By Ichiro Kawasaki
KPMG Lakehouse, which promises to be a catalyst for innovation and enable KPMG’s 35,000 professionals to continuously learn, grow and develop, is now open in the Orlando community of Lake Nona.
During its first year of operation, KPMG expects to deliver more than one million hours of in-person professional development to 800 of its professionals each week at the 800,000-square-foot learning, development and innovation center.
“I’m excited about what KPMG Lakehouse represents for our people and the future of our firm,” said KPMG Chairman and CEO Lynne Doughtie. “The impact of Lakehouse will extend beyond the walls of the physical building and enhance how we work with each other, innovate and serve our clients, and protect the capital markets today and in the future.”
The $450 million facility includes the KPMG Lakehouse Ignition Center, where KPMG professionals will meet with clients and colleagues to explore potential disruptors, new business models, and breakthrough solutions.
Conveniently located near the Orlando International Airport, KPMG Lakehouse features:
KPMG has long been recognized as a premier learning organization. The firm has won awards for innovative programs, and has been inducted in the Training Magazine Top 10 Hall of Fame.
Drawing on advanced technology and a learning model that moves beyond classroom lectures, KPMG Lakehouse encourages interaction, collaboration and discovery. Mobile applications guide learners through each day and maximize the experience – helping with everything from registration, schedules, dining and exercise options, and connecting with fellow learners on site.
For additional information please contact Ichiro Kawasaki.
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