Improve performance at Business Educa Berlin

by | Oct 28, 2010 | Articles

We are at a stage where innovative thinking isn’t just about being fashionably ahead of the curve, it is becoming a necessity for survival.

Our existing ideas need to be challenged and we need to be open to new approaches  and that is one of the reasons I am so pleased to be involved in the steering board of Online Educa Berlin which is now in it’s sixteenth year!

OEB is unique in its focus on bringing individuals together from the corporate, pubic and education sectors to Every year over 2000 participants from more than 90 countries world-wide come together, making it the most comprehensive annual meeting place for technology-supported learning and training professionals in Europe.

It has always provided rich networking opportunities but in 2010, it is creating a really special networking and learning opportunity for those who are working in business:

New for 2010 – Business educa

Senior business managers don’t want learning, they want results. Business EDUCA focuses on achieving organisational results through collaborative intelligence and learning. OEB designed Business EDUCA for organisations large and small, non-profit and bottom-line driven. Network with peers, and solve problems cooperatively. Business EDUCA is about getting things done in organisations. It’s not academic. It draws from practice, innovation and research and focuses on outputs rather than inputs.

Business EDUCA provides the opportunity to explore, discuss, debate the latest issues facing organisations today. The sessions allocate time to collaborate with colleagues both on line and in person to create a programme unique tailored for each participant.

Subjects to be discussed include

  • Improving business impact with mobile learning
  • Improving performance in health
  • Innovative approaches to boosting sales and customer loyalty
  • The 21st century learning professional
  • Working smarter with learning networks
  • Coping with the crunch – how can we REALLY deliver more with less
  • & much more!!

Business Educa provides an amazing opportunity to connect with those who most of us normally only follow on Twitter  (see below for some of the amazing speakers).

Naturally we will be covering the hot topics on the TM site but it isn’t the same as being there yourself – try as we might we can’t magic up the atmosphere of Berlin at christmas time!

Do let us know if you are coming – we’d love you to join us!

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Who will you meet?
Doug Beckwith, University of Phoenix, USA, Josh Bersin, Bersin & Associates, USA, Debbie Carter, TJ (formerly Training Journal), UK, Jay Cross & other members of the Internet Time Alliance, USA, Bert De Coutere, IBM, Belgium ,Jane Hart, Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies (C4LPT), UK,Cynan Houghton, Oxfam GB, UK,Jenny Hunt, Schemeta, UK ( behind the great elearning readiness toolkit for the NHS), Charles Jennings, Duntroon Associates Ltd, UK, Sarah Lindsell, PricewaterhouseCoopers, UK,Svetlana Omeltchenko, British American Tobacco, UK,Joe Pokropski, Thomson Reuters, USA, Lesley Price, Becta, UK, David Rome, NHS Education for Scotland, UK,Gwendolin Rugen, Telefonica O2 Germany, Richard Straub, European Learning Industry Group (ELIG), France,Donald Taylor, Institute of IT Training, UK,Nick van Dam, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, The Netherlands, Erica Wadley, Microsoft, USA

Plus over 300 other speakers to inspire innovation in your organisation

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