Leveraging the CN7 can position organizations for success in the global business environment by enhancing cultural awareness and work-style agility.
The CN7 includes a variety of new features and upgrades designed to be fully integrated and customizable within an organization, providing targeted learning for each user.
- Peer learning: Customized search options allow users to quickly connect and engage in effective dialogue with colleagues.
- Expert panel: Users can follow subject matter experts to keep updated with the latest postings and access to content.
- Access on-the-go: Optimized for smartphones and tablets with instant access to specific country guides that provide research on cultural norms and management practice.
- Assessment: The Cultural Orientations Indicator® identifies cultural preferences and how they impact the user's working relationships. User's assessments are now given in three easy to understand categories for rapid applicability.
"Cultural competence is vital for organizational alignment and engagement," said Ken Belanger, Global Business Leader for TMC. "Awareness-building, resource allocation and corporate-sponsored education of a globally-distributed workforce can greatly enhance an organization's success rate."
The sleek and easy-to-use customer interface with high-resolution graphics and insightful content positions CN7 as the premier cultural learning platform in the industry. Integrating the Cultural Navigator 7® into the suite of talent management tools, businesses prioritize and execute their global strategies to ultimately improve bottom line results.
About Training Management Corporation (TMC)
Training Management Corporation (TMC), a Berlitz Company - is headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey. TMC's mission is to help companies globally leverage differences and similarities for maximum performance to reduce risk, enhance innovation and effectiveness. The Cultural Navigator and The Cultural Orientations Indicator are Trademarks and/or the intellectual property of Training Management Corporation.