As someone responsible for providing training for Canada’s public service, you’re likely already aware of the ambitious new expectations set out in Beyond2020.
By thinking carefully about the realities of government procurement, you’ll be positioned to build your information technology (IT) teams’ competence and resilience with the best, most timely and most cost-efficient training available.
No matter how robust your team, it’s nearly impossible to meet every training demand for a large or growing company. Sometimes, outsourcing is your best bet. Download this guide today to help ensure your outsourcing partnership is a success.
If your organization is looking for training that is both effective and cost-efficient, consider private group training, which is about more than customized content. It also saves your organization from the hidden costs of generic, off-the-shelf training.
All but the very largest companies – and often even they – outsource at least some of their training function to outside providers. This e-book shares the perspectives of outsourcing experts.
Strategically deciding which training to outsource has a major impact on your effectiveness. One way to decide whether to outsource or keep the training process inside is to focus on two critical elements: portability and availability.
As a sales leader or sales enablement professional, it’s up to you to make the decision that will benefit your organization for years to come. Ensure that you’re making the right choice about a sales training provider by asking these five questions.
In this episode of “The Business of Learning,” Doug Harward, founder and CEO of Training Industry, discusses how to approach decisions about when to outsource and how to manage and develop requests for proposals (RFPs) for training products and...