Smart businesspeople understand the value of risk.
Articles by Mike Prokopeak
There are disadvantages to a go-it-alone mentality.
To expand their influence in the organization, learning practitioners can take a page from the masters of getting a foot in the door: salespeople.
As executive director of the Mississippi Department of Employment Security, Tommye Dale Favre administers the state’s unemployment programs but also delivers workforce development initiatives to help job seekers get back on track.
Given the right tools, employees can effectively manage stress and boost productivity.
As more businesses take up Web 2.0 technologies like wikis, blogs and social networks, learning departments are exploring how these tools fit into an enterprisewide strategy for learning and development.
University of People aims to be the world’s first tuition-free online university.
Two recent airline accidents reveal how training is often the difference maker when it comes to emergency situations.
When the CEO of Agilent Technologies embarked on a dramatic business transformation, he partnered with Chief Learning Officer Teresa Roche to deliver the leadership skills and competencies needed to establish the company as a market leader.
An increasing number of leading academic institutions are offering free access to professors’ lectures and course content, part of the growing open educational resource movement.
The Obama administration continues to make workforce education a key plank of its economic recovery plans.
Sometimes the best response to a fast-moving situation is to stand still. But doing that when you’re the focus of the public eye can be difficult.
New ideas are born everyday but only the handful of ones that stick create lasting impact. By examining sticky ideas, CLOs can uncover patterns they can use to create transformative learning experiences.
Learning practitioners operate in a high stakes environment that requires them to rethink, retool and adjust programs and analysis to rapidly respond to changing needs.
The chairman of the ROI Institute opened the Spring 2009 Chief Learning Officer Symposium by sharing results from surveys of CEOs on metrics to measure the success of learning and development.
The first exposure each recruit has to the Air Force is through the Air Education and Training Command (AETC).