New Infographic looking at L&D in the Finance Sector

by | Jul 13, 2013 | Articles

Take a look at this new infographic that highlights how the Finance Sector are embracing learning technologies compared with top Learning companies in the Towards Maturity Benchmark. Data has been taken from the Spotlight on Finance Sector report released in May.

The report and infographic are free to download thanks to the support of founding Ambassador, Brightwave.

Our Spotlight Reports are part of our ongoing sector Benchmark activities. We run a number of  sector specific Benchmarking Groups where senior leaders from cutting edge organisations come together three times a year to consider the most recent strategic findings, to focus on sector specific challenges and to consider hot topics of the moment. In the last month Legal, Professional Services, Finance and Retail Benchmarking Groups all met – contact [email protected] towardsmaturity.org for more information.

 

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