Corporate learning’s role in ESG

ESG

EFMD survey shows that corporate learning is deeply involved in the embedding of ESG in organisational mindsets, practices, and processes. EFMD occasionally runs a quick global survey on topical issues of corporate learning. In September, we conducted a five question-survey on how learning functions support Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) priorities in their companies: either…

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CLO Roundtable on 26 April 2022

CLO Roundtable

On April 26, EFMD convened heads of learning & development for a CLO Roundtable, to take a bold view into the future and discuss L&D in 2030 with Julian Stodd, thought leader and prolific author on learning in the social age. Julian got us going with a discussion of the major trends that he observes,…

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Takeaways from our spring Sharing Best Practice workshop: Leveraging social learning to shape a pervasive learning culture

Leveraging social learning to shape a pervasive learning culture was the theme of the online Sharing Best Practice workshop that EFMD delivered on 1 April in partnership with CLIP accredited Mazars University. Martin Moehrle explained why, as we move from the industrial to the knowledge era, value gets more intangible, knowledge more implicit and learning…

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New EFMD Rendanheyi (RDHY) Certification scheme

RDHY

EFMD is pleased to introduce the new corporate Rendanheyi (RDHY) Certification scheme as a joint initiative with Business Ecosystem Alliance (BEA) and Haier Model Research Institute (HMI). Rendanheyi is a management model for the Internet of Things (IoT) era, enabling organisations to thrive in a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous) world. It follows principles…

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Insights on the CLIP framework series so far

learning function

How do you ensure that your Corporate Learning Function (CLF) is actively contributing to the strategy and business priorities of your organisation? How does its governance ensure the mandate, support and involvement of the business to successfully deliver? How does the CLF understand and segment its market? How does it meaningfully involve the business and…

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Insights from the Corporate Advisory Seminar on Agile Learning

cas agile learning

EFMD’s Special Interest Groups (SIG) are highly focused problem-driven learning groups that allow members of corporate learning organisations to mobilise the collective intelligence of the Learning & Development community to build solutions to common challenges. Over the past 18 months, EFMD, in partnership with London Business School, has led an Agile Learning SIG to explore…

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The Corporate Learning Function’s Operating Model and Resources

Corporate Learning Function resources

How does a Corporate Learning Function (CLF) align itself to a continuously changing environment? How does it accelerate digital and informal learning? What distinct expertise does the corporate learning team have, and how representative is it of the organisation at large? How does the CLF manage its ecosystem of internal and external resources? The Corporate…

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The Corporate Learning Function’s Target Market

Corporate Learning Function's Target Market

How does a Corporate Learning Function (CLF) understand and segment its market? How does it interface with the various businesses and functions and connect with individual learners and their managers? How are learning needs identified and anticipated, top-down and bottom-up, and how quickly does the CLF respond to new or emerging needs? The Corporate Learning…

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Introducing the new CLIP framework

New CLIP Quality Framework

How do you ensure that your learning function is actively contributing to the strategy and business priorities of your organisation? What is excellence in corporate learning all about? And how do you get a fair outside-in view of your learning and development function that is not a mere check-the-box process but one that takes your…

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