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Products & Services Knowledge Management Communicating and Organizing Knowledge Formal and informal best practice exchanges

Knowledge Sharing: Building Effective International Learning Programs

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Pages/Slides: 31


Published: Pre-2013


Delivery Format: Online PDF Document


 

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Non-Members: To download a complimentary excerpt of selected slides from this research presentation, please click here.


Study Overview:

Ongoing trends towards more globalization and outsourcing require companies to become more sophisticated and efficient in managing a more diverse work force in different locations across the globe. This 31-slide presentation looks at one aspect of global personnel management: Training, Learning & Development of International Employees. The study findings will help executives compare, improve or extend current international learning programs based on the best practices identified at benchmarked companies.

Topic Areas:

  • Methods to Transfer Knowledge Effectively (Learning Channels, Translation, Customization)
  • Program Management & Cost
  • E-Learning Trends
  • Program Effectiveness Measures & Impact
  • Lessons Learned in International Learning Program Management

Sample Key Findings:

  • The majority of benchmarked companies spend less than $500 per full-time equivalent employee (FTE) regardless of the region.
  • On average, 75% of U.S. learning initiatives have a corporate focus and half of the programs for Europe and Asia are country-specific.
  • 62% of benchmarked companies translate learning material from English into the local languages either through a local company resource, a contracted agency, or on an ad hoc basis through local employees using English learning material as a basis.

Methodology:

Best Practices, LLC conducted an internet benchmarking exchange survey with 24 international/global companies across different industries. The study was completed for a Global Benchmarking Council member.

NonMembers: Purchase this document to view all key findings and the detailed survey data.


Industries Profiled:
Manufacturing; Computer Hardware; Electronics; Telecommunications; Medical Device; Professional Services; Financial Services; Aerospace; Banking; Consumer Products; Pharmaceutical; Internet


Companies Profiled:
ALCOA; Appraisal Institute; PSC; Arthur D. Little GmbH; Applied Materials; Elanco Pharma; QUALCOMM; GE Insurance Solutions; Becton Dickinson; KPMG; Washington Mutual; M2Med; Boeing; Milwaukee Electric Tool Company; Whirlpool; Option One Mortgage; Eli Lilly and Company; ROI Learning Services; Sanmina-SCI; Halliburton; Intel; KLA Tencor


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