In many organizations, CLOs have the keys to the kingdom: Having earned a seat at the big table, they contribute on a daily basis to the organization’s development, as an active partner in advancing the enterprise. In other organizations, things are … different. No matter how crucial the CLO’s work is to the enterprise, some corporations still don’t appreciate the advantages to be gained through education, learning and development.
Accountability can be the bridge to move learning executives from one level to the next. The more chief learning officers can prove the value of their work to the organization, the greater their level of influence in the executive suites will be.
This CLO e-seminar will provide a vision for vital CLO accountability and a road map for executing against that vision. Panelists will look at the best practices in aligning and governing learning strategy at the executive level to best fuel the organization’s growth. Panelists will present a road map for ensuring accountability, illustrating the message with a case study of how Steelcase University was formed to let education further the reach of the office furniture and workplace environment giant.
Lee Maxey, learning strategist, Mind Max
George Wolfe, dean of global learning and development, Steelcase, Inc.
Join us Wednesday, May 5, 2004, at 2 p.m. Eastern / 11 a.m. Pacific
To register for FREE for this event, powered by Interwise, click here.Filed under: Measurement, Technology