Bird reorganises Pearson as Bristow leaves

Bird reorganises Pearson as Bristow leaves

Pearson has unveiled a new strategy which will see the publisher reorganised into five new business divisions, while Rod Bristow, president of Global Online Learning, leaves the company.

The publisher has also announced its intention to occupy "significantly" smaller office spaces in the future.

The strategy, unveiled by new c.e.o. Andy Bird as Pearson announced its 2020 results, confirming the 10% revenue fall it revealed earlier this year, will see the company reorganised into five business divisions — Virtual Learning, Higher Education, English Language Learning, Workforce Skills, and ...

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