This case overviews the significant redesign of the flagship leadership programs at GE’s world-renowned corporate university (Crotonville). The trigger for the redesign was the shift in GE’s strategy – to become the dominant digital industry company. The case reviews the key design decisions for the three executive leadership programs – EDC, BMC and MDC.
The key learning objective is to examine the “fit” of how to design learning programs to “fit” the strategy of the firm.
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