Creating Value Through the Learning Enterprise

| December 12, 2017

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The structure of your learning organization must align with corporate strategy and business requirements. Aligning structure with business strategy drives a better holistic learning model that delivers a top-line return on your training investment—in other words, value. It all begins with a Learning Enterprise Assessment (LEA). By seeing where you are presently and by planning soundly where you need to be, you can build a strategic model that bridges that gap and forms the pathway to successful learning.GP Strategies partners with organizations of all types and sizes to drive winning learning strategies. Training has been the organization’s sole focus for over 50 years, and we bear the resources and expertise that kind of experience brings. Our learning solutions are built around our clients’ specific business needs. We understand that business constantly

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