After 20 years in business, 70% of the company’s turnover now comes from abroad. To achieve such rapid growth, the company had to undergo a dramatic transformation without losing its core values or brand identity. How was this accomplished? By bringing its management practices into line with its corporate culture through standardization. To support this integration and launch, the company decided on a two-stage training program: first for managers and then for its general workforce.
Different formats for different challenges
As an international group that has offices around the world, how can you build on and share multiple initiatives and resources with colleagues wherever they may be? EGIS and CrossKnowledge came up with a simple solution: diversified, blended formats. By combining face-to-face training with e-learning sessions, EGIS was able to standardize their global training with the CrossKnowledge turnkey solution Path to Performance. According to Bonnard, “The turnkey programs address issues that all managers face. And the universal topics help in all professional situations.”
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