By Kelley Noblet
in·no·vate (verb) Make changes in something established, especially by introducing new methods, ideas or products.
The Skillsoft Innovation Awards deadline is just around the corner and we’re looking for the best and brightest business leaders to share how they’re using Skillsoft and/or SumTotal solutions to build strong learning cultures, address their business challenges and deliver outstanding value to their organization.
To apply, partner with your Skillsoft and SumTotal account representatives to complete an online questionnaire. Categories for 2015 include:
- Effective Learning in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
- Talent Development Champion of the Year
- Program of the Year
- Best IT and Technical Skills Development
- Empowering Continuous Talent Development
- Impacting Learning in Higher Education and the Public Sector
- Inspiring Leadership Development
- Outstanding Compliance and Ethics
In 2015, we’re excited to extend the Innovation awards to include customers using SumTotal’s Talent Expansion® applications.
2014 winners, which included Cablevision Systems, Capgemini, The PGA of America, TELUS, San Diego Gas & Electric, Security Service Federal Credit Union, University of Alberta and a major cosmetics company demonstrated how Skillsoft’s learning solutions enabled their organizations to improve performance through a diverse set of innovative online learning programs.
UST Global was recognized with the Program of the Year award. In addition, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s Leslie Positeri, Senior Training and Development Specialist, and Brian Molyneaux, Elearning Information Technology Lead, were recognized as Learning Champions of the Year.
Apply now! Applications are due on February 20, 2015. Winners will be publicly announced at 2015 Global Skillsoft Perspectives in Orlando.
Note: you do not have to attend Perspectives to qualify, but if you do want to attend, take advantage of our early bird rate until March 6.
Kelley Noblet is a Marketing Manager at Skillsoft.