This is part II of the blog post I wrote earlier. Read Part-I of this post here: 10 Strategic Approaches Exhibited by Training Management Leaders that set them apart? PART I Strategic Approaches 6 to 10 Here are the remaining 5 traits of training management leaders which set them apart. Through extended research by conducting surveys and systematic analysis of profiles, CVs and career paths of several hundreds of leading training management leaders, several common patterns emerged. 6. Training leaders stay focused on integrating learning and knowledge management through training management The studies showed that the training managing leaders do not see training as a separate function within a company, rather they view training business unit as an integrating unit which connects the organizational learning and organizational knowledge as two interdependent functions. In several organizations, while there are several avenues of knowledge generation and capture, they use the training department is the … Continue reading
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