Taking the view that learning that delivers business impact can help organizations tide over the uncertainties posed by the global economy, the TATA Interactive Learning Forum (TLF) 2008 will focus on critical business issues such as boosting revenues by better customer interaction management, reducing time-to-competence, ensuring that staff are aligned to business goals, and increasing productivity and performance.
Now in its fifth edition, the highly successful annual TLF provides an interactive platform for thought leaders across domains to get together, interact – and inspire – each other. The event, being held in partnership with Training Magazine (Nielsen Media), aims to help organizations work together to overcome current challenges by sharing insights, innovations, and successes. It comprises discussions of the experiences of various organizations, and the different tools they use to make learning effective. As a unique knowledge-sharing platform, the TLF 2008 seeks to encourage ideas and innovations with a special focus on the effectiveness of interventions, specifically in an uncertain economy.
This year, the event will be held on October 17 at the University of Chicago Gleacher Center in downtown Chicago. Participants in the TLF not only stand to gain from the successful experience of their peers in the industry, but also network and exchange ideas with the leaders in the learning.