Training Magazine recently announced its 2010 Training “Top 125” (PWC was ranked #1 for the third year in a row).
This is always one of our favorite lists of the year – it’s one of the very few public sources of information on how much (some) specific organizations are spending on formal learning, so it’s always fascinating to go through the fine print on the new list each year.
Unfortunately, it looks like this will be the last “Top 125,” as Nielsen Business Media announced it’s shutting down Training Magazine and its companion website.
Employee training budgets are traditionally one of the first casualties of a depressed economy. Slashing employee training, while providing a certain amount of immediate financial relief, can have negative long-term consequences. A recent Training Magazine article explores ways that companies can effectively shift to e-learning, enabling them to reduce costs without sacrificing human capital development.