AMI’s new report Training Talent provides fresh data on Africa’s talent gap and new insights into how effective workplace learning and development can transform organisations and equip a new generation of managers, entrepreneurs and professionals.
The report and summary were compiled by Jonathan Cook and Bronwen McConkey-Nwandu, with contributions from Rebecca Harrison, Klara Michal and Joan Kamau. We would like to acknowledge the kind contribution of the IHRM in Nairobi in advising us and facilitating the survey of Kenyan HR professionals in 2016.
You can download a full copy of the report here: www.africanmanagers.com/trainingtalent
We’ve also created some great resources to explain the key insights in the report and the ways we hope to use these insights as we go forward!
We have compiled a data-based story of the report as an infographic and as a visual brief that you can download here.
To see the experts discuss some of the highlights, key trends and insights from the report, please have a look at these short interviews with AMI’s executive team.
Rebecca Harrison, CEO & Co-Founder AMI | AMI’s CEO and Co-Founder, Rebecca Harrison, discusses the context of the Training Talent report and how AMI is assessing and adapting to management talent challenges across Africa.
Joan Kamau, General Manager of East Africa Region AMI | Joan discusses some of the findings of AMI’s recent management talent survey in Kenya, the impact on companies in the region and some of the initiatives AMI is working on to help fill these gaps.
Jonathan Cook, Executive Chairman & Co-Founder AMI | Jonathan describes the IHRM Survey and comprehensive research that underpins the Training Talent report and the importance of some of the key findings.
Klara Michal, Chief Learning Officer AMI | AMI’s Chief Learning Officer explains the broader landscape of Adult Learning and how the insights from Training Talent and AMI’s work in management development is delivering improved outcomes for managers and entrepreneurs.
Bronwen McConkey-Nwandu, Chief Product Officer AMI | Bronwen discusses some of the key trends in technology that are having an impact on management development and looks at insights from some of the highest performing companies.
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