When centralized under a single global umbrella, learning can be standardized and made repeatable.
Articles by Deanna Hartley
The ability to leverage learning programs in culturally relevant contexts is key.
American Family Insurance turned to its education division to revamp internal training.
Managers and executives almost always opt for leadership development when asked what kind of coaching or training they would prefer, said Gary Cohen, president of Minnesota firm CO2 Partners, but people seldom seem to know exactly for what they are asking
When organizations look to make sweeping changes to their businesses, it should naturally follow that chief learning officers, the executives responsible for educating the workforce on these changes, would be involved in the process from the beginning. Ho
Today, chief learning officers must take a good, hard look at their organizations and ask, &quot;How does the performance of our executive leadership team impact the business’s bottom line?&quot;