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PEER REVIEW JIM MITNICK spent his professional career supporting Turner Construction in its industry-leading position and providing the foundational knowledge that built some of the tallest buildings on Earth. KAREN KOCHER learned the healthcare and insurance business from the ground up, on a journey of discovery that took her from an eager 15-year-old to a learning executive reaching “somewhere upwards of 12 million” people. In the following pages, we'll introduce you to three learning leaders you should know. We'll also let them share in their own words some advice, inspiration and guidance to help you make an impact on your organization, the way they've impacted their’s. CHRISTINA CERNUCH checked into her position at La Quinta Inn & Suites reporting to both HR and Operations, and ended up with the holy grail of workforce development: The Seat at the Table. If you know of a learning executive who should be spotlighted and profiled in the Peer Review section, please let us know at Training Industry Quarterly, Spring 2008 / A Training Industry, Inc. ezine / 35

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Training Industry Quarterly - Spring 2008

Training Industry Quarterly - Spring 2008
At the Editor’s Desk
Winning Organizations Through People
Before You Buy…
Learning Technologies
Take Your ROI to Level 6
LCMS: A Critical Link to Learning Success
Establishing Best Practices for Learning Governance
Training’s Role in Continuous Improvement
Meet Jim Mitnick
Meet Karen Kocher
Meet Christina Cernuch
The Personal Side of Personnel Training
Closing Arguments

Training Industry Quarterly - Spring 2008