Bio

BCS intro 2Ken Cooper … is the founder of CooperComm, Inc., a technology-based content development, delivery, and consulting provider headquartered in St. Louis. He has over 30 years experience as a training consultant and speaker, has delivered over 2,500 seminars, and has written and appeared in hundreds of live and recorded e-learning programs.

Ken began his career as a training consultant in 1976. In 2003, he co-founded ej4, LLC, a St. Louis-based e-learning firm specializing in short-form video training solutions. During his association with ej4, he helped to develop ej4’s instructional design methodology, used his content in 270 off-the-shelf business training courses, and shared his research results in numerous white papers. He sold his interest in 2012, and is now developing the next generation of performance improvement tools.

Ken has worked with hundreds of clients including Apple, Anheuser-Busch, Monsanto, Pepsi-Cola, Peoplesoft, Syngenta, Maritz, IBM, and SHAZAM Financial Network along with numerous small and medium-sized organizations.

Ken is a recognized expert in the areas of learning and competency, has spoken at major industry events, and has made hundreds of radio and TV appearances discussing his work and publications.

Ken is the co-author of Taming the Terrible Too’s of Training (TotalComm Press), and the author of The Relational Enterprise (AMACOM), and Effective Competency Modeling & Reporting (AMACOM), in addition to other books. He has also written numerous articles and white papers, and has been published in Chief Learning Officer, Training, Trainer’s Workshop, The Corporate Board, and other business publications.

CooperComm, Inc.

CooperComm, Inc.

Ken Cooper is the founder of CooperComm, Inc., a technology-based content development, delivery, and consulting provider headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. He has over 30 years experience as a training consultant and speaker, has delivered over 2,500 seminars, and has written and appeared in hundreds of live and recorded e-learning programs.

CooperComm, Inc.
16457 Wilson Farm
Chesterfield, MO 63005-4525

(636) 537-1100 (tel/fax)

info@kencooper.com