Development and Learning in Organizations

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Article publication date: 28 June 2011



(2011), "Diary", Development and Learning in Organizations, Vol. 25 No. 4. https://doi.org/10.1108/dlo.2011.08125daa.014



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Article Type: Diary From: Development and Learning in Organizations, Volume 25, Issue 4

The 2nd Annual Strategic Talent and Leadership Development Forum 2011

5-6 July 2011, Wellington, New Zealand

To keep up with current demands and remain competitive as an employer of choice, organizations must focus on developing their talent and leadership capabilities for the future. By designing a human capital strategy in line with business goals, organizations are able to foster their talent and leadership potential to the benefit of the business.

The 2nd Annual Strategic Talent and Leadership Development forum provides an opportunity for human resources, organizational learning, talent management and leadership development professionals to come together to formulate approaches for further developing talent and leadership within their organizations.

Case studies from leading professionals will provide valuable insights to enhancing leadership potential, talent management and succession planning. Each session is followed by facilitated discussion. This will allow participants to delve deeper into issues critical to talent and leadership development through collaboration with a network of their peers.

Contact: www.liquidlearning.co.nz; Web site: http://liquidlearning.com.au/documents/TLD0711/TLD0711_I.pdf

International Conference on E-learning and Knowledge Management Technology

8-9 July 2011, Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia

The International Conference on e-Learning and Knowledge Management Technology (ICEKMT 2011), aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners who are interested in e-learning technology and knowledge management technology and its current applications.

The noted technology relates to the low-level technological issues, such as technology platforms and web services as well as some higher-level issues, such as context awareness and enterprise models, and also the peculiarities of different possible applications of such technology. These are all areas of theoretical and practical importance within the broad scope of e-learning, distance learning and knowledge management technology, whose growing importance can be seen from the increasing interest of the IT research community.

Contact: Rojina Adhikari. E-mail: info@icekm.com; Web site: http://www.icekm.com/

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