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Jerome Wargnier is the author and contributor of numerous publications on human capital development and new learning approaches.

L&D, the New Deal (available only in French)

Collective book directed by Michel Barabel, Olivier Meier, André Perret and Thierry Teboul – Dunod, 2019 (Contribution – The innovative role of corporate L&D)

The change generated by the law of September 5th, 2018 is far from insignificant. We were already talking about a paradigm shift in 2014 during the major training reform. Today, the title of the law is enough to show the extent of the transformation: “Law for the freedom to choose one’s professional future” or “Future Law”. The individual is no longer only an actor in his learning, but also in his professional future and the skills associated with it.

Effective Learning with 70:20:10 for the Extended Enterprise

Evaluating and Demonstrating the Value of Learning

Jerome Wargnier – CrossKnowledge, 2013

Is training a cost or an investment? The question might seem a little brutal, but it is asked more and more often at senior management meetings. The answer depends on us: on our ability to demonstrate how our budgets contribute to business performance.
The ambition of this white paper is to clarify the challenges of assessment for each stakeholder, to review the evaluation models available to us, and to see what impact changes in the world of training have had on assessment approaches. Its main aim is to share corporate best practices and to suggest practical ways of demonstrating the true value of our contribution.

Effective Learning with 70:20:10 for the Extended Enterprise

Charles Jennings & Jerome Wargnier – CrossKnowledge, 2011

The 70-20-10 model accredited to Lombardo & Eichinger (1996) suggests that lessons learned by successful and effective managers are roughly 70% from tough jobs, 20% from people (mostly the boss), and 10% from courses and reading. Although the theory is widely accepted to be accurate and is largely uncontested, learning and development professionals commonly struggle to find the right tools and strategies to apply the model within their organisation. This paper is the result of extensive consultation with L&D teams worldwide by Jerome Wargnier and Charles Jennings and brings to light all the different questions that training professionals have asked them in recent years.

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Corporate Universities: From Business-Driven Learning to a Learning-Driven Business

Bruno Dufour & Jerome Wargnier – CrossKnowledge, 2011

Deciding to set up a Corporate University can be a little like embarking on voyage over unfamiliar seas. In such a situation, it helps to know your precise point of departure, your heading and your ports of call. This White paper provides some useful navigation aids to assist on your Corporate University voyage.
Our aim is to provide some useful navigation aids to assist on your CU voyage. We will summarize the evolution of Corporate Universities, identify common themes and recent breakthroughs, and then highlight some key success factors.

Informal Learning - Let’s share what works!

Jerome Wargnier – CrossKnowledge, 2012

Is informal learning really a new trend? In practice, “on-the-job” training has always been a significant part of the educational process. The major change is the widespread use of new technologies and its impact on informal learning. We collected the perceptions of about 100 training professionals on the way they use informal learning in their organizations. We present this analysis here and share with you what works in social learning today.

More with Less – We must do more and better not to be condemned to do less