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David Grebow Joins Brandon Hall Group as Principal Learning Analyst

October 11, 2013

Learning Technology Expert is Third Analyst to Join in Past Two Months as Research/Analyst Firm Expands to Address Growth in its Learning and Talent Management Practices

Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) October 11, 2013

David Grebow, an expert on learning strategy and technology for more than two decades, has joined Brandon Hall Group as Principal Learning Analyst, CEO Mike Cooke announced today.

“The addition of David Grebow is a major coup for Brandon Hall Group as we continue to build a world-class analyst team in the Learning and Talent Management areas,” Cooke said in a statement. “David is known throughout the learning industry as a brilliant analyst who is client-focused and always on the cutting edge on what is happening in the learning space.”

In his role as Principal Learning Analyst, Grebow is responsible for researching, analyzing and consulting about the impact of education on organizations, with an emphasis on the value and implementation of educational technology.

”No one else in the education industry has the depth and breadth of talent and vision of Brandon Hall Group.” Grebow said. “Learning and the supporting learning technology are at the heart of every smart organization, and I look forward to helping our members understand where they are today, and exploring where they might want to go in the future.”

The appointment of Grebow is the latest in a series of staff additions in the last two months that also includes Laci Loew as Principal Analyst and Talent Management Practice Leaders and Kyle Lagunas as Talent Acquisition Analyst.

Before working with Brandon Hall Group, David was the Chief Executive Officer of KnowledgeStar. David previously held senior executive positions in the areas of education and educational technology at a number of companies, including PeopleSoft, Cisco, McGraw-Hill and IBM before starting KnowledgeStar in 2007. His background includes more than 22 years of experience developing educational technology and measuring the impact on organizations. David has worked in the areas of educational program development, consulting, assessment and evaluation. His international experience ranges across corporations in a number of industries, grades K-12, as well as higher education.

While at IBM and PeopleSoft, Grebow focused on the value of educational technology, providing executive briefings at PeopleSoft on new educational technology, and co-founded and directed the Institute for Advanced Learning at IBM, a research and consulting group which reviewed the ROI of IBM’s $750M investment in online education. Grebow also was previously a researcher and analyst for Bersin & Associates. As CEO of KnowledgeStar, David has consulted to start-ups, large multinational enterprises and NGOs worldwide, on subjects ranging from psychometric evaluations and certifications, to providing online education about HIV-AIDS in South Africa.

Grebow can be reached at david(dot)grebow(at)brandonhall(dot)com.

About Brandon Hall Group:

With more than 10,000 clients globally and 20 years of delivering world-class research and advisory services, Brandon Hall Group is the most well-known and established research organization in the performance improvement industry. We are focused on developing research that drives performance in emerging and large organizations, and provides strategic insights for executives and practitioners responsible for growth and business results.

At the core of our offerings is a Membership Program that combines research, benchmarking and unlimited access to data and analysts. The Membership Program offers insights and best practices to enable executives and practitioners to make the right decisions about people, processes, and systems, coalesced with analyst advisory services which aim to put the research into action in a way that is practical and efficient.

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