The GlobalCCU Awards
By recognizing the best, the GlobalCCU Awards
create new momentum for Corporate Universities
The GlobalCCU Awards recognize the very best Corporate Universities / Academies / Campuses / Learning & Development structures at the global scale that create strategic value for business, people, organizations and society.
Their ambitions and purpose
- Reward Corporate Universities which have performed at the highest level of excellence and have realized great advancements in and for the profession.
- Allow Corporate University Professionals to discover new practices from their peers around the world and from other cultures through a relevant and periodic global benchmarking to maximize their own performance within their organization.
- Help organizations to optimize the innovation and the governance of their Corporate University, while respecting the cultures of learning in which they operate by meaningful comparisons and new horizons.
- Participate actively in the branding of Corporate University winners, and consequently the Corporate Brand and the Employer Brand of their organization.
- Shape the future of the profession by positioning Corporate Universities as a strategic and operational lever to help implement business strategies, to embody the identity, the culture and the brand of the organization in all its internal and external stakeholders.
- Promote the important role played by Corporate Universities in Corporate social and environmental responsibilities of their organization.
The GlobalCCU Awards categories
- Best overall Corporate University
- Best impact of Corporate University on implementation of business strategies of the organization
- Best Corporate University embodying the identity, the culture and the brand of the organization in its stakeholders
- Best innovative Corporate University
- Best Corporate University leveraging Corporate Responsibility
The Advisory and Judging Committee
The GlobalCCU Awards were founded by Annick Renaud-Coulon, Chairman of GlobalCCU with the strong support of the Advisory and Judging Committee she constituted, composed of*:
Christian Standaert, ArcelorMittal (Luxemburg), Filippo Romanini, Barilla (Italy), Thierry Bonetto, Danone (France), Annette Thompson, Farmers Insurance (USA), Josée Ouellet, Groupe Desjardins (Canada), José Ángel Fernández Izard, formerly Gas Natural Fenosa (Spain), J.K. Suresh, Infosys (India), Sash Padayachee, Landmark Group (United Arab Emirates), Mark Allen, Pepperdine University (USA), Vikram Bector, Tata Motors (India), Jean Pfeifer, UBS (Switzerland), Chris Hardy, United States Department of Defense (USA) and Desiê Ribeiro, Vale (Brazil).
* By alphabetical order of their organization