Topics: Governance & Structure
The Business Unit L&D Manager is responsible for sourcing business unit (BU) specific training, partnering in the oversight of business unit program development, ensuring consistency between business unit processes and standards and those set by a central learning organization, and coordinating services with a shared services group. This position typically reports via a dual solid line to the centralized learning organization (Chief Learning Officer) and the business unit (Human Resources Director). Standard responsibilities and tasks for this position are listed in this document.
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