Going global: what makes a successful international learning implementation?

by | Sep 9, 2011 | Articles

Join Towards Maturity for practical advice on delivering successful global learning at this free webinar on 23rd of September with Laura Overton, Managing Director, Towards Maturity and  Maria van Vlodrop, CERTPOINT Systems

Going global: what makes a successful international learning implementation?

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How do you ensure that your learning technologies deliver results when implementing  across different cultures and countries? This complex task demands more than technology and translation! Implementing learning technologies well also demands an understanding of how people learn, work and adapt to change.

In this webinar, sponsored by CERTPOINT Systems, Towards Maturity’s Managing Director Laura Overton organisations to provide practical ideas to increase adoption and improve impact. She will draw on Towards Maturity’s own benchmark research with over 400 multinational organisations and individual  as case studies to examine:

• Who influences success in global organisations
• What governance models are right for you
• How to bring stakeholders on board when they are spread around the globe
• 6 implementation areas to improve take- up efficiency and business agility
• Tips for a great implementation, launch and roll-out

Laura will be joined by CERTPOINT’s general manager for EMEA, Maria van Vlodrop, who will examine some of the technical considerations in implementing global learning programmes. In doing so, Maria will draw on CERTPOINT’s successful track record with implementing learning platforms internationally to illustrate the critical criteria for success.

How to register

When? Friday 23rd September: 10am  / 6pm UK Time ( choose the time that suits you best!)

Register HERE.

CERTPOINT is one of Towards Maturity’s 2011 Ambassadors who have helped to make the 2011 Towards Maturity Benchmark study possible.

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