AT&T stays on top of the latest tools, technologies and methodologies to deliver learning to its global workforce while remaining in sync with business strategy.
McDonald’s commitment to in-store training has kept its learning function aligned to the business in the company’s most pivotal area: customer service.
A cornerstone of UPS’ development strategy is to promote from within — an approach its leaders consider successful because of the efficacy of its training.
Jiffy Lube’s comprehensive Web-based learning system maintains a standard level of knowledge while conceptualizing a clear path for continued development for employees.
Procter & Gamble NA CBD Capability drives individual manager engagement along with employee accountability and rigorous follow-up.
To stay on the cutting edge of technology and innovation, IBM leverages learning to continually hone global workforce skills.
Defense Acquisition University remains flexible and adaptable by focusing on learning despite looming budget cuts.
Accenture’s attention to metrics and long-term planning allows it to design development opportunities that are focused, flexible and timely.
The food company leverages social tools and in-depth metrics to ensure learning reaches all employees and has an impact on the business.
Coldwell Banker’s commitment to sales training is evident in its enhanced skills-based content that is not only collaborative but tailored to the mobile nature of its sales agents.
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