CUX

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CUXCorporate University Xchange (provides education research, benchmarking and advisory services to corporate America)
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The Defense Acquisition University (DAU) received three awards at the 5th Annual Corporate University Xchange (CUX) Award ceremony held at the Harvard Business School in Boston, Mass., on Dec.
The Defense Acquisition University (DAU) received three awards at the fifth Annual Corporate University Xchange Excellence Awardsr ceremony.
According to Corporate University Xchange, more than 62% of corporate universities have alliances with colleges, and by 2003, this is expected to increase to 85% So the opportunities for partnerships are there." A corporate university is run by the corporation to fulfill its own continuing education needs and may, like Motorola University, have physical campuses around the world while others, like Dell University, have gone entirely virtual.
The desire to use the Internet to support tertiary study has raised questions about the approach of universities, who are being forced to reconsider their traditional pedagogical teaching models against the andragogical learning models used in corporate training and education (University of Illinois, 1999; Corporate University Xchange, 1999; Jonassen et al, 1999).
Saba learning providers include Achieve Global (NYSE: TMC), Allen Communication (NYSE: TMC), Bell Canada Enterprises Media (NYSE: BCE), Centra (NASDAQ: CTRA), Corporate University Xchange, DigitalThink, Eloquent (NASDAQ: ELOQ), ExecuTrain, headlight.com, IBM Catapult (NYSE: IBM), LearningByte, LearnLinc, Interwise, NETg (NYSE: H), ONE TOUCH Systems, PRIMEDIA Workplace Learning (NYSE: PRM), PROVANT (NASDAQ: POVT), SkillSoft (NASDAQ: SKIL), Thomson Learning Course Technology, TrainingNet, and Xebec McGraw-Hill (NYSE: MHP).
Meister is president of Corporate University Xchange, Inc., a New York City-based consulting firm that assists organizations to establish and maintain a corporate learning infrastructure through consulting engagements, research, events and a variety of media.
"The real threat to traditional universities is their complacency," says Adam Eisenstat, director of research and communications at Corporate University Xchange, a New York-based corporate education counsulting firm.
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