The theme of “Dynamic knowledge increase in changing times” of our past year's Corporate Universities & Ac@demies Summit in Paris attracted the forward-looking top-level enthusiasts from 28 countries. They managed to recontextualize the significance of integrating corporate learning needs in high-education and business practice.
“The conference was great, with different insights and various backgrounds – academics, people from the business, consortia..., we all could share our own experience, so it was very rich. I think this was the first time we covered only the topic of corporate universities,” revealed the Chairman of the Main Summit Day 1, Steve Fiehl, Chief Innovation Officer and Co-founder of CrossKnowledge, France.
The bar had been raised pretty high and our 2nd Annual Corporate Universities and Ac@demies Summit managed to exceed these expectations! This year we will be coming together for the 3rd edition of an even more insightful Corporate Universities and Ac@demies Summit, scheduled for 2-3-4 July 2013.
Why to start looking forward to it?
In 2013, 3 days of the 3rd Summit will divide sessions into streamed blocks and peer-2-peer learning sessions while putting the focus on 3 main topic areas.
As the corner stone for further knowledge, creative designs & development of corporate universities, including various learning cultures around the globe will be presented on the first day, followed by management and leadership skills for a successful mature CU on the second day. On the last day of the event, participants will have the unique chance to enjoy a one-of-a-kind digital learning, learning technology and corporate education exhibition.
The attendance is expected to reach 100+ senior-level participants and registrations had not been closed yet, there are still highly beneficial opportunities to join us!
25+ expert speakers and panelists and 70+ delegates from both private and public sectors are already committed to spend 3 days with us in Brussels and contribute with their knowledge, practical insights and innovative ideas!
Hope to see you there!
About Fleming Europe
Established in Slovakia, Fleming Europe represents a Pan-European B2B networking channel for specialists to collect & share knowledge. Since 2004, the company has been encouraging decision makers to share their experiences through market leading conferences, trainings and webinars. The annual audience of 10,000 Banking, Defense, Energy, Oil & Gas, Pharma, Telco and Transport peers benefit from insights on industry trends when applying them to their own business practices.
For more information visit www.flemingeurope.com
You can attend this free webinar and learn about the types of degrees you can obtain at the American University of Central Asia. You will be able to ask questions and express your thoughts to representatives of the university admissions office. To find out more and register please follow this link.
The International Conference on Education and New Developments—END 2013 has issued a 2nd Call for Abstracts. This will be the last call: participants will have until 29 March 2013 to turn in new submissions.
END 2013 - International Conference on Education and New Developments will be accepting abstract submissions until 29 March 2013, and authors will be notified starting on 26 April 2013. The conference will be held 1-3 June 2013 in Lisbon, Portugal, and registration is open until 17 May.
The Lüdwig Maximilians Üniversitat, in Munich, will offer Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), available to learners all over the world, starting this summer.
LMU will inaugurate their MOOCs in Summer 2013, with a set of four courses designed by notable professors:
1. Tobias Kretschmer, Professor of Business Studies, will present a course that deals with the fields of Strategy, Technology and Organization,
2. Barbara Conradt, Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology, will set out to answer the question of why cells die, and how one can study the scientific basis of the phenomenon,
3. Humboldt Professors Stephan Hartmann and Hannes Leitgeb tackle an issue that is at the heart of current approaches to the philosophy of science,
4. Donald Dingwell, Secretary-General of the European Research Council and holder of the Chair of Mineralogy and Petrology in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at LMU, has chosen a topic from the field of volcanology.
“That learners from all cultures, age groups and educational backgrounds worldwide can follow online courses given by recognized experts, form their own networks, discuss problems and find answers to them, and so help each other to master course content, is a truly revolutionary idea,” says LMU President Bernd Huber.