Being successful in today’s complex business world requires teamwork that extends beyond the walls of your company. Collaborative learning is useful for rapidly extending the reach of your organization to work with your partners in developing solutions to various business challenges.
Keeping a partner group up-to-date and motivated is an important and challenging business function.
Collaborative learning involves not only delivering new and vital information in a timely and cost-effective way to partners, but also benefiting from your partner’s knowledge. Rather than a one-way “drink-through-the firehose” training session, we can now have a full-circle dialogue that captures the partners’ feedback and expertise. This benefits the channel people who rely on partners to deliver in either sales or supply chain, product marketing people who need to have their finger on the pulse of the market, and the other partners who can benefit from shared best practices. When partners are encouraged to contribute their own personal experiences, information, perspective, insight, capabilities and attitudes, the learning and value is greatly enhanced for all. Team members are compelled to display the knowledge they possess and discuss how they are using it to solve problems.
This e-seminar will feature the expertise of two diverse organizations, John Deere and Agilent, and how they have successfully implemented creative and impactful partner learning programs with direct bottom-line results. Join us Wednesday, November 3, 2004, at 2 p.m. Eastern / 11 a.m. Pacific
This CLO e-seminar will be presented by:
- Paul Fenton, John Deere
- Arnold Maler, Agilent Technologies, Semiconductor Products Group
- Mary Alice Colen, Interwise (moderator)
To register for FREE for this event, powered by Interwise, click here.Filed under: Learning Delivery