In the business world, the LearningElite has become one of the most highly regarded standards for evaluating workforce development based on innovation, execution and business impact.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) March 26, 2018
Chief Learning Officer magazine honored more than 80 global organizations for their outstanding corporate education strategies Monday night, at the 2018 LearningElite Gala in the ballroom of the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Held on the opening night of CLO Symposium 2018, the magazine’s premier conference for senior corporate education and talent management executives, the awards ceremony marked the culmination of a rigorous peer-reviewed benchmarking program. The LearningElite “uses advanced evaluation methods to single out those global organizations implementing highly effective and elite enterprise education and workforce development practices that measurably improve business results,” said Sarah Kimmel, vice president of research and advisory services for Human Capital Media (HCM), which publishes Chief Learning Officer.
The organizations ranked at the top of the 2018 LearningElite represent a diverse range of enterprises. The top five organizations, respectively, are Accenture, AT&T, Vi, Nationwide and Deloitte.
“In the business world, the LearningElite has become one of the most highly regarded standards for evaluating workforce development based on innovation, execution and business impact,” said Kimmel. “The comprehensive program allows enterprises to quantify their progress toward making strong workforce development a driver of performance and competitive advantage.”
To learn more about the LearningElite benchmarking program and see the full 2018 rankings, please visit: learningelite.CLOmedia.com.