Advances in technology mean the future of learning will encompass more on-the-job training and collaborative experiences.
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Introducing surprise-based activities into the classroom can help learners retain knowledge and make for a more entertaining learning environment.
Apollo Education Group, home to the embattled University of Phoenix, was recently sold to a group of private investors for $1.1B. Given the image problems online schools like University of Phoenix are suffering, the move could indicate some positive changes are afoot.
Keeping a 360-degree view of what strategic learning is and how initiatives are built can make all the difference.
Chief learning officers need to shift their efforts from pushing out learning to enabling employees to easily acquire knowledge.
When organizational beliefs, values and norms are part of a company’s learning strategy, they’re sustainable for the long haul.
As chief financial officers’ roles change, a skills gap likely will create a financial leadership shortage. This will affect CLOs and future business models.
These skills should give talent managers the intelligence needed to create competitive advantage in the marketplace.
The Learning In Practice Awards is pleased to announce the nominees whose employee development programs have achieved finalist status in the 2015 Awards competition.
Change requires soul searching, discipline and elimination.
In an effort to benchmark and identify the world’s elite learning organizations, Chief Learning Officer magazine’s editors and its research division — Human Capital Media Advisory Group —established the LearningElite benchmarking program. The intent of the program is to provide the learning and development field a transparent benchmarking program that also recognizes the exceptional efforts of learning organizations across the globe.
Different leadership styles suggest that talent managers should refocus their development strategies.
The bad news: Employees in the middle of the moral road threaten your organization’s health. The good news: CLOs can use gamification to bring them to the ethical side.