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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Initial EOCCS Certification for Rome Business School, EA Business School and University of the Bank of Russia courses

We are pleased to announce that the following institutions were recently granted the EOCCS certification for their courses: Rome Business School (IT) 4 courses part of the Master programme in HR and Organization: Business Strategy Marketing Managerial Economics Entrepreneurship and Business Planning EAE Business School (SP) 4 courses part of the Global Executive MBA programme: Financial Management Sales…

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Impact of the Corporate Learning Function

CLIP impact

How can a Corporate Learning Function demonstrate the impact it has on the business and within its Organisation?  Can it demonstrate broader impact to its stakeholder network or even society at large? Impact of the Corporate Learning Function The Impact of the Corporate Learning Function is the final of the five chapters of EFMD’s CLIP…

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SIBUR Corporate University accredited by CLIP


Warm congratulations to SIBUR Corporate University for successfully completing the EFMD Corporate Learning Improvement Process (CLIP) and receiving CLIP accreditation. CLIP is a unique accreditation programme 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 provides an impartial outside-in…

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What makes my MOOC stand out?

Keith Pond, Director of EFMD Online Course Certification System (EOCCS), and Antonia Lütgens, Project Consultant for EOCCS, celebrate the 5th birthday of EOCCS and discuss findings from a recent workshop.  Happy 5th birthday EOCCS! EOCCS celebrates its fifth birthday this year (2021), an appropriate point for us to reflect. At the 5 year point for EOCCS…

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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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E-learning in Peru: experiences and expectations

ISIL campus - online education

2020 was a turbulent year for education in general and at Instituto Superior San Ignacio de Loyola (ISIL) we carried out online education research to deep dive into higher education challenges and opportunities. About ISIL Founded in 1983, as a Technological Institute, ISIL is a private, regulated, for-profit institution in the Peruvian higher education sector,…

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Initial EFMD Programme Accreditation of SCBS Grande Ecole Programme

EFMD Programme Accreditation

We are pleased to announce the programme accreditation of South Champagne Business School’s (SCBS) Grande Ecole Programme. Founded in 1992,  SCBS is a well-established institution showcasing a solid engagement and sense of responsibility within its local community and its students. Supported by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Troyes and the Aube, and other local…

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The Offer of the Corporate Learning Function

CLIP Offer

How does a Corporate Learning Function (CLF) ensure that its offer optimally supports the business in the realisation of its ambitions? How does it meaningfully involve the business and learners in the design of its programmes, services and activities? The Corporate Learning Function’s Offer is the third of five chapters of EFMD’s CLIP framework for…

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BSIS Virtual Symposium: Impact and Rankings

BSIS impact and rankings

During the recent Business School Impact System (BSIS) Virtual Symposium, Jérôme Caby, Delegate General, FNEGE, moderated the session on Rankings and Impact and he summarises his conversation with the three panellists here. Enhancing business efficiency, growth and productivity was the traditional mission of business schools. However, their expected contribution to society’s prosperity has been recently expanded…

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