Commentary & Opinion

  1. The U.S. and China can learn from each otherOur countries have much to learn about learning from each other, while honoring our different cultures, governments, privacy expectations and learning traditions. ...
  2. Training for an unnatural disasterDespite the success of our active shooter drill, I still carry with me an apprehension that I’m not safe at work. ...
  3. Talk management, not measurementDavid Vance, executive director of the Center for Talent Reporting, says we need to change the conversation around funding measurement. ...
  4. Diversity and leadership development go hand in handOrganizations looking at changing and improving leadership development should be including diverse individuals in the process and developing leaders who are consciously inclusive. ...
  5. What should be the employer’s role in tackling student loan debt?Some companies, in partnership with universities, four-year and two-year colleges, and trade schools, are taking a different role to help their employees pay off student… ...
  6. Student debt is an impediment to lifelong learningEmployees are clamoring for help with student debt, but just 4 percent of companies currently offer student loan assistance. ...
  7. Standing still is no longer an optionWith new emerging design methodologies, technologies and learners, workflow learning is the brave new frontier. ...
  8. One generation’s learner is the next generation’s teacherThere is value in reflecting on the people and experiences that have shaped and informed our approach to our vocation. ...
  9. Posted in: StrategyLearning leaders must let go of the past and set our visions to the futureWe are in the midst of titanic shifts in how we buy and sell, how we manage our health, how we move from here to… ...
  10. Ken Blanchard is chief spiritual officer of The Ken Blanchard Cos. and co-author of "Servant Leadership in Action." Leading the 4 Stages of Team DevelopmentTeams are the engine to productivity. ...