Thought Leadership series with Kineo – ‘Credit Crunch Survival Guide’

by | Aug 31, 2009 | Articles

Kineo have established themselves as one of the leaders in the field of e-learning and are an active supporter and invaluable contributor via our Community of Excellence to the Towards Maturity project, primarily by providing employer-based success stories. 

With their significant expertise we encouraged Kineo, as we do all our valued contributors, to make further contributions that would stimulate debate and provide highly relevant content for the many organisations and public bodies that constantly access the Towards Maturity website. As a result we are introducing a further ‘Thought Leadership’ series with Kineo which will draw on the many articles and white papers that they make freely available through their own website.
We welcome this ongoing series of community contributions, the first of which continues on the theme of ‘More for Less’ by providing a very practical ‘Credit Crunch Survival Manual’.
Delivering ‘More for Less’ is a key issue right now for Learning & Development and Business professionals. It’s been a core theme for Towards Maturity as evidenced from our own Benchmark Review, the Masie Centre recent ‘Barometer Findings’, the recent research survey from LMMatters and Training Zone into budget trends and the ‘5 Tips for Beating the Credit Crunch with e-learning’ from Kaplan IT Learning all published ove the last few months.
This survival manual looks at the practical steps that you can take to reduce your learning and development costs.

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