Enterprise Learning! Conference 2012 Hosts Americas Top Learning Organizations

Corona, CA (PRWEB) September 10, 2012

Today, the Enterprise Learning! Conference & Expo (ELCE) announced the list of executives planning to attend the upcoming event hosted at the Hyatt Regency, Irvine, CA on September 25th 27th, 2012. More than 1000 executives will convene in Irvine and represent the largest, most innovative enterprises seeking learning and workplace technologies to build a competitive edge.

ELCE is built as a business to business marketplace where executives, technologists, and experts can share, network and learn from one another. We are thrilled to host leaders from the U.S. Air Force to Xerox Corporation at ELCE 2012, reports Catherine Upton, Elearning! Media Group Publisher and Host of the Enterprise Learning! Events.

Executives attending ELCE are building the 2020 Workplace with learning & workplace technology. They lead public sector organizations averaging 33,000 employees and corporate enterprises of 7900 employees. More than 7% hold management titles and 74% are currently funding enterprise-wide learning initiatives. These leaders convene at ELCE to meet executives who are driving organizational performance and competitive edge.

This years event continues to build on issues confronting business and public sector leaders. How to innovate? Where to leverage technology? What are the best practices of the high performing organizations? All these topics are presented at ELCE 2012, says Joe DiDonato, ELCE Conference Chairman.

Highlights of ELCE 2012:

Creating Time for Innovate by David Allen, author and New York Times bestselling author of Getting Things Done. Innovation is the hot topic of todays leadership and Allen is uniquely qualified to share the critical workplace productivity strategies to leverage to Innovate in todays business climate.

Learning Innovators Roundtable. What does an association have in common with a University and a high tech company? All three have built creative approaches to learning that drive revenues, enrollments and performance. Meet Derek Cunard, Dean of American Heart Association, Jeanne Dunn, Vice President, Learning@ Cisco and Yvonne Simon, Director, Southern New Hampshire University (also named Most Innovative Company by Inc. Magazine.)

Meet Bina48: The Worlds Most Advanced Humanoid

In the world of Web 3.0 and Android Smartphones, we seek to showcase real technology advancements in practice at ELCE. Bina-48 is the most advanced social robot. A culmination of advancements in artificial intelligence, search and computer sciences, she could be your next mentor, reports Joe DiDonato, ELCE conference chair.

Organizations Attending ELCE 2012 Include:

AAA Insurance Exchange

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