KPMG rises to No. 5 on Chief Learning Officer magazine’s Learning Elite list

By Candace Rivera

KPMG has been ranked No. 5 on Chief Learning Officer magazine’s Learning Elite list, which ranks the top companies for learning and development. For seven consecutive years, KPMG has placed among the top tier of the Learning Elite.

KPMG was honored for having a compelling vision for the future of learning including its $450 million learning, development and innovation center – called KPMG Lakehouse – scheduled to open in January 2020. KPMG also was singled out as the Editor's Choice for Learning Impact for rigor in measuring the benefits of learning initiatives for the firm and our people.

Corey Munoz on why it matters

“We are honored to be among the top 5 companies this year, our best ranking ever on the Learning Elite list,” said KPMG’s Chief Learning Officer Corey Munoz. “KPMG’s rise is no accident. We have a bold learning and professional development strategy, which includes our investment in KPMG Lakehouse in Lake Nona, Florida, and ongoing efforts to make it more engaging, more personalized, more intuitive, and more impactful.”

A place to be inspired, recharge, reconnect and refocus on new challenges and opportunities, KPMG Lakehouse is the cornerstone of a strategic learning transformation at the firm. The Lakehouse is designed to ensure it will attract and retain the best talent, equip its professionals to help clients meet the challenges of a dynamic marketplace, and support innovation throughout the firm, while reinforcing KPMG’s rich culture.

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