Thinkers and Doers: The Practical Drucker

How Drucker-like ideas are being put into action

Earlier this year, Wal-Mart announced a plan to partner with American Public University to provide employees with advanced education opportunities. Under the plan employees can receive course credit, equivalent to as much as 45% of what it takes to earn a degree, for Wal-Mart training and “on-the-job-learning.” This is one of a number of arrangements between employers and educators to help prepare learners for the job market and provide workers with access to advanced degrees.

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