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Speaker Ben Willis

Ben Willis is responsible for all of Saba's collaboration solutions, including Saba Centra, Saba Content, Saba Collaboration and Saba's most recent announcement, Saba Live. Ben has extensive experience in professional services and product strategy and a strong record of innovative product design and delivery. He has worked with clients in a broad range of industries on projects ranging in scope from departmental efforts to multi-national initiatives, impacting several hundred thousand users globally. Ben also regularly speaks at industry conferences as a subject matter expert on the topics of collaboration, learning, and social software.  Previously, Ben has held various product management and consulting positions at several technology and professional services companies, including Managing Consultant in Saba’s Professional Services group and Principle Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).

Harnessing the Power of Social Learning
Why you should listen to Ben: Plenary Session:  Wed Sept 14, 2011
9:30am - 10:00am

To overcome the challenges presented by an increasingly competitive business environment, organisations need more effective ways to engage their multi-generational workforce of Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y, and Millennials.  Social Learning accelerates workforce readiness through direct access to experts, conversations, notifications, and contributions which empower people to impact the business.  Social Learning augments the whole learning environment from Web-based to virtual classrooms to create a more engaging experience for the employee. Specifically we will cover how Social Learning delivers both formal processes for some learners and ad hoc experiences for others; how it helps to make sense of the “knowledge run wild experience” through crowd sourcing informal assets; makes visible group and individual competencies using dynamic network maps of skills and competencies; makes it easy to tag and collect any and all informal resources from across the enterprise.
Learn more about Ben Willis & SABA www.saba.com  

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