MASIE

AcronymDefinition
MASIEMechanics and Symmetry in Europe
MASIEMinorities and Survivors Improving Empowerment (est. 2001; Minneapolis, MN)
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Hunter is the first recipient of this award created in honor of the late Jonathan Kayes, former chief learning officer (CLO) of the MASIE Center's learning consortium and previously CLO of the Central Intelligence Agency.
Masie is the founder and president of The MASIE Center, a think tank focused on how organizations can support learning and knowledge within the workforce.
Keynote speaker for the event is the internationally renowned Elliott Masie, President of the MASIE Center in Saratoga Springs, New York, and recently appointed by the White House Advisory Council on Expanding Learning Opportunities.
Learning 2005's mission is to provide learning, training and business professionals with an opportunity to engage each other in an environment that fosters growth, innovation and strategic partnership," said Lisa Alessi, director of business development for The MASIE Center.
Kaplan joins other high profile speakers such as Elliott Maise of the MASIE Center and Gloria Gery of Gery Associates, as well as 40+ corporate practitioners from leading corporations that are leveraging online training for competitive advantage.
Learning and training professionals from around the world heard from a dynamic list of keynoters, including Elliott Masie, CEO of the MASIE Center; Tom Peters, the World's Leading Management Guru; Tom Davenport, Best Selling Business Author; Wayne Hodgins, Strategic Futurist; Don McMillan, Visionary and Humorist; and Dr.
NEW YORK -- Elliott Masie, CEO of The MASIE Center and founder of the TechLearn Conference, which is taking place this week at the Marriott Marquis in New York City, will lead a dialogue featuring five of the most influential learning officers and executives in the industry.
The MASIE Center is an international think tank located in Saratoga Springs, New York state, USA.
Microsoft is raising the bar and standards for the IT training industry," said Elliott Masie, president of the MASIE Center and editor of the TechLearn Trends Newsletter.