Burgos is a design manager at Chicago-based Morningstar,
the global leader in investment information innovation. He is also
a teaching associate with Research Professor John Massey, a graphic
design pioneer, at the University of Illinois at Chicago, his alma
mater, in addition to teaching computer graphics at Loyola University.
He attended the Yale Summer Program in Graphic Design in Brissago,
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to Last, and the recently released Good
to Great. His
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Conner is Editor in Chief of Learning in the New Economy Magazine, Executive
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Covington is a Systems Change Coach and
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Cross is a leader of the highest order: he leads himself around
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helps organizations develop collaboration, learning, and network
strategies. In roles like consultant, anthropologist, synthesizer,
and boundary spanner, she runs Learning Mastery and facilitates C3 LearnNet, a group of
leading organizations working together to improve collaborative
capability. Digenti has written The
Collaborative Learning Guidebook (1999), and is working on a
new book: “Boundary Spanners: How Individuals and Organizations
are Using Collaborative Learning Networks for Process Improvement”
Gordon is author of Turn
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Your Career and a well-respected consultant, author, and speaker
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Hill, is a program leader of a team at
the Education and Training Center for the Nonstop (Tandem) Division
of Compaq focused on the development of advanced learning technologies
for intraweb and Internet applications. He started a 20 company
coalition on learning object metadata standards prior to IMS and
the ADL programs in 1996, was a founder of the Educational
Object Economy project, and holds a Masters in Interactive Learning
Technology from Stanford University. Hill can be reached via email
Henschel is Executive Director Emeritus of the Institute
for Research on Learning (which is now part of San Francisco-based
WestEd). He serves as a retained advisor and consultant for companies
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both adult and K12, and eLearning companies. He is a frequent national
and international speaker on issues of learning, management development,
innovation, human capital, and organizational health. A graduate
of Harvard and UC-Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy, Peter
served in prior lives as a San Francisco deputy mayor and also as
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sector partnership. In his volunteer time, he serves on various
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Ph.D. has been a member of the Darden Business School faculty
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Jaclyn Kostner, Ph.D.,
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is Director of Technology Initiatives for Executive Education at
the Darden Graduate
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Manville is publisher of LiNE Zine and Chief Learning Officer
at Saba. He enjoys exploring the intersection of business and learning,
and his prior experiences as a partner at McKinsey & Company,
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a freelance journalist, a business and technology analyst at CBS,
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Price is an author, consultant, and professional
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Leaders: How Exceptional CEOs and Presidents Make A Difference by
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Trade Press). She is also president of the Price Group,
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has been in education for 18 years and presently is a counselor
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proposed integrating traditional Eastern mindfulness and martial
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models. Jack has presented at numerous education conferences and
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College Park Scholars Program, James MacGregor Burns Academy of
Leadership, University of Maryland and at the 2nd International
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Garlington Scofield is Managing Editor of LiNE Zine. Before
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with McKinsey’s Organization Practice. She was also an ESL teacher
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Useem is professor of management at the Wharton School of University
of Pennsylvania and director of its Center for Leadership and Change.
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Andrew Willis is a First Class Petty Officer in the United States Navy.
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Rhode Island, pursuing a master’s degree in Adult Education. What
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is Chief Learning Officer at Corpedia Education in Phoenix Arizona,
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