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Saba Showcasing Latest Innovations and Customer Success in High Impact Learning at LT2018

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Saba, a leading provider of people-centric talent management solutions, will be showcasing the latest innovations in its Saba Cloud platform for creating high-impact personalised learning experiences at the Learning Technologies Conference, 31 January - 1 February 2018, Olympia, London. The connection between learning, performance and engagement will also be a focus of the company's in-booth demonstrations and conference presentations.

Saba’s innovation and learning leadership was just recognised by leading European industry analyst firm Fosway Group, who named the company a Strategic Leader in its 2018 Fosway 9-Grid™ for Learning Systems this week.

During the conference, visitors will be able to see first-hand how the latest edition of Saba Cloud lets organisations address changing learner expectations without sacrificing measurable results and business impact. Saba's capabilities, including micro-learning and gamification, enable organisations to deliver an unmatched learning experience.

  • Personalised micro-learning

Saba makes it easy for learners to find fresh, personalised and easily consumable content, right in the moment, and right at the point of need. Saba's framework simplifies micro-learning content identification and curation

  • Gamification increases learner adoption and team collaboration

Saba Cloud's enhanced gamification features now bring more fun and friendly competition to learning, and maximise learning effectiveness of individuals and teams. This supports learning leaders in driving engagement and capturing the interest of their learners for higher-impact programmes.

  • Saba Discovery delivers learning without boundaries

Saba Discovery, a combined User Bookmarklet and Learning Record Store, gives learners the ability to find, track and share informal learning. The solution also lets talent leaders centrally track and measure the impact of all of the informal and formal learning and development that employees experience—whatever and wherever it occurs.

"Employees want more than structured corporate training and development programs, and as a result are curating personalised learning experiences from a broad range of sources, and they’re doing so within the flow of their day-to-day work,” says Christian Foerg, General Manager of Saba in EMEA. 

Other Saba must-see activities, sessions and events include:

Day 1 Panel discussion: “How can we solve the engagement problem and drive performance through learning?”

  • Date & Location: 31 January 2018 at 13:15 - 13:45, Exhibition floor - Theatre 1

Join facilitator and mentalist David Meade as he leads a discussion on how to connect performance and learning strategies to create a more engaged learning experience with the following Saba customers:

  • Sean Brown, Talent Tech Manager at Virgin Money.
  • Paul Binks, Divisional Director, People Development at Kwik Fit.
  • Roger Mason, Head of L&D at REED.

Day 2 Panel discussion: “The rise of user-driven learning – make informal learning work for everyone!”

  • Date & Location: 1 February 2018 at 12:30 - 13:00, Exhibition floor - Theatre 4

David Meade shares how organisations can embrace and incorporate their employees’ informal learning experiences and activities as part of a strategic approach to learning and development.

Day 2 Conference Session: Breakout Session T4S5: “Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

  • Date & Location: 1 February 2018, 13:50 - 15:00, Conference Theatre 4

Hear from Saba customer Sabine Gori, Head eCollaboration and Talent Development Intranet at Credit Suisse, as she shares how her organisation uses Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) to create engaging learning experiences that connect employee development and performance to business success.

Visitors to the Saba stand can also enter in-booth draws for prizes, and experience the mind-bending talents of mentalist, and BBC entertainer, David Meade.