About Corporate Learning Network


Vision
To help learning executives supply the required knowledges that enable their organization's workforce to achieve continuous productivity improvement & purposeful innovation—the two key drivers of corporate wealth.

Mission
Corporate Learning Network aims to provide more than 20,000 senior level learning/training executives with content, live conferences, CLO Exchanges and online events that produce measurable business-driven results.


A Brief History of CLN and Corporate Learning Events

Back in 1993, IQPC created the first-ever conference on How to Launch & Manage a Corporate University. Eventually, that conference morphed into Corporate University Week, accompanied by a series of smaller conferences on specific learning topics e.g. Learning Analytics and Learning Spaces.

In 1998, IQPC purchased from Thompson Publishing a bi-monthly magazine known as the Corporate University Review (CUR). Almost immediately, the magazine was converted into a bimonthly 12-page newsletter to complement our associated learning function events.

Without doubt, CUR and our corresponding Corporate University Week/Summit conferences took the training world by storm.

We introduced topics never covered before such as:

  • Using strategy maps to align training with corporate goals…
  • Systematically abandoning unproductive and obsolete training programs and activities…
  • Why the best training measurements are business-driven & how to develop the right measurements through collaboration with business functions such as marketing, I/T and finance...
  • The need for organized continuous learning programs to ensure the worst performers learn from the best performers & using knowledge gained in one part of the world to gain competitive advantage in another…
  • And dozens of other topics

In 2011, IQPC changed the name of our Corporate University Week event to Corporate Learning Week & simultaneously launched a corresponding portal called Corporate Learning Network (CLN).

Once again, CLN pioneered many breakthrough topics/conferences related to subjects such as how to spend too much on training by spending too little… Drucker-inspired strategic planning for ITOs … how senior-level training can successfully use what’s known as the marketing concept to identify & provide needed training.

In addition to these topics & related events, IQPC hosts invitation-only CLO Exchanges.

These Exchanges bring together the world’s leading Heads of Learning and Development for a 2 ½ day, closed-door benchmarking environment. This allows for fruitful conversations to compare training strategies and tactics on a true peer-to-peer level.

Our CLO Exchanges offer a variety of unique learning styles and sessions, from which you can create a customized itinerary that best fits your current initiatives, priorities and future strategic objectives.

Where We’re Headed…

As always, every organization must constantly reinvent itself, refine its mission, and refocus on today's most compelling customer needs.

And that's precisely what we've done, with your help, to prepare today's learning executives and training specialists for today's rapidly arriving, disruptive future.

In reality, the questions never change. But the answers do. And we plan to search far and wide to get you those answers. Thankfully, our accumulated experience has taught us to ask the right questions.

Together CLN and our Corporate Learning events will help you develop both evolutionary and revolutionary knowledge-based workforce development paths.

Immediately Start Managing Your ITO For The Future

To get started, check out (1) Hey, Christine and (2) Training Myopia. These bedrock guideposts will show you what you can expect in terms of content in both our upcoming CLW 2020 & CLN.

Thanks for being a part of our ever-growing community. We always welcome your tips for improvement. Please reach out to Enquiry@CorporateLearningNetwork.com for any feedback/comments.

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Corporate Learning Network and its affiliated entities are not affiliated with, licensed or sponsored by, The Drucker 1996 Literary Works Trust, The Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito School of Management, or The Drucker Institute.