Concerned about your bottom line? Join us at tuX!
Chad Schron, Senior Director, Tooling U-SME on
January 28, 2016
Our customers tell us their biggest challenges are around assessing, training and developing their workforce to achieve real results. Sound familiar?
If so, we invite you to join us at our annual tuX event, where Tooling U-SME gathers together industry leaders and customers to talk about pressing issues related to the future of manufacturing. We guarantee some lively conversation!
At this year’s gathering, March 7-9, 2016, in Nashville, we again expect valuable information-sharing, networking and problem-solving as we focus on how to maximize the bottom line impact of training programs.
Here are some highlights:
-Keynote Address by Dr. Jim Kirkpatrick, Senior Consultant for Kirkpatrick Partners. You may already be familiar with Dr. Kirkpatrick’s New World Kirkpatrick Model. His session, “Getting to Kirkpatrick® Levels 3 and 4: Creating Believable Value,” will cover how to structure initiatives so they enhance on-the-job performance and impact the bottom line. This topic is highly relevant as we see training "on trial,” charged with incurring expenses in excess of the value it provides to the organization. This keynote emphasizes how training must reinvent itself and transcend the classroom.
-Learning from Peers. Panelists from companies including Parker Hannifin, GE, Karma Automotive, National Oilwell Varco and FMC Technologies will share experiences related to performance, measurement and external partnerships to support workforce development.
-Breakout Sessions. Hands-on sessions will provide direct feedback from experts and peers to help solve your biggest challenges.
Of course, there will be plenty of networking and time to compare notes with industry colleagues. So if you want to explore new ways to develop, measure and deliver training to your employees, we invite you to: Register here.
-- Chad Schron, Division Manager, Tooling U-SME
"FMC Technologies", GE, "Karma Automotive", "National Oilwell Varco", "Parker Hannifin"