Instead of asking what the dollar return is, CLOs should explain how their offerings stay relevant to the business.
Articles by Deanna Hartley
GE Energy has positioned itself to capitalize on the economic resurgence by leveraging leadership development opportunities to empower its workforce.
Bite-sized learning can round out an organization’s overall strategy by enabling cost-effective peer-to-peer knowledge sharing across the enterprise. Despite what skeptics say, it’s here to stay.
JoAnn Shaw, vice president and CLO at BJC HealthCare, battled illness and naysayers, to empower employees through learning.
When Cisco Systems named its first-ever chief learning officer 10 months ago, the IT giant went with a company and industry veteran, with the intention of accelerating learning with a steady hand on the throttle. And now he is on a mission to make learnin
As technology and business processes continue to evolve, IBM’s Ted Hoff keeps the tech conglomerate at the forefront of innovation by investing in time and resources to enable employees to stay ahead of the curve.
In these uncertain times, organizations are increasingly focused on improving productivity and efficiency and on protecting the bottom line.
Robert Gimbl, former CLO at Citi, discusses the challenges facing learning practitioners in the financial sector and how Citi delivered value by creating an internal talent pipeline.
The CLO of the congressional watchdog discusses stimulus spending and the opportunities for learning leaders to remake and reinvest.
Ensuring that cost-benefit analysis is an ongoing process.
Whether itâ€™s cost-based analysis (CBA) or ROI, todayâ€™s learning leaders need to have the tools and methods to make informed decisions.
Dan Heath, author of Made to Stick, shares ideas on how to create memorable learning experiences that deliver lasting results.