An in-depth research update to the 1999 Book, Running Training Like a Business, by Ed Trolley. CorpU went back to the marketplace and surveyed over 150 organizations to determine what has changed with regard to Running Training Like a Business and to see if organizations have adopted the model, who is doing it well, what are the beneifts and to update the key principles based on the industry in 2011.
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