The unique perspective Larry brings will be invaluable in helping us deliver solutions that address the unique needs of our clients
BOSTON (PRWEB) August 23, 2018
Harvard Business Publishing announced today that Larry Clark has joined Corporate Learning as managing director of global learning solutions. Clark comes to the company from Comcast, where he served as vice president of Comcast University’s Talent & Professional Development College.
As managing director of global learning solutions, Clark will lead the team of learning solutions managers around the globe who partner with clients to design and develop learning experiences unique to each organization’s needs. In this role, Clark will ensure the team combines the latest in learning experience design with the depth and breadth of Harvard Business Publishing’s research and thought leadership in every client engagement.
During his six-year tenure with Comcast, Clark oversaw all leadership, high-potential and executive development, as well as learning and development for all enterprise functions across the organization. He built and led the talent management function and rebuilt and implemented Comcast’s high-potential development strategy. Prior to joining Comcast, Larry spent 12 years with Microsoft, where he played various roles in advancing learning, leadership development, technical development, and talent management for Microsoft’s global field organization. Clark began his career in the learning and talent profession working as a learning and management consultant for companies including Learning International and Zenger Miller.
“Larry has spent the past 20-plus years leading teams, ensuring they receive innovative, rigorous and impactful learning advice and solution design,” said Nick Clayton, vice president of global sales at Harvard Business Publishing. “One of the things I’m most excited about is Larry’s deep passion for the development of leaders. While at Comcast, he worked with us to co-create an executive education program, and I’m excited to leverage his thought leadership across the learning space. The unique perspective Larry brings will be invaluable in helping us deliver solutions that address the unique needs of our clients.”
“Having been a client of Harvard Business Publishing for the last four years, I’ve seen firsthand how great of an impact their learning experiences can have on an organization’s performance,” explained Clark. “It’s why I’m so excited to join the Corporate Learning team and be a part of their next phase of growth. The business world is entering an unprecedented era of change - where artificial intelligence, digital transformation and a multi-generational workforce create the mandate for a new type of leader. I believe L&D has the power to truly support business transformation, and I’m excited to be able to help our clients develop the leaders they need to succeed.”
About Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning
With more than 25 years of success delivering dynamic learning experiences to the world’s biggest brands, Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning partners with Global 2000 companies to co-create leadership-development solutions that align with strategy and engage learners. The company combines unrivaled subject-matter expertise and scale with unmatched flexibility and contextualization to bring the right programs to the right learners in the most useful ways. From highly focused executive leadership programs to enterprise-wide engagements for thousands of global employees, each learning experience leverages the remarkable depth and breadth of Harvard Business School and Harvard Business Review resources, industry experts, technology-enabled and user-friendly solutions, and a creative, collaborative mindset to help clients discover something new. The result is stronger companies better prepared to meet their challenges and thrive both today and in the future. Harvard Business Publishing is comprised of three market groups, Higher Education, Corporate Learning, and Harvard Business Review Group, and is an affiliate of Harvard Business School. For more information on Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning, visit http://www.harvardbusiness.org. Follow the company on Twitter @HBPCorpLearning and connect with other talent development leaders on LinkedIn through the Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning Group.