Edvantage signs a 3 year agreement with Ericsson on Leadership Communities

Friday, 26. August 2005 13:02

Edvantage group has delivered Virtual Communities to support Ericsson
Executive programs since 2001. Ericsson and Edvantage group has
signed a new contract for Edvantage group to continue to deliver
virtual Leadership Communities for existing executive training
programmes the next 3-years.

Edvantage group's Leadership Community allows Ericsson leadership
programme candidates to share knowledge and issues relevant to the
training programme through discussion with peers around the world
before, during and after participating in the management development
modules. The Community contains discussion groups, high quality
learning modules, chat rooms, external and internal news, and
participant and speaker profiles.

Steve Newman, Program Director Leadership at Ericsson, said: "By
adding a virtual dimension to our leadership training programme, we
have moved from event-based training to a richer form of continuous
learning throughout our international leadership network. The
Edvantage group solution makes training much more efficient while
maintaining the high quality of the traditional program."

"We have been working with Ericsson since 2001 and are of course very
pleased to sign an additional 3-year contract until end 2008, we see
an increase in the demand for this kind of tools to support
leadership development in large organisations.
We have a targeted road show on the subject of Leadership Communities
in Oslo, Stockholm, Amsterdam and Copenhagen during September and we
see a lot of interest from people working with Leadership development
in large organisations" explains Thomas Berglund, Edvantage group's


For further information please contact Thomas Berglund +47 92824582
or email thomasb@edvantagegroup.com.

Edvantage group with offices in Oslo, Copenhagen, London, Amsterdam
and Stockholm works as a solution partner to large organizations,
supporting them with a broad set of services to help eLearning
becoming a success within their organization. Acting as a one-stop
shop on eLearning content delivered with a guaranteed service level
through an own developed Learning Gateway. One of the services
Edvantage group provides is to help customer set up virtual
communities related to existing Executive development program
changing executive development from being event-based training to a
richer form of continuous executive development. Today Edvantage
group has agreements with the leading global eLearning content
providers; academic and business wise of eLearning as well as local
providers in the countries Edvantage group are established. The own
developed Learning Gateway ha several patents pending in Europe as
well as United States. On the customer list Edvantage group has
companies like Ericsson, Atlas Copco, Nordea, SE-Banken, Siemens in
the UK and Norsk Hydro

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