Research found that training impact on business performance and growth is quite huge. Of particular note are key skills that are drivers of accelerated growth and optimized performance.
Ecosystems thinking is a mental model that borrows from the biological metaphor of “ecosystems”. British botanist, Arthur Tansley coined the term in a 1930s publication. The term has now found currency in business parlance. James Moore first applied it to business in his articles in the Harvard Business Review.
What’s in a name?” To Juliet, in Romeo and Juliet, “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet” Or would it be different? When it comes to branding, they may be more to a name, and a rose by any name may not smell as one!
While most businesses are now acknowledging the benefits of Training and Development to business performance, the attitude shift is yet to reflect in bigger budgetary allocations to Training and Development. As our contribution to this shift we present the business case for training and skills development.