AMD reflects on the integration of the Managers’ Leadership Experience (MLE) Program and Abilitie’s Enterprise Challenge to meet their leadership development needs for their mid to senior level leaders. On the heels of a successful turnaround led by AMD’s new CEO Lisa Su, AMD set its sights on finding a strategic way to invest in its people. The primary goal was to ensure that its leadership pipeline remained strong as AMD’s projected rapid growth loomed.
Nokia reflects on using the Adaptable Leader Program and its success with return on investment for their needs. Through the years of rapid and continual changes to their industry, both Nokia and one of its joint venture parents, NSN, had suffered years of sustained losses. In order to execute the high-stakes turnaround they would need to evolve their company, Nokia would need to make changes and fast.
GE integrated Abilitie’s Business Challenge simulation to bring their Human Resources Leadership Program (HRLP) to the virtual world. This newly enhanced program is now a finalist for the Brandon Hall Group’s 2020 Excellence Award for Human Capital Management.
Western Digital reflects on how Abilitie’s Executive Challenge™ provided the corporate leadership courses needed to cohesively assimilate executives from three formerly competing companies together in the face of their large-scale acquisitions.
Goodwin integrated Abilitie’s Business Challenge simulation and Fluent in Finance program to develop financial acumen in their newly hired associates. Goodwin, a leading global firm with over 1,000 lawyers, serves a demanding client base.
Liberty Mutual’s strategic aspirations required a continuous improvement mindset and a relentless customer focus. Managers needed to model these behaviors and manage their people in alignment with them. The “Managing @ Liberty Mutual” program was created to enable managers new to their role to manage their people and operations in ways consistent with these new values, principles, and expectations.