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'The Fall and Rise of Corporate Academies' - an Elearnity Viewpoint
Elearnity has published a summary view of its research into corporate academies. The Elearnity Viewpoint paper, 'The Fall and Rise of Corporate Academies', discusses some of the key trends in corporate academies, and some of the key questions that organisations should be asking about their academy plans.
Elearnity says corporate academies have been an established trend in enterprise learning for some time with many organisations adopting them as a strategic vehicle to deliver business alignment and more holistic development strategies. However, many others have seen their initiatives wither and die.
In an age which is increasingly about creating a balance portfolio of work-based, formal and collaborative learning, and where academies would appear to be the perfect mechanism to enable this, the Elearnity Viewpoint paper explores some of the lessons that can be learnt from those successes and failures and looks at a number of key considerations for corporates who are currently embarking on their journey into the corporate academies landscape.
"Academies may be the perennial flower of organisational learning, but they far from hardy," said David Perring, Elearnity's director of research, "From our viewpoint, if they are to flourish and survive, they need to be woven very deeply into the fabric of the business and deliver demonstrable impact. If this is not the case, they can be a very delicate flower, with a very short bloom indeed."
The Elearnity Viewpoint paper, 'The Fall and Rise of Corporate Academies', is available at: www.elearnity.com/EKCLoad.htm?load=ByKey/DWIN8E7E9U
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