CLOs are perfectly positioned to drive innovation and growth in the modern economy.
Articles by Mike Prokopeak
If there’s one certainty, it’s that the future is uncertain. And though it can be terrifying, uncertainty presents a huge opportunity.
Tech savvy, analytics capability and mastery of political influence top the list of skills needed to thrive, says Chief Learning Officer Magazine’s head of research.
Storytelling is the path to continued self improvement and high performance.
The head of learning at the consulting firm talks about the limits of command and control leadership and how she approaches new challenges.
Lack of skills isn’t what holds people back. It’s what they don’t know about themselves.
The vice president of HR at the Boston-based clinical researcher talks organizational development, strategy, culture and rethinking performance management.
When shared, little details and stories can have an outsized impact. In the big picture, it’s the small details that matter most.
The chief human resources officer at Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen’s venture firm makes the case for optimism amid volatility and uncertainty.
The former head of learning at the Chicago-area financial services company says more context beats new rules when solving business problems.
The head of learning and talent at the Atlanta-based manufacturer argues for disrupting the status quo in talent development and in your career.
The head of HR for the Silicon Valley technology company says CLOs should craft targeted programs to onboard and develop freelance workers.
The Dallas-based learning executive shares how to navigate strategic learning debates and run an efficient and effective learning team.
The industry veteran talks about what it takes to run a modern learning organization.
Big shifts are an opportunity to do big things. As learning leaders, embrace the moment to do something epic.