The software company’s learning leader Jenny Dearborn saves the day with a business-focused approach that incorporates metrics and culture to engage learners across the company.
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Kippen consolidated and centralized the hotel company's global learning function by launching Hilton Worldwide University.
Fun’s effect on learning doesn’t fade with age. Learning leaders can use exploration and socialization to their advantage by taking employees back to play school.
McDonald’s Corp.’s Archways to Opportunity learning strategy enables employees to apply what they’ve learned on the job to earn high school and college degrees. McDonald’s Corp.’s Archways to Opportunity learning strategy enables employees to apply what they’ve learned on the job to earn high school and college degrees.
Forget about unreproducible research — you could be falling under the spell of common sense dressed up as brain science.
Employees can share knowledge more rapidly and widely than ever before, which means learning leaders have a new challenge ahead — letting go.
Keep learners on task by letting them disconnect.
Forget the studies that say our brains stop growing. New research shows that getting older can’t keep a good mind down.
‘I’ll do it tomorrow.’ It’s an age-old phrase that kills productivity and performance but can be conquered with the right motivation approach.
Doing nothing does a lot for the brain — and in author J.K. Rowling’s case, the bank account.
Adventure-based learning development programs ensure participants come for the experience, and leave with performance-affecting lessons.
Deloitte brings psychologists into its development offerings to get inside future leaders’ heads.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Inc. revs the engine on college tuition programs by offering 118,000 dealership employees tuition up front.
President Obama will open the college financial aid process three months earlier. Here’s what that could mean for learning leaders.
Want better leaders? Create resonance in executives and managers. Editor and resident nerd Kate Everson will tell you how.