NetCom Learning announces one week left to see some of the top leaders, like Guy Kawasaki and Ray Kurzweil, in the world at the World Innovation Forum
Promoted by NetCom Learning and HSM, World Innovation Forum offers business professionals a rare opportunity to learn from world-renowned futurists and innovators
New York, NY - June 12, 2012 -
Time is drawing near for professionals to grab their seats at the event that is drawing leaders from around the world to share their business advice and experiences. NetCom Learning announced today that there is one week left for professionals to buy tickets to the World Innovation Forum to be held June 20-21 at the New York City Center.
NetCom Learning and HSM are co-promoting the event, which will feature some of the most forward-thinking minds in business, like Clay Shirky, Jean Claude Biver, Ray Kurzweil, Guy Kawasaki, Jane McGonigal, Russell Stevens, Scott Cook, Mohanbir Sawhney, Andrew Winston, Sir Ken Robinson and Henry Chesbrough.
Russell Sarder CEO of NetCom Learning said excitement is building in anticipation of the World Innovation Forum.
"Having such an incredible lineup of speakers will be a wonderful opportunity for learning. With just one week left before the event, I have heard so much feedback from attendees excited about the topics to be presented as well as over who will be presenting those topics," Sarder said.
Attending the World Innovation Forum offers many benefits for professionals. Attendees will have the chance to receive invaluable advice from global leaders, and the opportunity to participate in some excellent networking opportunities and to reignite business inspiration.
Speakers will focus on topics like using innovation to create business opportunity and success. Attendees will hear Guy Kawasaki present a talk on the new rules for innovation revolutionaries. His speech will address the steps innovators can take to spark business; how to create meaning through innovation; taking risks; the myths and facts surrounding using creative thinking and open communication to foster innovation; and using entrepreneurs as models for corporate innovators.
Russell Stevens will address social media and marketing from a non-traditional standpoint; how to reach an audience where competition is not present; the meaning and reach of the notion of creative social engagement; crafting a compelling story around a business; purpose; and lessons from the field. Scott Cook will address the occasional need for companies to turn themselves upside down sometime in their life cycle and the steps needed to make innovation a deep structure capability of an organization. He will explore innovation and strategy specifically analyzing decision making by hypothesis and leadership by experiment. Cook's lecture will also discuss customers, evangelists, promoters and innovation catalysts and explain how to use new skills building to get past innovation roadblocks. Attendees will hear Jane McGonigal address how gaming intersects with real life. She will discuss creativity and explain some myths about innovation.
Those are just some of the inspiring topics and speakers to be featured at the World Innovation Forum.
Tickets can be purchased at http://www.netcomlearning.com/wif/
Tickets include an exclusive invitation to an excellent networking opportunity at the NetCom Learning Cocktail Reception, admission to the World Innovation Forum, refreshments during the event, free access to Microsoft Office eLearning courses via Learning GG, the free book: Learning: Steps to Becoming a Passionate Lifelong Learner by Russell Sarder, and a Gift of Learning--$500 toward NetCom Learning Training Packages.
Information about the World Innovation Forum can be found at http://www.netcomlearning.com/wif/World_Innovation_Forum_New_York_2012_promotion.phtml?advid=834
About NetCom Learning
NetCom Learning is a premier provider of IT and business-training solutions to companies, individuals, and government agencies. Since its inception in 1998, NetCom Learning has trained over 80 percent of the Fortune 100, serviced over 45,500 business customers, and advanced the skills of more than 71,000 professionals through hands-on, expert-led training, with the organization maintaining an average instructor evaluation score of 8.6 out of 9. NetCom Learning was recognized by Microsoft Corporation as its Worldwide Training Partner of the Year and named twice to Inc. Magazine's list of fastest growing private companies in America. The organization was also recently named to the 2011 IT Training Companies Watch List by TrainingIndustry.com.
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