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Japan Summit Focuses on Creating a Future-Ready Learning Culture

Tuesday, September 25, 2018
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ATD Global is pleased to announce that we will organize the ATD 2018 Japan Summit in Tokyo on December 13. The theme of this year’s event is Creating a Future-Ready Learning Culture.

This is ATD’s fourth annual Japan Summit. Japan’s vibrant business landscape is evolving, and staying competitive requires a culture that is agile and engaged. Learning helps make that happen. The ATD 2018 Japan Summit: Creating a Future-Ready Learning Culture will address how developing talent within an organization achieves bottom-line results, and why creating a learning culture is critical for future success.

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Key focus areas are learning digitalization, global perspectives, and best practices. This premier event will feature thought leaders and experts from around the world who will share their insights. At the ATD Japan Summit, you will gain practical knowledge that you can immediately use to drive sustained organizational success now and in the future.

The summit will welcome over 250 guests, including human resources directors, chief learning officers, learning directors and managers, and talent development professionals. Speakers from Hitachi Vantara, Cisco Systems GmbH, University of California, and other organizations will share ATD award-winning cases and latest learning insights.

If you are interested in attending or sponsoring the summit, please contact atdglobal@td.org. To learn more about the summit, please visit www.td.org/japan-summit.

About the Author

Katherine Xu is the specialist for ATD Global at Association for Talent Development (ATD), the world's largest association dedicated to those who develop talent in organizations. She supports the ATD Global department by facilitating the exchange of knowledge among the global learning and development community. She also helps manage the Global Perspectives topic, where she supports professionals around the world to share regional best practices, conduct global benchmarking, and discuss cross-cultural and global talent development issues. Katherine graduated from The George Washington University with a Master of Professional Studies in Public Relations.

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