Speexx Exchange is Coming to Berlin Oliver Halbig
Digital Transformation in HR and L&D
Speexx Exchange 2016 took place in Berlin, on November 30. Thank you to all the participants and the speakers for making it a great event! Join the global HR and L&D community for the 7th edition of our annual invitation-only reality check on e-learning and talent management practices. Register below for Speexx Exchange in Berlin, on December 6, 2017.
Speexx Exchange Berlin 2016
Impressions Speexx Exchange
At Speexx Exchange 2016 we discussed Digital Transformation, making a case for blended and mobile learning, knowledge management best practices and much more. All participants and speakers contributed tremendous value to the output of the day by actively participating and through their valuable input during the workshops, providing great takeaways for all who attended.
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This was Speexx Exchange 2016
What´s ahead for the coming year? Meet HR and L&D experts from around the world to discuss the latest trends in eLearning and Talent Management.
On the eve of Online Educa | Hotel Interconti Berlin
Experts and thought leaders from the global HR and L&D community from more than 15 countries
Networking, latest industry research, best practice on global digital transformation projects.
Plenty of time to mingle and enjoy the best food served by the renowned Hotel InterContinental cuisine
Have a look at the speaker panel that were with us at Speexx Exchange 2016. Attendees received great insights into the impact of digital transformation on corporate learning and HR from multiple angles and geographies.
Your Host: Laura Overton | MD | Towards Maturity
Laura is the Managing Director of Towards Maturity – a not-profit benchmarking practice that provides independent research to help business deliver improved performance through learning innovation. Her work is based on 25+ years of practical experience looking at learning innovation for business advantage, backed by her independent research with over 5,100 organisations and 25,000 learners since 2003.
Jorge Reyes Lindsay | Head of Innovation | Santander Chile
Mr Reyes Lindsay has a long-spanning career within Santander in support of employee development within the highly ambitious country department of Santander Chile, spearheading a Digital Transformation L&D project. Santander was founded in 1857 and is one of the world´s leading international banks. The company boasts an 82% employee satisfaction index and in 2016 has over 193,000 people under – a staggering 97% permanent- contract.
James Ma | Head of HR | Head of the Learning & Development Center | Pharmaceutical MNC China
Mr. James Ma is Head of Learning & Development Center at a pharmaceutical MNC in China. James has over 20 years experience in Talent Management, Organization Development and Leadership Training and Development, covering pharmaceutical and healthcare, Fast Manufactured Consuming Goods, consulting and training industry. James received his MBA degree in UK and is also a Certified Assessor and Facilitator from some outstanding international consultation and training company. He has collaborated with GE, P&G, FedEx, Amway, PepsiCo, Goldman Sachs, Baidu, HSBC, Shell, Intel, HP, Merck, Huatai Insurance and others. James will discuss the Chinese perspective as part of a global HR organization.
Martin Addison | CEO | Video Arts, Longer lasting learning
Martin Addison is CEO of Video Arts Group. With more than 25 years’ experience in the learning content and technologies business, he has become one of the foremost speakers and thought leaders on the subject of video in learning. Video Arts was established in the UK by a small group of television professionals, including the actor and comedian John Cleese, who pioneered the use of broadcast quality video and humor in training. Since 2007 Video Arts has been part of the Emmy & BAFTA award-winning Tinopolis group, one of the largest independent media producers across television, animation and new media with operations in the US, Europe & Asia. Video Arts were recent winners of the IELA E-learning Award for Mobile Learning, the Grand Award at the World Media Festival, Gold Winners at the Cannes Media & TV Awards and Platinum Award winners at the LearnX Awards.
Brenda Barbour | Manager Knowledge & Communications Department IEG | World Bank Group
Brenda is a Knowledge and Learning professional with over twenty-five years of experience leading teams and managing projects that empower people to capture and use knowledge well. She is acting Manager of the Knowledge and Communications Department of the World Bank Group’s (WBG) Independent Evaluation Group (IEG). She also leads IEG’s Knowledge, Learning, and IT team, whose goal is ensuring effective learning and knowledge sharing from IEG’s work.
Chris Proulx | President & CEO | LINGOs
Chris Proulx has been working for over twenty years on breakthrough ideas and business models, especially at the intersection of learning and technology, that expand the reach and impact of learning globally. As CEO of LINGOs, he leads a global team and robust network of social and private sector organizations seeking new and innovative models for learning and professional development in the NGO and social sector; quite literally delivering learning to those doing the hardest work in the hardest to reach places on Earth.
Steven Atkins | Alliances Manager | Saba
Steven has been involved with the HCM market for over 9 years, initially at Softscape and more recently at Saba. Here he has helped organisations achieve value and transformation using Saba’s cloud-based Intelligent Talent Management solution to develop and engage their employees. With machine learning at its core, Intelligent Talent Management offers proactive, personalized recommendations on candidates, connections and content to help your employees and organization lead and succeed.
Agenda Speexx Exchange
09:00 h – BREAKFAST AND REGISTRATION
Room Bellevue, Hotel InterConti Berlin
10:00h – WELCOME
Laura Overton, Towards Maturity
Armin Hopp, Speexx
10.15h –KEY NOTE
Make it Happen: Unleashing the Power of Your People
Laura Overton, CEO & Founder, Towards Maturity, London
10.45h – BEST PRACTICE Training and Knowledge Management for a Global Workforce: A Journey Toward Our Shared Goal Brenda Barbour, Lead Knowledge Management Officer, The World Bank Group, New York
11.15h – COFFEE BREAK
Meet your peers!
11:30h – BEST PRACTICE A Massive Shift: the Digital Transformation Ambition of Santander Jorge Reyes Lindsay, Training Manager at Santander Bank, Chile
12:00h – BEST PRACTICE Developing Talent in the Hardest to Work Places Chris Proulx, President & CEO at LINGOs, New York
12:30h – LUNCH
13:30h – REALITY CHECK I
Your live vote on selected questions from the annual Survey 2016 which runs until January 2017. The room to discuss responses.
13:45h – BEST PRACTICE Mobile & Flexible Learning – A Case for Blended Training at Air Canada Steven Atkins, Alliances Manager, Saba
14:15h – COFFEE BREAK
14:30h – BEST PRACTICE Accelerated Leadership Development Program for Emerging Leaders in China James Ma, Head of the Learning & Development Center at a Pharmaceutical MNC China
15:00h – REALITY CHECK II
Your second live vote for the day, again on selected questions from the annual survey 2016. The room to discuss responses on the spot.
15:15h VIDEO IN LEARNING ‘THE NEW RULES’ Martin is a forerunner of the video industry and founder of Video Arts, alongside actor and comedian John Cleese who pioneered the use of broadcast quality video and humour in learning. In this compact and witty talk, Martin will explore the amazing growth of online video in recent years that has completely changed the way we communicate and has driven our interest in using more video for enterprise learning than any other digital media.
15:30h – Workshop REALITY CHECK III Crowd sourcing activities and group interaction
Interactive group discussions on “Make it happen: how will I take action in my company?” Every group presenting findings to the hall.