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 functions. The process provided once again an impartial outside-in view for the accredited learning function.
Bank Rakyat Indonesia is the largest bank and most profitable State-Owned Enterprise in Indonesia. It has the mission to Becoming the Most Valuable Bank in South East Asia and Home to the Best Talent and hence, explicitly refers to the role of talent for the realisation of its ambition. This provides learning and talent development with a powerful mandate.
Martin Moehrle, Director of Corporate Services and of CLIP at EFMD highlights that “the Peer Review Team was particularly impressed by BRI’s vision to explicitly build on talent, by BRI CU’s positioning as a performance improvement function, by its customer orientation, by having a resilient and engaged team, by its BRISMART system to evolve into a learning experience platform, and by the general understanding of learning as an investment”, to then “congratulate BRI on its performance and welcome them warmly in the CLIP community.”
Andreas Hassim, Chief Learning Officer at BRI and head of BRI CU commented: “Following the CLIP accreditation process in the midst of a pandemic was not an easy thing for us. We are busily exploring new ways of learning amid the difficulties we are experiencing with the COVID-19 pandemic. And we can really feel the benefits of EFMD’S CLIP accreditation and are proud of having been the first corporate learning function to do the CLIP Accreditation fully online. Many thanks to the EFMD Team for their great support.”
The CLIP framework takes a broad view of Corporate Learning & Development and covers both, the professionalism applied in all learning and development processes and practices, as well as their grounding in business and organizational reality and their link to the company’s strategic and transformation agenda. The CLIP accreditation compares the learning practices within an organisation with practices across a wide spectrum of companies.
BRI Corporate University 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.
Learn more about the renewed CLIP framework.
For more information on the CLIP process, visit www.efmdglobal.org/clip.