Wharton publishes insightful interview with GE's Chief Learning Officer Susan Peters
The Knowledge @ Wharton newsletter has just published an interview with GE's Chief Learning Officer, Susan Peters. In the article Peters sets out some of the key structures that GE has created for its employee development process. The pulsating centre of the structure is, of course, Crotonville. Crotonville is GE's Corporate University based up the Hudson River from New York City - and was the first corporate university ever, created in 1956 and now officially called the John F. Welch Leadership Development Center at Crotonville after the legendary GE CEO Jack Welch.
She describes the four main steps that the development programs are built around:
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