By Rommin Adl
Bridging the gap between strategy and execution is a key challenge and priority for most organizations. Learning and development, when done right, can be a source of strategic differentiation and competitive advantage. In fact, corporations can drive performance improvements, strategic priorities and business impact by adopting Learning and Execution Journeys -- a series of engaging, high impact experiences that link learning to the company’s broader strategic objectives. In comparison with traditional corporate leadership development, the difference is profound. Relative to the impact of the typical approach, a Learning and Execution Journey achieved a 350% increase in training effectiveness.
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About the Author: Rommin Adl is an Executive Vice President at BTS.