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Position
President
Company
TIA, Inc.
Location
Denver CO UNITED STATES
Bio

CEO and President, TIA, Inc. ~ Proven Transformation Executive ~ Thought Leader for Learning Strategies
Daya Haines Haddock is a passionate and proven executive with 25+ years of experience building successful technical and creative client-focused businesses.

As President and CEO of TIA, Daya is known for exceptional work building end-user learning and self-support solutions with state-of-the-art technologies.  TIA designs, builds, and maintains custom learning solutions.  Her work in the cloud “Learning as a Service” helps end-users become effective immediately.  “Learning has changed”, says Daya “we are in a culture of workforce disruption. Rapid technology releases, multi-generational workforce with diverse workstyles, and global business reach means employees demand learning materials be modern, engaging, and accessible. “

As one of the pioneers of technology enabled learning, the TIA team and Daya have extensive experience preparing learners with a variety of eLearning authoring software.  TIA works with companies around the world that are upgrading systems and are looking for more productive end-users, higher adoption rates, and decreased calls for Help Desk support.  They have developed a variety of blended learning deliverables, with effective maintenance plans, feedback & assessments, and training plan metrics to ensure a client’s continuous learning environment.  They have developed training portals for:

  • Oracle Products – JD Edwards, eBusiness Suite, PeopleSoft
  • SAP
  • Oil & Gas Systems
  • CRM Systems
  • Custom internal systems

Daya is a frequent speaker on learning strategies, eLearning, knowledge management, and risk mitigation with effective end-user adoption programs at global conferences, such as UK OUG, COLLABORATE, CIO Forum, On-Line Learning, and Oracle OpenWorld. Daya is the author of a section on E-Learning in the published book – Business Driven Information Technology: 100 Answers That Every Manager Needs published by Stanford Press.

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