How to meet the external training needs of learners outside of your organisation

Delivering learning to an extended enterprise can be complex and challenging, but the right external training strategy can play a major part in meeting business goals.

With today’s organisations operating as multi-layered global enterprises, the makeup of workforces and their training requirements are changing.

As well as exploring how to effectively support learners outside of an organisation, LEO Learning’s new ebook considers some of the challenges and opportunities this change creates for businesses.

The concept of the ‘extended enterprise’ surfaced during the 1990s, and it’s now used to describe companies that rely on a network of partner relationships.

These relationships may include suppliers, resellers, partners and customers. Each of these groups represent new audiences for organisational learning.

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