Is the Corporate University Too Old School?

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Sandra Wichman

A few years back I attended a performance improvement conference. I was so taken with the team from Bath & Body Works and their presentation on the painful and enthusiastic birthing of their corporate university. Since their conception in the 1950s and their proliferation and momentum in the 1980s, corporate universities have evolved and grown to hail continuous learning, cross-functionality and results in an effort to support the organization’s strategic intent. According to Corporat...
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