Making Governance Real for the Conference Board Council of Learning and Development

June 17, 2010

At a recent public workshop on learning governance, a high-level learning executive for a major corporation remarked that putting a formal Learning Governance Council in place at her organization had not made any difference in the day-to-day learning practices of the company.

This common experience was the inspiration for a session entitled Making Learning Governance Real that Razor Learning delivered in June to the Conference Board Council of Learning and Development in Orlando, Florida.

The session covered:

Moving learning governance from an abstract hypothetical to a visible reality that creates measurable organizational improvement is the focus of Razor Learning's Learning Governance Lifecycle™ methodology. Razor Learning offers workshops, coaching and hands-on engagements to help businesses and public sector organizations make this transition.