"80% of training budgets are wasted", says Tony Hughes, CEO of Huthwaite International

The issue of how best to utilise learning and development tools has been a topic of much debate recently, so much so that the discussion has finally reached the Boardroom. 

With more and more Boards opting out of the traditional method of 'classroom style' learning and promoting self-service techniques, Tony Hughes, Chief Executive of Huthwaite International, tells Executive Grapevine why he believes executives are throwing their development budgets down the drain.

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Comments (1)

  • Guest
    Fri, 18 Dec 2015 10:08am GMT
    Training takes a long term commitment and involvement from senior leadership. In my experience, the breakdown was being short term orientated and not understanding this is along term investment and giving up on it too quickly or moving to something else.

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