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ASU + GSV 2018

April 16, 2018 - April 18, 2018

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Our team at Burning Glass Technologies is looking forward to another eventful year at ASU-GSV 2018.  While at the event, we will be sharing our expertise on a variety of topics that you won’t want to miss.

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ASU+GSV 2018 Speaking Sessions

Our team at Burning Glass Technologies is looking forward to another eventful year at ASU-GSV. While at the event, we will be sharing our expertise on a variety of topics that you won’t want to miss!
Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday:
Apprenticeships and On The Job Talent Programs — Proven Models for Employee Success Acceleration

Learning to Arbitrage the Skills Gap
Learning to Arbitrage The Skills Gap: Training that Pays Off
Thought Leaders: Burning Glass Technologies
Spotting the Next Big Thing: Navigating the Next Generation Now

When: 2:00 - 3:00PM on Monday
Where: Harbor C, Manchester Grand Hyatt

Moderator: Dan Restuccia, CAPO
Burning Glass Technologies
When: 4:00 - 5:00PM on Monday
Where: Harbor D, Manchester Grand Hyatt

Moderator: Matt Sigelman, CEO
Burning Glass Technologies
When: 11:00 - 12:00PM on Tuesday
Where: Harbor F, Manchester Grand Hyatt

Moderator: Dan Silverburg, CCO
Burning Glass Technologies
When: 2:00 - 3:00PM on Tuesday
Where: Seaport Ballroom F, Manchester Grand Hyatt

Moderator: Matt Sigelman, CEO
Burning Glass technologies
When: 4:00 - 5:00PM on Wednesday
Where: Harbor C, Second Floor, Manchester Grand Hyatt

Moderator: Dan Restuccia, CAPO
Burning Glass Technologies

Widely used in Europe, apprenticeships have bipartisan support among U.S. policymakers as a route to employment outside traditional higher education—and without student debt. But the actual number of apprenticeships in the United States remains small. This esteemed panel discusses the compelling and opportunity and why it’s not being more widely taken advantage of. Working learners are willing to pay for specific marketable skills, but how do they decide which skills to pursue? How can they tell if the money they spend for training brings in a good return on investment in terms of salary and career advancement? How can higher education, online providers, and ed tech companies identify program opportunities with the greatest potential for arbitrage?For today’s talent population, career success can come down to just a few job skills. But in the world of work not all skills are created equal. Knowing which skills provide the greatest return on investment can help employers offer learning that pays off quickly in pay and advancement which fills critical skill gaps and retains high potential employees. CEO Matt Sigelman will present as part of the Thought Leaders track at ASU-GSV, speaking on Burning Glass Technologies and the power of real-time labor market information. Matt is consulted frequently by national media, by researchers, and the White House. He served previously with McKinsey & Company and Capital One. He holds an A.B. from Princeton University and an M.B.A. from Harvard.Despite rapid evolution in talent technology over the last decade, the process of finding and securing the right talent for the right job has not evolved enough. This panel will discuss what’s working, what new technologies can do to improve outcomes, and what’s next. Panelists include Armen Berjikly, Senior Director Strategy, Ultimate Software, Founder Kanjoya (Acquired by Ultimate Software); Susan Goodyer, Talent Intelligence Lead, Accenture
Moderator: Matt Sigelman, CEO, Burning Glass Technologies
Moderator: Dan Silverburg, CCO, Burning Glass Technologies

Moderator: Dan Restuccia, CAPO, Burning Glass Technologies
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Start:
April 16, 2018
End:
April 18, 2018
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