Standardizing Global Training Processes

Each week Raytheon Professional Services (RPS) will highlight a trending issue with importance to the training industry. These observations are the product of ongoing conversations with customers, analysts and professionals within the business and training communities.

This week’s observation: The standardization of global training processes is a major initiative for companies who conduct business in different markets around the world. Chief learning leaders are trying to understand how training can: help drive sales on new technology and product releases; have an impact on brand perception and performance; and play a role in determining strategy for meeting regulatory and compliance schedules. Ultimately, there are still many questions about how to standardize global training processes and procedures while aligning with overall company vision and strategy.

Have an opinion on this week’s issue? Tell us about it in the comments below and/or converse with your peers in RPS’ Group page.

Rachael Bourque is a manager at RPS, responsible for global market research, analyst relations and business development. She has spent the past 15 years in the professional services B2B market, developing strategies for sales and growth in solutions-driven environments. Rachael is a Qualified Raytheon Six Sigma™ specialist and is based in Dallas, Texas.