Towards Maturity sponsors 2008 e-Learning Awards

by | May 20, 2008 | Articles

In the 13 years we have been providing benchmarks for learning and development teams, one thing has remained the same – the disparity between the aspirations of the L&D team and the impact learning is having on the organisation.

In some areas that gap is closing and in others, it stays stubbornly wide. So how can learning leaders start to close that aspiration gap?

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The corporate learning market is rapidly evolving to meet the ever-changing demands of work and worker. The C-suite and L&D leaders can no longer ignore that over 90 percent of organizations do not realize the full value of their investments.

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Our Supporters also influence Towards Maturity's Health Check and research, providing insights on future trends and practices that should be investigated.

A  key part of Towards Maturity’s sponsorship will be to  share the good practice highlighted by the award winners and nominees more widely with others via this site.

The e-learning awards provide an excellent opportunity to showcase how learning technologies can be used effectively to improve both individual and business productivity. We  are continually looking for examples of next generation learning in the workplace – the creative use of learning technologies to deliver better learning and business  results.’

Clive Snell, MD of  Bizmedia comments on our sponsorship ‘We are delighted to have Towards Maturity as a Sponsor of the awards – as an organisation they are constantly looking for ways to highlight effective e-learning practice and share it with others. We have worked with Laura for a number of years and see that Towards Maturity an ideal partner for the e-learning awards’

This year’s awards are proving even more popular and the deadline for entry submissions is 30th of June. Click here to find out more.

 Do you have what it takes to be an award winner?

Check out  the 2007 e-learning awards winners stories online:

Excellence in the production of learning content:

Best e-learning project securing widespread adoption:

Best example of supporting learners online

Most tangible project ROI

Most innovative application of learning technology:

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