The U.S. Army invests thousands of dollars each year into education and growth of soldiers. With a keen eye on talent management and leader development, the U.S. Army created “broadening assignments” to expose leaders to various job opportunities and civilian education programs.
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- Nicola Barrett named Chief Corporate Learning Officer June 17, 2019ATLANTA — Business and higher education veteran Nicola Barrett has been named Chief Corporate Learning Officer (CCLO) at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School, effective July 15, Dean Erika James announced... Read more »
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- Goizueta IMPACT Showcase: Much more than just a day June 14, 2019On May 9 students gathered in Jenkins Courtyard for the 2019 Goizueta IMPACT Showcase Day award ceremony, awaiting the announcement of which team won Goizueta Gold.
- Emory Executive Education Launches LGBTQ Executive Leaders Forum June 12, 2019Emory Executive Education, in partnership with the LGBTQ Institute at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, will host a 4-day forum this summer designed for leaders in the LGBTQ business community.
- James: Business skill vital for success in all sectors June 12, 2019Dean Erika James sat down with the hosts of Yahoo! Finance "On the Move" to discuss the importance of business education in a changing economic landscape.