As technology continues to transform the ways organizations use the ArcGIS platform, are your teams prepared to make use of the new capabilities? Are your teams prepared to achieve your organization's strategic, GIS-enabled objectives?
The Esri User Conference is right around the corner, and it presents a unique opportunity to talk in person with Esri experts on the topics that matter most to you. If one of your conference goals is to get information that will help expand your organization’s use of ArcGIS, we invite you to stop by the Esri Services area in the Expo and talk with a Training expert.
Training addresses the human aspect of a technology deployment. The right training delivered to the right people at the right times directly supports your organization’s ArcGIS-enabled goals.
Tuesday through Thursday, Training experts will be on hand to discuss your organization’s ArcGIS-enabled workflows, roles, and strategic goals. We can recommend training options that support your upcoming projects, timelines, and objectives. You'll even get a complimentary training plan tailored to your organization’s workforce training needs that you can reference back at the office.
The Esri Services team is presenting technical workshops on key topics throughout the week and short, focused lightning talks every half-hour in the Expo. Here's a selection related to workforce development topics:
- Tuesday, 3:15-4:30 — Best Practices for Technology Change Management
- Thursday, 1:30-2:45 — Workforce Development Planning: A People Strategy for Organizations
- Tuesday, 4:00 — Engage the Entire Enterprise with GIS
- Wednesday, 1:00 — Train for Now, Train for the Future
- Thursday, 10:30 — The Strategic Impact of a Training Plan
Get details about all the Esri Services and workforce development activities at http://go.esri.com/UCservicesTB.
If you're going to the conference, enjoy the excitement and amazing activities that will be happening each day of the week. We’re here to help you make the Plenary inspiration come to life and benefit your organization long after the conference ends.