Corporate Learning Strategies
Daniel R. Tobin, Ph.D.
About Dan Tobin
Dan Tobin is an author and speaker on Corporate Learning Strategies.
Dan has worked in the training and
development field for 30 years, including eleven years at Digital Equipment
Corporation where he founded Digital’s
Dan is the author of five books, Re-Educating the Corporation: Foundations for the Learning Organization (Wiley, 1994), which has been hailed as "the first practical approach to building a learning organization"; Transformational Learning: Renewing Your Company Through Knowledge and Skills (Wiley, 1996), named as "one of the thirty best business books of 1996" by Soundview Executive Book Summaries; The Knowledge-Enabled Organization: Moving from Training to Learning to Meet Business Goals (AMACOM,1997), cited by Training & Development magazine as "A groundbreaking book that blends theory with hands-on advice about building and developing a knowledge-based organization; "All Learning Is Self-Directed: How Organizations Can Encourage and Support Independent Learning (American Society for Training & Development, 2000) and “The AMA Guide to Management Development” (with Margaret Pettingell) (AMACOM, 2008). Dan’s articles and press interviews have appeared in leading business and professional publications on four continents.
Noted for his practical approaches and his sense of humor, Dan is a popular speaker and seminar/workshop leader. He has given workshops and keynote addresses on five continents.
Dan Tobin holds a master's degree
from the Johnson Graduate School of Management and a Ph.D. in the Economics of
Education, both from