New ideas in SumTotal Dashboards and Advanced Reporting

Thursday, June 21st at 11 A.M. ET

Are you getting the most out of SumTotal? SumTotal dashboards can be powerful tools, but in many cases, they’re under-utilized. In a few simple steps, you can encourage your users to take charge of their own training – enabling them to find courses, launch required training, and participate in broader programs.

Led by Amy Friend and Kevin Hill, leaders of learning technologies at Corning, this webinar will cover how to personalize the Learning Management experience using SumTotal's Dashboards and Advanced Reporting.

During this session, attendees will learn:

  • Ideas beyond the standard widget-based dashboard
  • Data-based, user-centric dashboards with Advanced Reporting
  • Considerations for dashboard creation


Kevin Hill, Principle Consultant, Corning
Kevin Hill is a Principal Consultant for the Enterprise Technology Group of GP Strategies, Inc. Kevin has more than 25 years of experience implementing technology and has spent the last 17 years specializing in learning technologies, primarily Learning Management Systems. He is recognized for his ability to connect people, processes, and technologies to provide the best possible solution, and is able to successfully communicate this vision to senior management, as well as both functional and technical team members. Kevin is currently contracted full time with a global manufacturing company providing guidance with their learning technologies.

About Corning: Corning is one of the world's leading innovators in materials science. For over 160 years, Corning has applied unparalleled expertise in specialty glass, ceramics, and optical physics to develop products that have created new industries and transformed people's lives. Having a learning culture enables us to compete for top talent.

Amy Friend, Manager, Learning Technology and User Experience, Corning
Amy is the Manager of Learning Technology and User Experience at Corning, Inc., the world leader in glass manufacturing. She holds an MS in Instructional Technology, is a Certified Black Belt and is an ASQ Certified Quality Manager. These skills enable her passion for performance and “lean learning.” She is a champion for users at Corning, focusing on improving the value of learning for learners and the business. While working at eCornell she transitioned from traditional ADDIE model to agile which reduced time to market from 12+ months to just under 3 weeks and over $200K to $18K in development cost. As Manager of a global medical device communications department she delivered multi-million dollar savings while responsible for content creation, localization, content management and deployment of documentation and training. The savings enabled expansion to new markets. As a Black Belt at Kodak, she delivered double-digit improvements with customer satisfaction for global service and saved $4M in warranty costs. She is also a proud Super Host for AirBNB.