CLIP is a unique accreditation scheme run by EFMD that focuses on identifying the key factors that determine quality in the design and functioning of corporate universities and corporate learning organisations. The process provided once again a powerful outside-in view for the accredited learning function.
Thanks to the resources allocated to ALC, it has managed to design and implement a comprehensive programme portfolio in a little over three years, which continues to evolve thanks to new programmes and continuous improvement.
Martin Moehrle, Director, Corporate Services, highlighted: “We were impressed by top management’s engagement and involvement within ALC. The quality of learning delivery is to be commended in all its aspects. We congratulate AIA on this achievement, and we are delighted to have them join the CLIP community.”
ALC has become the place to train the next generation of leaders and a key element to any future success of the company. The learners’ experience is elevated thanks to outstanding facilities and delivery but also through the programme quality. For any future development, ALC will be able to bank on its strengths such as its role as an inclusive platform for enterprise integration and its well-developed ecosystem of external partners.
“We at AIA are delighted to become part of the CLIP community and see this as a key enabler of the development and growth of our group learning functions over the next few years. The recent peer-review we underwent was a rigorous process, which gave us several invaluable insights into our strengths weighed against our gaps and opportunities. Overall, we see CLIP as a major milestone in our quest to provide world class leadership development and learning solutions to a fast-growing business spanning the Asia-Pacific region,” commented Gyan Nagpal, Dean of AIA Leadership Centre, AIA Group.
The CLIP accreditation benchmarks the learning function against international standards in terms of strategic positioning, marketing, external suppliers, the corporate learning team, programmes, services and activities, innovation and development, physical resources and administration, and global outreach.
ALC – AIA Leadership Center joins a community of CLIP accredited organisations which also includes:
ArcelorMittal, BI Institute, BNI Corporate University, Capgemini University, EDF Group, EDP – Energy of Portugal, ENGIE, Faurecia University, Grupo Santander, Mazars, Metro AG, MLP Finanzberatung SE, Naturgy, OCP S.A., Pertamina Corporate University, PSA Group, Repsol, Sberbank Corporate University, Saint-Gobain, Siemens AG, Telkom Indonesia, UniCredit Group.
The CLIP assessment process covers all the essential dimensions of the corporate university’s deployment within a company: the alignment of its mission and operational objectives with corporate strategy, the effectiveness of its governance and internal management systems, its ability to address key issues of concern to the business units, the programme design process, the overall coherence of the programme portfolio, the quality of delivery and the impact of the activities of the corporate university on individual and organisational learning. CLIP combines internal self-assessment against a set of rigorous standards drawn up by leading members of the corporate learning community with external review by peers from the CLIP community.
For more information on the CLIP process, visit www.efmdglobal.org/clip.