October 22, 2015

Transforming Learning at BNY Mellon

Transforming Learning at BNY Mellon

BNY Mellon is focused on transforming learning and development to drive business results. Top development priorities include increasing manager effectiveness, fostering a strong risk culture and helping all BNY Mellon employees realize their career potential by providing business-relevant learning and development solutions.

In 2014, the company consolidated 24 separate learning organizations into a single, centralized learning and development center called BNY Mellon University (BKU). The core curriculum was streamlined from 9,000 offerings to 750 to focus on the delivery of key programs, reduce course durations in line with best practices and implement processes to ensure that learners do not repeat courses on topics they have already mastered. BNY Mellon delivered a total of 1,051,000 hours of training in 2014, an average of 21 hours per employee. The changes are leading to improved organizational alignment, operational efficiency and higher-quality learning solutions.

View the full BKU infographic to learn more about how BNY Mellon is delivering courses designed to continually enhance the knowledge, skills, careers and engagement of employees.