Cary, NC, March 28, 2014 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Jason Pontin, editor in chief and publisher of MIT Technology Review, will be the opening night keynote at the Training Industry Conference & Expo at the Raleigh Convention Center in Raleigh, NC from May 19-21, 2014.
Think of the most frustrating, intractable or simply annoying problems you can imagine. Then, think about what technology is doing to fix them. That’s what MIT Technology does with its annual list of breakthrough technologies. Jason Pontin presents the ten technologies, which, he believes, expand the scope of human possibilities and then opens the discussion on how this will impact the world of corporate training.
To learn more about Pontin’s keynote and the rest of the conference agenda, please visit TICE2014.com.
The conference theme is partnering for performance and the agenda provides multiple networking opportunities and informative learning sessions where training decision-makers can walk away with new partnerships and strategies to improve organizational performance.
Workshop sessions provide actionable solutions that can be applied immediately to an organization’s learning initiatives. In addition, the 2014 Training Industry Conference & Expo’s size is strategically set to provide a real networking experience where industry experts, training executives and world-class speakers can connect to discuss organization training solutions. The action-packed agenda consists of quality speakers who are presenting on the following topics:
• Alignment & Measurement
Register to connect, share and improve your performance by visiting www.TICE2014.com
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Contact-Details: Training Industry/Kat Tantayanurak/301 Harrison Oaks Blvd, 9196534986, TICE2014.com