Articles by Brandon Hall
These days when anyone bangs the drum â€œBe innovative!â€ it sounds like a parent telling us to clean our room.
The power of big data will emerge as data sets mesh with financial systems and other enterprise business data.
Itâ€™s time to get on the mobile bandwagon. Mobile will be to todayâ€™s learning what e-learning was to the classroom.
Innovation and technology are mixing up traditional practices. Hiring companies are taking online degrees more seriously.
How can CLOs build new leaders when the competencies they will need in years to come are not yet known?
Leaders must continually seek new ideas, view the larger picture and explore other venues beyond the boundaries of their business.
The march of the new has turned into a stampede. For those who don’t recognize the value of new thinking in learning, kindly step aside.
Stories enhance learning outcomes and produce behavior change. A good story will nearly always increase audience attention, activate the learnerâ€™s mental processes and increase retention.
Learning leaders at firms across industries are ringing in 2012 with some big ideas, looking to fix old problems and open up new opportunities.