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Corporate Learning / Running Training Like a Business
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Contributor: Allen Krom
Posted: Fri, 09/07/2012
Allen Krom
Explore how Accor Hospitality expanded their training from 0 hours of learning to 50,000+ hours by uncovering revenue streams, allowing them fund other critical projects within the North American Learning Center. Full Content »
Contributor: Alan A. Malinchak
Posted: Thu, 03/15/2012
Alan A. Malinchak
As a learning professional within your organization, you have a responsibility to develop your employees to improve their performance for your company’s clients. Today we are asking if you can see yourself using the structure of your corporate university to generate revenue or become a cost-neutral operation. Full Content »
Contributor: Hirra Pervaiz
Posted: Wed, 02/29/2012
Hirra Pervaiz
Employee turnover is a major concern for many organizations today. High employee turnover can have a devastating effect on a company, especially if the lost employees are high performers. Although there are several factors that influence the decision to leave an organization, one factor that is linked with the decision to stay is training. Full Content »
Contributor: Bob Dick
Posted: Mon, 01/23/2012
Bob Dick
"As educators, we cannot reasonably expect that we can take corrective steps in a course simply by looking at test scores at the end of a course. Testing throughout training must be done early and often. We have discovered at Humana that metrics and success are not a one size fits all effort, and that planning efforts at the front end of any project will pay great dividends when designing and delivering meaningful and actionable metrics." Full Content »
Contributor: Carey Bradshaw
Posted: Tue, 10/18/2011
Carey Bradshaw
A major challenge of launching a Corporate University is gaining executive buy-in and ensuring that the training programs are aligned with bottom-line results. HRIQ speaks with Carey Bradshaw, Corporate Manager of Learning and Development at CBRE, one of Fortune World's Most Admired Companies, 2011. Full Content »
Contributor: From the HRIQ Editorial Desk
Posted: Sun, 10/16/2011
From the HRIQ Editorial Desk

The major premise of continuous improvement, as defined by Jerry Bowles and Joshua Hammond, more than 15 years ago, in their book, "Beyond Quality: How 50 Winning Companies Use Continuous Improvement":


"...by involving everyone within an organization, from senior level management to the mailroom, in a daily search for incremental... Full Content »
Contributor: From the HRIQ Editorial Desk
Posted: Thu, 05/26/2011
From the HRIQ Editorial Desk

Employee development, improved morale and greater loyalty to the company are all benefits that training programs can bring to the workplace. Yet there is no reason why HR departments can't go one step further and turn internal training functions into a strategic business partner, offering a positive return on investment for the enterprise.... Full Content »
Contributor: From the HRIQ Editorial Staff
Posted: Mon, 05/16/2011

Many internal training organizations must really start to reinvent themselves––or face the prospect of significant downsizing.

CEOs and CFOs are now demanding investments in training deliver maximum value to the organization.

Translated, this means training budgets are being put under the microscope. Training costs–... Full Content »
Contributor: Allan Hoving
Posted: Thu, 12/09/2010
Allan Hoving

In order to build for the future, HR Learning Officers need to take a strategic approach fo ensuring maintenance of their current systems. In this podcast interview, recorded at the 12th Annual Corporate University Week Expo and Conference, in Orlando, Florida, in November 2010, John Wiltshire, VP, Global Talent & Organization Development,... Full Content »
Contributor: Mary Ann Bopp
Posted: Mon, 10/11/2010
Mary Ann Bopp

The rapid growth of emerging countries such as Singapore, India and China, has created opportunity for IBM; however, it has also brought its share of challenges. Aggressive hiring in these countries resulted in an enthusiastic but largely inexperienced work force. One of the issues facing senior management was how to increase performance of its... Full Content »
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Posted: Mon, 01/30/2012
Converting Education Management into a Strategic Initiative with Long-Term Sustainability

This video interview will address the support, development and measurement of innovative learning programs at Ernst & Young University (EYU). Ernst & Young's professional commitment is evidenced by the voluntary cooperation of nearly 380 professionals from managers to partners in the roles of training instructors and coordinators.

Armando Lourenzo, Corporate University Director at EYU, answers the following questions:

  1. What role do the leaders and key partners at Ernst & Young play in the corporate learning function?

  2. What kinds of certification programs do they have in place, and what function to they serve to maximize organizational performance?

  3. In what ways do they ensure that training programs are helping the individual employees reach their goals while supporting business objectives?

  4. How did E&Y deploy its peer tutor program and how does this serves your company’s bottom line?

  5. How are results measured using the evaluation system?

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Contributor: Allan Hoving
Posted: Thu, 12/09/2010
podcast hr today
In order to build for the future, HR Learning Officers need to take a strategic approach fo ensuring maintenance of their current systems. In this podcast interview, recorded at the 12th Annual Corporate University Week Expo and Conference, in Orlando, Florida, in November 2010, John Wiltshire, VP, Global Talent & Organization Development, Full Podcast »
Contributor: Alan A. Malinchak
Posted: Thu, 03/15/2012
Alan A. Malinchak
As a learning professional within your organization, you have a responsibility to develop your employees to improve their performance for your company’s clients. Today we are asking if you can see yourself using the structure of your corporate university to generate revenue or become a cost-neutral operation. Full Column »