offers core and job-specific courses to all its employees. Courses cover an array of topics from personal finances to management, to emotional intelligence.
“Google EDU is formalizing learning at the company in an entirely new way, relying on data analytics and other measures to ensure it is teaching employees what they need to know to keep profits humming,” wrote Joseph Walker in The Wall Street Journal.


At Hyatt — a dual member of Fortune’s 100 Best Places to Work and top 1000 — empathic listening is at the heart of the learning culture.  They created the “Changing the Conversation” training initiative to offer more every day opportunities for professional growth.  



Xerox: Xerox has ranked among the top 10 Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises "Communities of practice are fast becoming the most effective way to connect people who need knowledge with those who have it. They cultivate new and innovative ideas to guide important business decisions.”


Whole Foods puts its development dollars into building its leadership pipeline. Its Academy for Conscious Leadership is a four-day immersion course offering interactive presentations by both internal and external thought leaders.


IBM: Competitiveness, profitability and intellectual leadership are the keywords to explain the introduction of knowledge management at IBM. The focus IBM has placed on knowledge management stems from the growing requirements of the company’s services. Because the ability to learn faster than the competition is today’s only sustainable competitive advantage.