Collaboration changes everything: management, economics, leadership and productivity.
Discussions with Training Managers clearly outlined issues of concern and opportunity
There’s infrastructure to deal with the initiatives on a regional basis, managed through a Community of Practice.
Recruiting great workers depends mostly
on having great managers. Developing
great managers takes an full, strategic agenda,
best supported with collaborative, regional
Workers should be attracted, not recruited.
Employees should be engaged, not directed.
Development programs should directly address
enterprise development, not just skills.
HRQMC’s Regional Corporate University:
- Training Arsenal
- Customer-Centered Culture
- Return on Investment
Papers to outline the concepts and agenda: