There’s no doubt that we’re living in a truly revolutionary age of communication. Learning leaders certainly understand this: They can now deliver relevant, timely development programs cost-effectively and efficiently to a population of learners that numbers well into the thousands and is spread across multiple continents. We’ve been following these industry trends with great interest for some time now in the pages of Chief Learning Officer magazine.
Now, we’re getting into the game. We’re taking the conversation that happens on the pages of our magazine and expanding it to our Web site. The site now features the CLO-Network, in which readers can get together to discuss the latest trends and issues in workforce development. Join the conversation now by creating a profile, posting comments on articles, and listen to CLO-Radio, our new podcast service.!@!
And, as you’re reading this, you’ve probably guessed that we’re blogging, too. Our CLO editorial team will frequently discuss new developments in learning and business in this space, in ways that we can’t always do in our print magazine. I encourage you to check back here regularly to read about important and exciting issues in the field, and to contribute to the conversation. As always, please let me know what you think. Post your comments below!
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