The end of GE’s Crotonville: What it says about L&D

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Few places in the business world were as iconic as GE’s learning center, commonly known as Crotonville. It was as much a symbol of a way to run corporations as it was a location. The company, however, announced this past month that it is now selling the location and, presumably with that, moving away from the need for what went on there. Is this the last nail in the coffin of the systematic development of business leaders?

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GE build its learning center in 1956 in the town of Ossing, N.Y., which at the time was better known

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