the model of the true learning organization. A few years ago, a new learning initiative came to aerospace giant Rockwell Collins. "Built to Learn" is the story of why it stayed. Once regarded as a change-averse organization, Rockwell could have been the poster child for old-fashioned corporate training: lackluster offerings in bland classroom setting, with little connection to the strategic goals of the organization. But in less than three years, Rockwell's training offerings had expanded by 400 percent, instruction was available 24/7 to more than 17,000 employees around the world, and training and development expenses had decreased by 23 million dollars. The process they followed was refreshingly simple. "Built to Learn" presents their ten-step approach in clear, accessible terms, explaining the reasoning behind each step, the way the step was implemented at Rockwell, and how the same step can be adapted and applied in any organization. Using the same steps, Rockwell reinvented its floundering training program and made it a strategic epicenter that has since been emulated at top companies worldwide. "Built to Learn" is the key to achieving that same results in any organization. Following the steps, you will learn how to define your core objectives, plan your strategy, select your vendor, build the business case, implement the plan, and leverage experience, feedback and new developments.