Economic conditions continue to affect investments in learning, but minor changes are expected for 2011.
Articles by Cushing Anderson
While training outsourcing is on the decline overall, when it is being used, it’s in increasingly important areas.
The CLO’s blend of learning modalities continues to change course with organizational and economic needs.
CLOs’ ability to assist their organizations in surviving economic crisis corresponds with their ability to measure and demonstrate impact.
Talent management emerged from the recession relatively unscathed, and many CLOs see it as the way up and out of the economic downturn.
According to survey data, chief learning officers display guarded optimism for 2010.
Measuring the impact of learning and development on business results doesn’t need to be a daunting task. By asking a few key questions and tapping into existing metrics, we can demonstrate credible return on investment in learning initiatives.
With the right tools and focus, organizations can plot the progress and track the impact of leadership development programs.
A recent survey of chief learning executives reveals the impact of the recession on budgets and future investment plans.
As the economic recovery begins, many organizations will look to increase their investment in human capital. Learning and development will likely find itself on the front lines.
Whether companies are doing it or not, examining the outsourcing of training can provide a vital snapshot of where corporate learning and development are today.
CLOs are increasingly trying to apply the right delivery option for the content, audience and environment.
Measurement remains a significant challenge for learning executives.
Talent management strategies continue to be an important component of organizational success.
Chief Learning Officer magazine’s Business Intelligence Board survey respondents view the coming year with guarded optimism.
As organizations and their learning functions tighten their belts, they’re going to get much more selective about how they spend their money.