Jay Cross is an internationally acclaimed strategist, speaker, consultant, and designer of corporate learning and performance systems.

He is the author of Implementing eLearning, founder of Internet Time Group (whose clients include IBM, Cisco, Defense Acquisition University, and SmartForce), and a has just completed a book on Informal Learning.

Jay coined the term eLearning. He developed the first business program offered by the University of Phoenix. He coaches organizations on performance improvement and marketing. He often writes white papers, articles, and presentations that help vendors educate their customers.

He is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Business School. Jay and his wife Uta live with two miniature longhaired dachshunds in the hills of Berkeley, California.

 
 
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