The concept of the corporate university has changed significantly since it first appeared in the mid-20th century.
Corporate universities were originally introduced as a response to traditional academic institutions that were failing to adapt to the rapidly changing business environment. Increasing specialisation, the growing complexity of product development and the emergence of new professional profiles all required a new approach to business education.
In this article published in The Evolllution, Didina González, Associate Director of Learning Innovation and Impact at FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance, considers ways to understand and contextualise the corporate university.
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