Fourth annual Executive Program offers insights and provides networking opportunities for global decision makers as they strive to ensure organizational success
Desire2Learn Incorporated (Desire2Learn), a leading provider of mission-critical enterprise learning solutions, today announced its plans for the fourth annual Executive Program: Elevate Your Institution’s Success.
Following a tradition of working with educators to improve education for all, this year’s program, to be held at FUSION 2011, focuses on “Elevating and Maximizing Institutional Success” providing participants with an opportunity to elevate institutional achievements and learners outcomes and successes.
Defining success for an institution or organization demands insight, understanding and confidence. Organizational leaders are relied on to demonstrate leadership, conviction and vision to be successful. Participants of the Executive Program will build valuable networks with colleagues to assist in their information gathering and decision making processes.
Desire2Learn has recruited a cadre of experts in the field that will help guide the conversations and solicit answers to difficult questions such as:
- How is success defined? Is it different for each of K-12, Higher Education, Government and Corporations?
- How can institutions achieve success in these incomparable times?
- How do we redefine paradigms to address the relentless rate of change and achieve the success that we demand?
- Is success affordable? Given the global competitive environment can we afford anything less?
“Institutions of all forms face similar issues as they strive to move forward through these unparalleled times of budget constraints, limited resources and increased competition,” states John Baker, President & CEO, Desire2Learn. “Through their participation in the Executive Program, attendees are able to share their insight, listen to informed opinions and shape their paths for the future. The value of the program extends well beyond the day as a result of the rich networking environment.”
For more information, please contact Charlene Douglas at Charlene.Douglas@Desire2Learn.com. To register, visit the Registration Page and select Executive Program. To receive the most current information regarding the Executive Program be sure to subscribe to the FUSION 2011 RSS feed.