In an effort to benchmark and identify the world’s elite learning organizations, Chief Learning Officer magazine’s editors and its research division — Human Capital Media Advisory Group — have established the LearningElite benchmarking program. The intent of the program is to provide the learning and development field a transparent benchmarking program that also recognizes the exceptional efforts of learning organizations across the globe.
The 2014 LearningElite Best Practices and Benchmarking report contains the background of the LearningElite program, the selection process and a synthesis of the elite practices contained within five dimensions: learning strategy, leadership commitment, learning execution, learning impact and business performance results.
This free, high-level summary provides insight into some of the findings from the 2014 LearningElite benchmarking program. The 2014 LearningElite Benchmarking Report Executive Summary provides a brief look at:
The development of the LearningElite program.
The dimensions of the LearningElite benchmark.
The Learning Elite benchmark and judging process.
An brief review of 2014 LearningElite demographic information.
Excerpts from the best and unique practices of 2014 LearningElite organizations.
A summary of findings from the 2014 LearningElite.
To purchase the full 2014 LearningElite Best Practices and Benchmarking Report click here.
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