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Josh Bersin (more research by Josh Bersin)
New for 2008, this report is an in-depth study of best practices in corporate training.
This 350-plus page study is a detailed analysis of trends and best practices in the management and operations of corporate training. The report is based on surveys of more than 800 organizations and interviews with approximately 100 learning executives over the last three years.
The definitive go-to resource for every corporate learning executive, the study identifies the top 18 learning strategies that have highest business impact and 50 key characteristics of a high-impact learning culture.
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This study builds on Bersin & Associates’ groundbreaking 2005 study on learning organizations – the industry’s first. Since then, the learning landscape has dramatically changed. You’ll learn how business challenges, new technologies and deliveries, and the increased emphasis on talent management have significantly changed all aspects of corporate learning.
Whether your organization has 500 or 50,000 employees, this study can serve as your primary reference for the best practices, examples, and considerations in the management, governance, and operations of corporate training. You’ll discover ways to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of your programs and processes – and, just as importantly, increase the business value of your organization.
Key Strategies and Best Practices