Career Development International: Volume 3 Issue 5


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Lifelong learning at the corporate university

Robert M. Fulmer, Philip A. Gibbs

Organizations have been seeking new ways to satisfy the requirement for continuous learning. It is argued that a blend of on‐the‐job education, skill development and action…


Teaching to learn and learning to teach: notes toward building a university in a management consulting firm

Mark David Nevins

The shape and makeup of a corporate university in a management consulting firm remains a vexed question: what should it look like, and what should it do, to develop its…


Distance learning in a changing environment at Lucent Technologies

WIlliam L. Harrod, Laurel A. Townsend

Since separating from the AT&T Corporation in 1996, Lucent Technologies, Inc. has become one of the world’s leading designers, developers and manufacturers of communications…


Corporate universities: a viewpoint on the challenges and best practices

Maria Arnone

With a trend of significant growth and continued corporate enthusiasm, corporate universities have reached a high level of acceptance and face a new set of challenges. Factors…


Corporate universities of the future

Stephen A. Stumpf

Corporate universities, like other lines of business within an enterprise, have customers and other stakeholders whose wants need to be satisfied. They operate in an environment…

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