Now in its fifth year, the elearning movers and shakers list has helped identify key influencers in the online learning industry across the world. Both Steve Rayson, MD of City & Guilds Kineo and Cammy Bean, Vice President of Learning Design for Kineo US have been included.
Collated by a panel of industry judges, these lists span the world, covering regions such as Europe, US & Canada and Asia. Taking into account a person’s perceived current influence on the online learning industry, their ability to act as a thought leader and influence the industry, the panel has created a comprehensive list of key players across the world.
2013 was a landmark year for City & Guilds Kineo, winning Elearning Company of the Year award as well growing business in the UK, the US and in Asia Pacific with a range of new clients.
Steve Rayson, City & Guilds Kineo MD is passionate about sharing ideas and new ways to innovate in learning, technology and communication. Steve has seen a promotion in his place on the European list from last year, moving up from 7th to 6th place.
Cammy Bean has been named 10th on the newly created US & Canada list. Cammy is well known for her open and sharing style in design ideas, and it’s great to see her on the list.
Interestingly this year, all lists have seen commentators and bloggers featuring more. Social authority is important within organisations too. Read the recent report of 10 Trends for 2014 to find out more about this interesting trend.
If you’d like to find out more about what the evolution of elearning looks like and what it means for you, there is a share session taking place with e.learning age on February 26th, 2014. Find out more details here.
Read the top ten elearning movers and shakers list to find out more.