Mike Byrne

Netex Global Channel Director - Mike has over 10 years experience working in the Learning Technologies sector. Experienced in developing direct and indirect sales channels for multinational product and service solutions providers, he joined Netex in January 2012 to open the UK office.

Artículos de Mike Byrne

The start of the year is always a busy time in our sector. Trade shows and events dominate the calendar for Marketing and Sales professionals and for Netex this is no different. In fact the second week in February is particularly busy as we exhibited at Europe’s largest digital learning
Nothing quite spells the end of summer like the obligatory first day of school photos, followed by the rush to get into London to attend the annual and now increasingly “must attend” event, LearningLive! The conference has grown from strength to strength in recent years and the ability to talk
In part one of this blog series I explored the changing digital landscape affecting L&D professionals today and relevance of traditional learning methodologies to the modern learner, if you missed this article you can review it here. In this follow-up piece, I want to start to take a look at
“Consumerisation is the specific impact that consumer-originated technologies can have on enterprises. It reflects how enterprises will be affected by, and can take advantage of, new technologies and models that originate and develop in the consumer space, rather than in the enterprise IT sector.”
…or perhaps “Good things come in threes”, or maybe “Three times a charm”? But I am not here to merely quote random sayings associated with the number three! I want to look at how the combination of three elements can be utilised to produce engaging learning programmes, that really work.
As thoughts turn to mince pies, mulled wine and turkey dinners, perhaps it’s also a good time to reflect on the changes we have seen in 2014 but for the purposes of this blog, we’ll restrict these to Learning Technology changes!
London Book Fair: a global marketplace for right negotiations and the sale and distribution of content across print, audio, TV, film and digital channels. Educational publishers and schools, colleges and universities had been leading the way in terms of the transformation of digital classrooms but I am not sure I