A corporate university essentially can be designed to focus organizational resources in strategically developing human capital and is clearly linked to the strategic objectives of organizations for enhancing competitive advantage. Not all big companies have a corporate university, but some of them are considered as great corporations because of having a special venue for a range of premier training and development programs like a corporate university. This book provides some theoretical and empirical contributions which enrich academic literatures focusing on corporate universities. The examples written here are based on case studies in General Electric Company and Intel Corporation. Both are excellent as well as learning organizations which can be used as a ‘benchmarking' for other companies. The analysis should help shed some light on this exciting part of HRM atmosphere, and should be especially valuable to professionals and academicians in training and education program for keeping any individual ahead of the fast-paced technology industry.