Corporate Learning Strategies

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American Society for Training and Development, 2006 - Business & Economics - 150 pages
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Every organization strives to develop fully engaged employees who connect their own learning to the success of the organization. ""Corporate Learning Strategies"" offers its readers a roadmap to building organizational structures that encourage and cultivate this powerful idea of employee growth. The roadmap to this transformation is embodied in a return-on-learning-investment (ROLI) model that aligns organizational and employee roles and expectations of success. By implementing the ROLI concept, organizations develop employees with improved job employability, satisfaction, enhancement, enrichment, and commitment. The organization's return on its human capital investment includes gains in performance, increased compliance, higher retention, greater employee ownership, and ultimately greater business unit success. Learning and performance professionals who wish to build a comprehensive, organization-wide learning strategy will find great value implementing the principles contained in this book.
 

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Contents

What Good Is Corporate Learning Anyway?
11
Organizational InputsStart in the Right Place
25
Force Me and Ill Do ItMaybe
33
Create a Stakeholder Bonanza
47
Down but Not Out
61
Training for More Than Fires
81
Setting a Corporate Learning Benchmark
103
Creating Transformation atthe Strategic Level
119
A Guide to Implementing ROLI at Your Organization
135
References
147
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