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Ellen Balaguer, John G. Higgins, Craig Mindrum
While many executives believe that all the elements for effective enterprise learning are in place, connecting those different elements to maximize the business benefits of learning remains the toughest challenge.
Accenture summarizes research and collective experience to show how to link learning investments to high performance.
In Accenture’s research study on high-performance learning organizations—based on a survey of 285 senior learning executives around the world—the most critical challenges all centered on linking learning investments to business results:
Organizations should seek to focus learning investments on several specific ways of linking learning to business outcomes:
Ellen Balaguer is global managing director of Accenture Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Services.
John G. Higgins is Senior Director, Innovation and Offering Management, Accenture Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) Services.
Craig Mindrum is a visiting research fellow at Accenture.
September 4, 2007
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