Dawn Poulos, USA, Content Management
Dawn has over 10 years of experience in the high-tech sector both in the US and Europe. At Xyleme, Dawn successfully built the company’s financial services market working with global investment banks such as JP Morgan Chase and Deutsche Bank in the areas of equity research, derivatives, and risk management. She is the author of several white papers and trade articles focusing on the topics of XML integration, as well as storage, search, and business intelligence.
Before Xyleme, Dawn was working in Silicon Valley as Director of Business Development at web content management vendor Wego Systems Inc. which was successfully acquired by Astoria Software. Prior to Wego, Dawn worked in the network mediation / billing space for Narus Inc. where she was responsible for delivering WorldCom as the company’s first Marquee customer, resulting in the company securing $26mn in financing.
Dawn also held strategic positions at SGI and began her career as a financial analyst at Procter & Gamble where she received a company award for excellence within only two years of employment. Dawn Poulos holds an undergraduate degree in Finance and Accounting from the University of Cincinnati and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.
Dawn of Learning
The Xyleme Insider blog is all about the role of Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS) and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) technologies in helping corporate training organizations leverage their valuable content to meet each learner’s moment of need.
It’s full of facts, commentaries, use cases, and yes, lots of opinions from leading subject matter experts about how to best apply the concepts of reusability that have proven so successful in other industries to corporate training.
Theme: single-sourcing, blended learning, learning content management system, content reusability, e-learning, enterprise content management, enterprise learning, informal learning, Instructional Design, instructor-led training, knowledge management, lcms, learning content development, content management system, multi-modal learning, online learning, organizational development, organizational learning, Reusability 2.0, reusable content, reusable learning objects, single-source content development, single-source publishing, training customization, workplace learning, xml content, xml publishing, xml technology