July 5th 2017
Unipart Group Case Study – Learning
In this presentation from CRF's workshop on 4 July 2017, "Learning - The Foundation of Agility and Sustainable Performance", John Greatrex, Group HR Director at Unipart Group shares the organisational approach to learning, the structures and principles that support it and why Unipart considers itself a learning organisation. Download this presentation to learn more about the Learning function at Unipart Group and what makes it successful.
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