Corporate Learning Strategies (Google eBook)
American Society for Training and Development, 2006 - Business & Economics - 150 pages
Corporate Learning Strategies presents an easy, yet proven return-on-learning investment model that enables your organization to improve performance as well as profits. Drawing from his experience as a consultant with many Fortune 500 companies, Nathan Greeno creates a roadmap to bridge the gap between training, learning and organizational strategy. Use this title as your resource to create strategic learning transformations at all levels.
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