Corporate Universities: Education and Transformation in 2012 Beyond Training - Education and Change Management
Mark Levinson, AmCham co-chair for the Training & Education Working Committee welcomes you to a morning networking event and discussion with a panel of globally recognized experts who will be with us to share their insights, visions and viewpoints of the vital roles Corporate Universities are assuming in change management and the challenges they face both now and in the coming years.
Panel and presentations by :
Edith Lemieux, Head of Air Liquide University, Paris.
After her roles as Training Manager at Air Liquide Canada, Director of Operations at the McGill Executive Institute, Logistics Complex Manager for FM Logistic and UK Marketing Manager for Motorola, and previous missions as a Market Analyst and Consultant with KPMG, Edith was called in to create AL University in 2008. Edith's worldwide experience and visions of the future of what Corporate Education means and can do in bringing about change has brought her deserved recognition internationally.
Dr. JoEllyn Prouty McLaren, Managing Director , EMEA, at Corporate University Xchange (CorpU) based in London.
Most recently Director of Executive Education and Learning as well as Program Director of the Senior Executive Program London Business School and her work with Chicago Booth’s global EMBA programs in Spain, London and Singapore, her expertise in virtual learning began with the world’s first online MBA (UNext) and an Knowledge Platform. Her passion for applying learning to solve real business challenges stems from her experience as a consultant with Deloitte, helping FT 100 organizations address core business challenges to improve their global performance. JoEllyn holds a doctorate in corporate learning leadership from the University of Pennsylvania/Wharton and an MBA from Chicago Booth.
Annick Renaud-Coulon, President of the European Club of Corporate Universities, Chairman of the Global Council of Corporate Universities, member of the Advisory Board du CLO Summit India.
It was in 2000 that Annick published the first worldwide study on Corporate Universities, a work totaling 800 pages in 3 volumes, covering companies in the USA, Canada, Europe, China, Japan, South Korea and others. In 2008, Annick was made Chevalier in the National Order of Merit and on March 15th signed a partnership agreement with the French Ministry of Research and Higher Education whose aim is to bring French Universities and Corporate Universities closer to each other.
We hope you will be able to join us.
George Nurdin, Chair Mark Levinson, Co-Chair