An off-the-shelf solution is not a solution.

Last year alone, companies spent $8 billion dollars on outside training products and services

  • On average, companies invested $700 per learner.  
  • Much of that spend went toward purchase of the intellectual property rights to static learning models
  • These were learning models that have been sold to hundreds of other companies as the “answer to their employee performance problem.”  

Is this spending on IP, which has gone unabated for fifty years, a good use of training money? At JMReid Group we believe the answer is a resounding, “NO!”