John Delano received an invitation to write a blog post for Intrepid Learning this week. It is a three part series exploring the challenges and benefits of centralized and distributed training governance models. Here is an excerpt from part one of The Aging State of Training Governance Models:
“No matter how you cut it, traditonal training governance models fall into two basic categories, with some slight hybrid variations in between: centralized and distributed organizational structure.”
Centralized Training Governance:
The centralized governance model focuses responsibility on a large group of people in human resources or learning and development (L&D). The group defines learning outcomes without much collaboration with the intended audience or business units. They create content, operate and administer in person or virtual training, and they make all the decisions (sometimes with a leadership council and/or CLO).”
Read the full blog post here.