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Accenture and Hemsley Fraser: Contract Extension – 2/19

Consulting firm Accenture and learning provider Hemsley Fraser recently decided to extend a mutual contract for four more years. The collaboration assists a global consumer goods client in reaching their leadership and management training goals.
 
The initial seven-year contract initiated in 2007 provided more consistent management development for the client, which makes and sells products under 400 brand names worldwide. Since then, the company has run more than 2,540 courses, in 24 languages, for 45,000 managers in 76 countries.
 
Hemsley Fraser’s subject-matter experts liaised with a range of client stakeholders to create bespoke training programs tailored to the specific business objectives and cultural and operational differences in each country. Twenty-three blended learning programs on management skills, including virtual instructor-led courses, have also been designed and delivered. The global average satisfaction rating for all programs, from participants and stakeholders, is 94 percent.
 
Accenture was appointed in 2006 to centralize the client’s HR sourcing and to create consistent methodologies and core processes in its worldwide HR development practices. Prior to this, around 650 different suppliers were providing management training to the client.

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