Panel Presentation LTG129
Data and Analytics
Date Thursday, Nov 28 Time – Room Tegel
Everyone's talking about data and analytics in learning, but who is actually doing anything and why does it matter? Join this session to learn what you can do with analytics and data to guide your learning implementations. How can adaptive learning reduce speed to competence and increase the quality of learning? How can you use analytics to improve the quality of your offerings? We'll move from the general to the specific and provide valuable, practical insights.
Bert de Coutere
Center for Creative Leadership, Belgium
Bert’s professional life is all about competent people. He thinks, publishes, consults, designs and sets up learning and development projects for corporations. His areas of expertise include technology enhanced learning and leadership development.
Bert has been active in the field of corporate learning and e-learning for the last 20 years, first as instructor and course designer, later as project manager, consultant and business development manager. He worked at IBM Learning Development Europe where he was responsible for commercial e-learning development projects across Europe, and the management of the learning innovation initiatives. Six years ago he joined the Center for Creative Leadership where he is now a faculty and EMEA's IP & Innovation Lead. Bert wrote the book 'Homo Competens – Let’s talk about competent people in the network age', frequently speaks at conferences such as OEB and blogs.
Bert is currently a faculty member of the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) EMEA office. In his role he designs and develops customized leadership interventions and programs for clients. He is also the IP and Innovation Lead, making knowledge flow and orchestrating innovation initiatives.
Towards Maturity, UK
The High Performing Consumer Learner - Why Evidence Matters
As a Learning & OD strategist and expert analyst, Jane leads Towards Maturity's dynamic strategic insight unit and analyst services portfolio. She is a leading influencer in the People industry and champions the voice of People Development professionals. Jane has led and transformed all areas of OD, Talent, Learning & Development.
She leads a number of high-profile client portfolios, educating senior leaders to understand the power of evidence-based learning and insights that uncover why people do and don't learn effectively, so that they can transform their guidance of people, impact their learning & performance culture to bring a competitive edge to their organisation.
Before joining Towards Maturity, Jane was the Global Head of Learning & Development for Marks & Spencer and created an award-winning business-led Academy model to impact business performance and mitigate critical capability risks. Since leaving M&S Jane has supported over 1,000 global organisations to transform their impact.
Geislinger GmbH, Austria
Industry 4.0: Implementation and Management of a Skill-based Production Planning System
Training Manager at Geislinger, the global market leader for torsional vibration dampers for large engines.
Organizational development: conception and implementation of a program for the training of new trainers (train the trainer) in collaboration with various departments across the company
Training: delivery of in-house trainings in various domains (communication, didactic methods, explaining & questioning techniques, learning & learning styles, presentation skills)
e-Learning: conception and roll-out of a company wide e-learning system
Project management: implementation of a skills-based HR planning system for the industrial production process
Personnel development: conception & organization of training programs
Administration of training budgets & organization of training programs with external partners
Area9 Lyceum GmbH, Germany
Creating Impact at Scale with Adaptive Learning
Andreas Kambach has over 25 years of experience in training, coaching and personnel development with a focus on sales and concept development. He is managing director of a renowned training institute with locations in Hamburg and Leipzig as well as subsidiaries abroad.
In the past, he was also a member of the board of the Baltic Chamber of Commerce.
He last brought in his trainer expertise as author of the book “Dynamisch Verhandeln – Entscheiden, was andere entscheiden” (“Dynamic Negotiating – Deciding What Others Decide”).
At Area9 he is the Managing Director of Area9 Lyceum GmbH based in Leipzig.