Global training course is named ‘program of the year’ for best-in-class integrated learning
Paris – Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services, has won a 2017 Skillsoft Innovation Award in the “program of the year” category. Capgemini received this award in recognition of its Engagement Managers Transformation program, an integrated learning journey devised to drive community engagement, create business impact and deliver value to its clients across the globe.
Capgemini was presented with the award at the recent global Skillsoft Perspectives Conference held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Steven Smith, Executive Vice President, Director at Capgemini University said: “The Skillsoft award for our Engagement Managers Transformation program demonstrates Capgemini University’s important role in building aligned capabilities with agility and speed for the digital-age, in order to drive business impact and client value. We appreciate our strong working relationship with Skillsoft, and always look forward to discussing current industry trends with learning and talent management professionals at the annual Skillsoft Perspectives conference.”
"We congratulate the award winners who have achieved excellence in learning and talent management with Skillsoft and SumTotal1 ," said Bill Donoghue, chairman and CEO, Skillsoft. "This year's event showcases how our customers and partners are using innovative ways to engage with their modern learners. Technology and accessibility is changing the shape of learning. Networking discussions focused on key trends, such as eLearning, micro-learning, multi-modal content, social learning, and mobile accessibility that are critical for today's global companies. We are honoured to recognise those who have creatively used our beautiful technology and engaging content to create a quantifiable impact for their employees and organisations."
2017 Skillsoft Perspectives brought together more than 1,000 HR professionals and industry experts from organisations around the world to explore the new approaches in learning, how companies need to engage with the modern learner, and how organisations create consumer-led content and technology experiences. The awards were judged by an independent panel of thought leaders including industry analysts and subject matter experts from Skillsoft and SumTotal.
Steven Smith and Dr. Regis Chassé from Capgemini University both presented thought leadership sessions at the conference.
For more information on the 2017 Innovation award winners, please visit http://perspectives.skillsoft.com/2017/awards.html.
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