“My team and I have found so much value in being a part of the Future Workplace Network over the past few years. The thought leadership shared across network members is an integral part of our own evolution and emerging strategies. At the Spring 2015 event at the Microsoft Technology Center in Los Angeles, we learned quite a bit about what other organizations are doing to shift talent development models – hearing success stories and lessons learned from companies of all sizes in both regulated and unregulated industries let us know that we are not alone in this journey, and the Network provides us invaluable insights into best practices across corporate Talent and L&D functions!”
Anthem, Inc. | Director, Learning and Development Planning & Operations

“The Future of Learning and Working conference is a rare opportunity to learn from peers spanning multiple areas that are converging for today’s leading companies – technology, workforce productivity, learning and how companies are keeping pace with shifts in their industries. More than a learning event, it’s an opportunity to assess where your organization is in this convergence, and what you can do to keep pace with it.”
AT&T | Director, Communications

“I really enjoyed the [Future of Learning and Working] sessions in March. It was a great opportunity to be exposed and inspired by really innovative solutions by top companies in the U.S.”
Qualcomm | Senior Staff Learning Consultant

“The Future of Learning and Working event was exactly what I needed to jump start our people strategy and ensure we are prepared to activate the workforce. The world of corporate learning as we know it has radically changed, and this conference brought the latest and greatest leaders from top companies to share their best practices and current thinking.”
At Home Group | Chief People Officer