Chiefs of Learning

Does your agency need--or already have--a Chief Learning Officer? The training policy people at the Office of Personnel Management would like to know.

OPM has begun a research project to find out whether the recent trend toward appointment of such officers in major U.S. corporations has succeeded in ensuring that the organization learns enough to stay up with customer demands in a fast-changing world--and whether government agencies could benefit by instituting a similar position.

If you're in a position to help with the research, call OPM's Kirke Harper at 703-312-7287.

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