VICE PRESIDENT & GENERAL MANAGER
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Sam leads the VitalSource business for the corporate and professional markets, and has been a leader in the corporate learning industry for nearly 20 years. Prior to joining VitalSource, he was CEO and co-founder of Intrepid Learning Solutions, an industry-leading learning consulting and outsourcing company which was acquired by Xerox in 2015, and CEO Intrepid Learning, the learning technology business acquired by VitalSource in 2017.
Sam is past chairman of the board of directors of ATD (the Association for Talent Development), and is a graduate of Yale and Harvard Universities.
How does collaborative learning move the needle for sales organizations?
Training Magazine article debunking the myth of all-powerful microlearning in and of itself, and explaining the key role of context in making microlearning really work.
What does entrepreneurship have to do with building a learning organization? A lot! Check out this Training Industry article for all the how-tos.
Training Industry article about digital disruption, the learning world, and intersections and opportunities amongst it all.
Herring reacts to some of the comments in Intrepid's 2019 State of High-Stakes Learning survey.
Introduction to Intrepid's Declaration of Modern Learner Rights, and why it matters for businesses.
Education Technology Insights article focusing on the opportunities online learning has for executive education programs of the future.
Interview by Chris Pirie (CEO of Learning Futures Group and former CLO of Microsoft) on the state of learning today and much much more.
Brandon Hall's Rachel Cooke interviews Sam about modern learner rights and business results
"The Learner Experience" is the topic of the day in this discussion with Herring and Cornerstone's Tom Tonkin.
Getting Smart interviews Herring and Intrepid's Catie Bull about modern corporate learning, microcredentialing, badging, and more
Sam sits down with analyst Ben Eubanks to talk applied learning and learner engagement.