Cornerstone OnDemand European general manager to discuss e-learning trends

Cornerstone OnDemand, specialist in on-demand, integrated learning and talent management software, today announced that Vincent Belliveau, the company’s European general manager, will be among the experts discussing e-Learning technology trends and innovations for Solutions Ressources Humaines E-Learning Expo 2009. 

The panel, entitled “ELearning Platforms: State of the Art” and moderated by Michele Diaz, director of Fefaur and head editor of e-learning-infos.com, is scheduled for 10 March, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.  The expo is being held 10-12 March, 2009 in Hall 5.1, at Porte de Versailles, Paris. 

“Geographically dispersed workforces and limited budgets are driving increased implementation of blended learning programs, with companies in France and continental Europe migrating more of their online training to eLearning and virtual training,” said Vincent Belliveau, General Manager, EMEA, Cornerstone OnDemand.

“In addition, more organisations are realising the significant benefits of using a single platform across the enterprise for all eLearning and instructor-led training initiatives, thus truly industrialising their blended learning programs.”

In addition to conducting demonstrations of its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)-based learning and talent management solutions, Cornerstone also is leading two workshops during the expo, which will discuss the emerging role of enterprise social networks for developing and retaining top talent. 

Commented Belliveau, “There is growing interest in incorporating enterprise social networks as part of a blended learning strategy.  For example, employees can continue to develop and exchange knowledge via communities of practice.”

The expo workshops include:

“The Critical Role of Enterprise Social Networking in Successful Learning & Talent Management Strategies”  (Wednesday, 11 March, 10 – 11 a.m., Room 1)

“The Critical Role of Enterprise Social Networking in Successful Learning & Talent Management Strategies”  (Thursday, 12 March, 3:15 – 4:15 p.m., Room 2)

Comments are closed.