The Chief Learning Officer Business Intelligence Board is made up of self-nominated individuals who hold senior-level roles in domestic and global organizations. Board members are from organizations with revenue ranging from less than $5 million to more than $5 billion and who have learning and development budgets up to more than $5 million. The numbers of learners supported in the board organizations are fewer than 1,000 to greater than 250,000. Industries represented on the board range from aerospace and pharmaceutical to finance and government. Overall, there are more than 20 industries participating on the Business Intelligence Board. The Chief Learning Officer Business Intelligence Board has a diverse population of members who are committed to providing time and information to support furthering the understanding of learning organizations and giving back to the learning and development industry.
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