Norfolk Southern Corp. to Host TEDS Consortium

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<strong>Atkins, Va. &mdash; March 3</strong><br />The next biannual meeting of TEDS Consortium, a dynamic collaborative forum of human capital experts from more than a dozen world-class companies, is set for March 5-6. The meeting will be hosted by the Norfolk Southern Corp. at its Atlanta Division Headquarters. Among the discussion topics for this meeting are future plans for talent management initiatives among member companies.<br /><br />TEDS President and CEO Joe Ellis will present a company update, and other members of the TEDS executive staff will share a presentation on the latest release of the TEDS Integrated Talent Management Software Suite, TEDS v.8.5.<br /><br />&ldquo;The highlight of all Consortium meetings is the Consortium members&rsquo; sharing sessions,&rdquo; said Ellis. &ldquo;The Consortium members are innovators in every aspect of corporate learning and talent management. Their visionary input has been exceedingly valuable to our development of the TEDS learning management and talent management systems.&rdquo;<br /><br />A typical TEDS Consortium agenda includes a road map for future TEDS releases and fast-track development, task team reports, success stories, key learning and &ldquo;stretch topics&rdquo; to engender thinking about workforce needs and solutions in the future. <br /><br />Founded in 1992, the TEDS Consortium is the only organization of its kind. It is dedicated to the continuous innovation and improvement of TEDS&rsquo; enterprise-wide talent management solutions. The Consortium plays an essential role in reviewing and upgrading product functionalities, recommending the creation of new talent management products and services and accelerating product development. Members include Boston University Corporate Education Center, Chrysler, Dominion Resources, Eastman Chemical, Norfolk Southern, Nortel, Sandia National Laboratories, Steelcase University, Verizon and TEDS. <br /><br />However, all organizations that use TEDS benefit from the Consortium&#39;s vision and recommendations. By previewing advances in TEDS talent management products, Consortium members can more effectively plan for upgrades and expansions within their enterprises.<br />

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