Running Training Like a Business

With the recent influence of technology and globalization creating a seismic change in the training industry and global economy, NIIT, a leader in global talent development, and Corporate University Xchange (CorpU), have partnered to produce a new e-book titled “The 2010 Running Training Like a Business Framework Update.” It is composed of research gathered by hundreds of organizations from around the world and is based on the seminal book, “Running Training Like a Business: Delivering Unmistakable Value,” co-authored by Edward Trolley, vice president of Managed Training Services at NIIT, and Alan Todd, chairman of Corporate University XChange.

The e-book provides an in-depth look at how organizations are refining the its concepts for today’s rapidly changing global business environment and the actions an organization can take to accelerate their path toward transformation into the new framework. The research also includes insight on how to re-think learning budgeting, governance and alignment to produce better outcomes more tightly aligned with critical business needs.

“We were surprised to find that ‘Top Performers’ were three to four times more likely to follow the Top 11 Key Practices outlined in the research. The evidence suggests that implementing certain key practices will improve business and learning outcomes in a measurable way.” says Todd.

For more information about the e-book, visit the Website www.niit.com

With the recent influence of technology and globalization creating a seismic change in the training industry and global economy, NIIT, a leader in global talent development, and Corporate University Xchange (CorpU), have partnered to produce a new e-book titled “The 2010 Running Training Like a Business Framework Update.” It is composed of research gathered by hundreds of organizations from around the world and is based on the seminal book, “Running Training Like a Business: Delivering Unmistakable Value,” co-authored by Edward Trolley, vice president of Managed Training Services at NIIT, and Alan Todd, chairman of Corporate University XChange.

The e-book provides an in-depth look at how organizations are refining the its concepts for today’s rapidly changing global business environment and the actions an organization can take to accelerate their path toward transformation into the new framework. The research also includes insight on how to re-think learning budgeting, governance and alignment to produce better outcomes more tightly aligned with critical business needs.

“We were surprised to find that ‘Top Performers’ were three to four times more likely to follow the Top 11 Key Practices outlined in the research. The evidence suggests that implementing certain key practices will improve business and learning outcomes in a measurable way.” says Todd.

For more information about the e-book, visit the Website www.niit.com

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