July 5th 2017
Making It Work In Practice
In this presentation from CRF's workshop on learning (4 July 2017), Mark Williamson, Partner at KPMG focuses on strategies to help HR professionals align learning and business strategy, embed learning to reduce the transfer gap and the implications of current trends on the Learnig function. Download Mark's presentation to learn about the research findings in these three areas.
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