproof the talent pipeline.

3.     Learning Ecosystem Evolution

Millennials make up a majority of the workforce; their communication and learning preferences are shifting learning practices and the supporting ecosystems. Add emerging technologies like AI, machine learning, AR, and VR to today’s mobile, virtual and video platforms, and witness a reimagined learning ecosystem.  Presentations are invited on the emerging ecosystems; how to personalize learning, tap predictive analytics and leverage immersive learning; and how cognitive and data driven intelligent systems are evolving.

 4.     The Business Impact of Learning

Talent management and L&D have vital roles to fuel the high-performance enterprise.  Presenters can focus on which learning initiatives have greatest impact; how to measure business impact; and how to make the case for L&D investments. Plus, how do leaders tap data and analytics to prove business impact.

 

To submit a paper, do so by May 1st for consideration  at: http://www.2elearning.com/rss2/item/56994-enterprise-learning-conference-call-for-papers

The ELC18 Audience

ELC18 is host of the 2018 Learning! 100 and Learning! Champion Awards honoring the top 100 learning organizations and those making extraordinary contributions to the learning industry. Attendees herald from Amazon Web Services, AT&T, NASCAR, Dept. of Defense, T-Mobile, and others.  Attendees are management level professionals charged with driving business impact via learning & workplace technologies. Each manages enterprise learning budgets up to $5.8 million annually and have an active learning and workplace technology initiatives.

Selection Process

The ELC18 Conference Advisory Committee will review all completed submissions received on or before May 1st, 2018.  Submissions must align with ELC18 themes and provide actionable content for real-world application. Vendors may submit proposals but will be subject to an additional sponsor fee.  Each accepted submission will be contacted by May 15th.

Submit your paper at:  http://www.2elearning.com/rss2/item/56994-enterprise-learning-conference-call-for-papers

About Elearning! Media Group

Elearning! Media Group is owned by B2B Media Group LLC. Elearning! Media Group consists of twelve media products including: Elearning! Magazine, Government Elearning! E-Magazine, e-mail newsletters, Alerts, 2elearning.com, Elearning! Web Seminars Series, the Enterprise Learning! Conference. Elearning! Media Group serves the $243 billion learning & workplace technology market.  Suppliers and practitioners can follow us: online at www.2elearning.com; on Twitter: 2elearning or #ELC17 or #VLS15; via Facebook: Elearning!-Magazine or LinkedIn: Elearning! Magazine Network or Elearning! Summit or Enterprise Learning! Conference.

Enterprise Learning! Events
The Enterprise Learning! Events bring onsite and online audiences together to learn, network and share. Mark your calendar for Enterprise Learning! Conference 2018, the exclusive learning and workplace technology marketplace, September 2018. Enterprise Learning! Conference hosts a Celebration of Excellence with the Learning! 100 Award Reception & Learning! Champion Awards. For more information about the Enterprise Learning! Conference visit http://www.elceshow.com after April 15th, 2018. Learn more at:  http://www.2elearning.com/events 

 

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