We’ve all heard it before. The only constant in this world is change. In the marketplace of enterprise learning, we have adopted this as a mantra. Many corporate-learning pundits and corporate executives forecast huge shifts away from instructor-led train
Corporate universities were first created in the late 1980s as an enhancement to traditional training departments.
The old saw, “When revenue is down, training gets cut,” is for many CLOs, and their direct reports, a painful reality. So chances are, you are either anticipating cuts or already know their extent as reflected in your final numbers.
In 1999, PurchasePro spent a small fortune on instructor-led training (ILT) for sales, customer service, vendors and clients. They knew that e-learning suited their product well, yet e-learning wasn’t ready for (Web) primetime. ILT was still more valuable
In January 2002, Ameren, a large Midwestern utility, launched a new phase of its “Driving Shareholder Value” program, which helps the company’s current and future leaders develop an understanding of the language of business. Root Learning Inc. and Towers
When Stephen E. Scholl graduated from Albright College in 1979, he was armed with a sociology degree and a healthy respect for education. And while he didnï¿½t start out to be a teacher, a provider of educational opportunities is just what he became nonet