Infographic: Implementing the New Learning Agenda

by | Jan 15, 2014 | Articles

Is your organisation prepared for success in 2014? Use this new infographic as a check list in your organsiation to help you become a top learning company.

Data is taken from the 2013-14 Towards Maturity Benchmark where 540 participants from 44 countries contributed their perspectives on learning innovation and impact.

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