Boulder, CO; May 22, 2014 – Xyleme CEO, Mark Hellinger, and Baker Hughes Learning Processes & Standards Manager, Meta Rousseau, will co-present “Building a High Impact Learning Organization” during the Oil & Gas Human Capital Summit, in Houston, Texas on Thursday, May 29th at 9:45am.
Organizations experiencing the typical Learning & Development challenges associated with a highly regulated industry will benefit from seeing first-hand how Baker Hughes has successfully aligned the learning function to the business, creating a positive impact on the overall company’s strategic goals.
“Improving time to competence for employees and collecting data at every step of the learning process is of top concern for organizations today” explained Hellinger. “And all of this begins with putting the right technology enablers to work in the enterprise for content management, delivery and measurement.”
Hellinger and Rousseau’s session will cover:
- Building the competency continuum through curriculum, content and engagement strategy
- Designing the next generation of analytics to demonstrate the link from learning to performance
- Using open, flexible enterprise systems to deliver continuous learning
“The key to success for any organization is its employees,” commented Rousseau. “When employees are engaged, they are able to contribute to the overall success of the organization. Setting employees up for success starts with effective learning.”
Xyleme, Inc. is the leader in standards-based learning content management solutions that enable single-source publishing and personalized delivery of training content. Xyleme’s learning platform enables companies to author, manage, publish, deploy and measure learning from the cloud with Xyleme LCMS and Bravais® — the integrated product suite used for XML-based online courseware, instructor-led training and performance support content from any LMS, web portal or mobile device. The built-in “Tin Can” Learning Record Store (LRS) captures all learner activities and includes rich Analytic Dashboards complete with an open API.