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M&S co-created a course with one of FutureLearn's university partners
M&S co-created Innovation: the Key to Business Success with the University of Leeds. The course used case studies from the retailer's 140-year archive, to educate both employees and 12,000 learners around the world about creating an innovative company culture.
Irish Distillers invited employees to take an existing FutureLearn course
Irish Distillers invited 40 of their current and aspiring managers to take Henley Business School's course Managing People: Engaging Your Workforce. 80% completed the course and they were awarded their Statements of Participation by Irish Distiller's CEO.
Waterstones offers all FutureLearn courses to its booksellers
To ensure that its book shops are staffed by knowledgeable and passionate people, Waterstones provides opportunities for its booksellers to extend their knowledge at a time that's convenient for them. As part of this, the company encourages all staff to take FutureLearn courses.
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