Nominations are now open for Chief Learning Officer magazine’s 2007 Learning In Practice Awards
by Site Staff
June 4, 2007
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Nominations Open for Chief Learning Officer Magazine’s 2007 Learning In Practice Awards
Chicago — Mediatec Publishing Inc. has announced that nominations are now open for Chief Learning Officer magazine’s 2007 Learning In Practice Awards. Award nominations are due July 15 and must be completed online at www.clomedia.com/learningawards.
“The Learning In Practice Awards recognize the best and the brightest leaders in the corporate learning industry,” said Norm Kamikow, Chief Learning Officer magazine editor in chief. “This year, we have also added new award categories to better align to the evolving challenges faced by learning executives, as well as to recognize some of the outstanding contributions the vendor community has made the learning industry.”
The categories for the 2007 Learning In Practice Awards include The Leadership Awards, The Vanguard Awards, The Innovation Awards, The Business Impact Awards, The Magellan Awards and CLO of the Year, the industry’s top honor.
Each of these categories features two separate divisions, based on the size of the organization.
The newly added Vendor Awards will be presented to those that have demonstrated outstanding performance in the following categories: outsourcing, technology, content and customer service.
The winners of the 2007 Learning In Practice Awards will be announced Oct. 2 during a special ceremony at the Chief Learning Officer magazine Fall 2007 Symposium in Tucson, Ariz.
David Vance, former president of Caterpillar University and Chief Learning Officer magazine’s 2006 CLO of the Year, will deliver the keynote address on “The Importance of Learning and Development for Corporate Profitability, Economic Growth and the Creation of Wealth.”
For more information on the 2007 Learning In Practice Awards or to complete a nomination form, please visit www.clomedia.com/learningawards or contact Brian Summerfield, Chief Learning Officer magazine senior editor, at email@example.com.
About MediaTec Publishing
MediaTec Publishing Inc. is an award-winning publisher of magazines and interactive media that focus on workforce development. Its Chief Learning Officer magazine was named “Best New Magazine “ by the American Society of Publication Editors and has been nominated for several Neal Awards, presented by American Business Media. Talent Management magazine is the newest title in the MediaTec family, which includes Certification Magazine and CLO SourceBook, as well as supporting electronic newsletters, special supplements, e-Seminars and interactive Web sites for each publication. MediaTec also produces the CLO Symposium conference series, which brings together international audiences to discuss best practices in corporate learning. Additionally, MediaTec’s family includes TrainingPrism.com, featuring original articles, columns and resources aimed at training managers, trainers, instructional designers and other workforce education personnel focused on creating tactical training solutions. All MediaTec publications, Web sites and events share a similar focus: an emphasis on providing readers, attendees and Web visitors with clearly presented information to help them succeed in new and changing markets.