The most successful long-term investment approaches make the investment before the need is apparent.
Articles by Michael Echols
Organizational strength is grounded in tacit knowledge. Knowing who our leaders are as human beings helps motivate and align our organizations.
Some CFOs believe learning is a good investment and some donâ€™t. They need more data and analysis to make more productive investment decisions.
Measurement is repetitive, off-key music in the learning community.
As executive leaders we have a long way to go to fully contribute to our education challenges. We need learning innovations inside our firms â€” not magic solutions outside of them.
Learning in todayâ€™s companies is much like teaching someone to ride a bike. At the end of the day, the question isnâ€™t what resources you provided but rather whether they can perform the task at hand.
Effective social learning requires a culture of experimentation.
The conventional wisdom holds that metrics are essential to learning and development professionals. But metrics are not quite the center of the universe some would have you think they are.