Meet Senior Decision Makers From:

  • Fortune 500 Companies
  • Large Enterprises

With Job Titles Including:

Chief Learning Officers, Vice Presidents, Directors & Managers Of:

  • Learning & Development
  • Learning
  • Training
  • eLearning
  • Mobile Learning

Plus Key Industry Suppliers Of:

  • Bespoke Learning Solutions
  • Learning Management Systems
  • Authoring Tools
  • Performance Support / Performance Management Software
  • Gamification Platforms, Simulation Development & Game Design
  • Social Learning Platforms / Enterprise Social Networks
  • Mobile Learning Platforms & Applications
  • Video Solutions
  • Virtual Learning Solutions
  • Blended Learning Solutions


Kate Day

Kate Day

Vice President, Workforce Enablement, Global Technology & Operations


Lisa O'Donnell

Lisa O'Donnell

Vice President, Global Learning Services

Marriott International

Jennifer Embery

Jennifer Embery

Vice President & Learning & Development Manager

Wells Fargo

Maureen Doran-Houlihan

Maureen Doran-Houlihan

Vice President, Global Talent Development


William Epstein

William Epstein, EdD

Director, Applied Learning Technologies & Innovation

The Boeing Company

Cathy Cavanaugh

Cathy Cavanaugh, PhD

Director Of Teaching & Learning Worldwide

Microsoft Corporation

Riaz Uddin

Riaz Uddin

Associate Director - Learning Technologies & Content Systems

Verizon Wireless

Geoff Stead

Geoff Stead

Mobile Director


Steve Goebbert

Steve Goebbert

Group Manager, Strategic Learning Technology


Krishna Gathwal

Krishna Gathwal

Learning Technology Manager


Next Generation Corporate e-Learning "Engage The Learner" Congress


Engaging multi-generational workforces, particularly millennials, in non-compliance enterprise e-learning programs is a crucial challenge facing corporate learning and development strategists. At a time when the nature of learning itself is being transformed by social media, mobile devices and evolving expectations, the role of e-learning has never been so critical.

To fully leverage the benefits of innovative e-learning tools, techniques and technologies, learning and development strategists need to benchmark the functionality, practicalityand costs of mobile, social, gamification, video and content solutions. This will enable them to realign their strategic objectives with the ever-evolving learning environment to increase workforce engagement and drive business performance.

Learning and development professionals within Fortune 500 companies require a vendor-neutral forum, facilitated and led by learning and development strategists in which they can share best practices and benchmark the cost-benefits of e-learning solutions on the market.

Welcome To The First Enterprise-Led Congress To Focus On Integrating Innovative E-Learning Tools, Techniques & Technologies For Greater Workforce Engagement & More Effective On Demand Performance Support

Taking place in Chicago, the Next Generation Corporate e-Learning "Engage The Learner" Congress will deliver over 20 corporate case studies from learning and development strategists on integrating the latest e-learning technologies to measurably improve learning and development budget ROI. Speakers will unveil how to apply gamification strategies and mobile learning tools to increase millennial and multi-generational workforce engagement in enterprise e-learning programs and maximize ROI. They will also share valuable insights on how to develop a comprehensive social learning strategy and optimize on-demand learning, live remote learningand onlineperformance support formass-scale enterprise e-learning programs.

Case Studies Specific To Learning & Development Strategists Will Be Unveiled On Topics Including:
  • GAMIFICATION STRATEGIES: Providing real-life case studies on how Fortune 500 companies have implemented gamification strategies into their e-learning programs in ways that resulted in a tangible ROI
  • MOBILE LEARNING: Explaining how to cost-effectively implement a mobile learning strategy to increase interactivity & multi-generational workforce engagement in enterprise e-learning programs
  • TABLET LEARNING: Examining strategies for tailoring enterprise e-learning programs to maximally harness the increased functionality that tablets offer & deliver a more dynamic and personal experience to your workforce
  • SOCIAL LEARNING: Applying social learning tools to provide more organic, inclusive enterprise e-learning programs that increase interactivity, workforce participation & employee performance
  • LIVE REMOTE LEARNING, ON-DEMAND LEARNING AND PERFORMANCE SUPPORT: Optimizing on-demand, performance support & live remote learning for mass-scale enterprise e-learning programs
  • NEXT GENERATION e-LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES: Evaluating cutting-edge e-learning technologies such as cloning tools, cloud-base platforms & advanced data analytics to determine which will have the biggest impact on improving ROI
  • ENGAGING MILLENNIALS: Utilizing mobile, social, video & gamfication-based learning tools to increase the engagement of younger generations in enterprise e-learning programs

Live Streaming

Live Streaming


As The Only Congress Focused On Integrating Next-Generation e-Learning Strategies Into Fortune 500 Learning Programs...

...Learning and development strategists are excited about an opportunity to benchmark mobile, social, gamification, video and content solutions out of the spotlight of a vendor-biased user-group and in a peer-to-peer environment where everyone is facing similar challenges. Featuring over 20 case studies, attendees can benefit in the knowledge that every discussion will be:

100% Devoted To Enterprises / Corporations: 

  • Almost all other e-learning programs are either entirely for academic institutions or for a mix of academic and enterprise organizations; by focusing 100% on enterprise e-learning, our agenda delivers much more value to the target audience who face very specific challenges completely distinct from those of academia

Sharp Focus On Mobile, Social, Gamification, Video & Content Strategies: 

  • While other enterprise e-learning events tend to focus on more general e-learning strategies and only touch on these next-generation platforms and strategies, our agenda is entirely focused on the really cutting-edge technologies that they are really facing challenges with right now

100% Focused On Fortune 500 Companies: 

  • Fortune 500 companies face completely different e-learning challenges to smaller organizations due to the scale and scope of their operations; the fact that all our case studies will be coming from peers of similar size ensures the content will be maximally relevant to them

Vendor-Neutral & Operator Led:

  • Almost all other e-learning conferences have the bulk of the presentations from vendors, consultants and academics - this will be the only congress to be 100% from the perspective of decision-makers from enterprises themselves

Strategic Perspective:

  • By focusing only on those topics that are relevant to senior decision-makers at Fortune 500 companies rather than including topics more relevant to instructional-designers and other implementers the event provides a focused value proposition to a very specific target market


By continuing to use this site you agree to the use of cookies. For more information and to find out how to change this click here