Running Training Like A Business
Contributor: Donal Conn
Posted: Thu, 07/12/2012
Donal Conn
Whether you’re a seasoned professional with years of global experience or new to managing a talent development function that crosses borders and languages, the challenges that come with leading a global learning and development function can be intimidating. The unfortunate reality for most global L&D leaders today is that they’ve inherited systems, policies and procedures that were established in relatively simpler times when their company was still domestically-focused or when local employment laws and data privacy regulations were far less demanding that they are today. Even if your function was ‘born global,’ the ever-changing global L&D landscape means that it’s probably time to ask yourself the following questions. Full Content »