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Prioritizing Your Corporate University’s Development

Developing employees who know how to learn—how to acquire knowledge, process data, and communicate it to colleagues—is a competitive advantage, especially in a knowledge and service economy. But the development of an effective corporate university does not happen overnight. With so many different learning methods and approaches, how should learning executives prioritize? In the end, it comes down to focusing on five strategic learning priorities and recognizing your corporate university’s current stage of development.

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