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Commentary & Opinion
Doing nothing in the face of widespread change is the real risk.
It’s the key to developing a winning team.
How insight promotes growth.
Some responsibility for L&D has shifted from employer to worker.
It all starts from within.
You don’t have to travel the world to learn diversity’s value.
Long before virtual learning, stories of Indian mythology proved that anyone can learn anytime, anywhere, using any device. What is needed is the ignition of passion.
Learning is an investment that continues to deliver a return over time in ways that are often difficult to see on a balance sheet.
Organizations are failing their people by creating — and losing — an imaginary war for talent.
A common theme throughout the Association for Talent Development’s annual conference was leading for the future. Being a leader doesn’t always mean knowing the next step and exactly how to get there.
Iris Ware, chief learning officer for the city of Detroit, says it is time to rethink the boundaries of the CLO role.
Challenges for learning are among the greatest in the executive suite.
Expanding the 360-degree assessment process.
Predictions of success should be part of the evaluation mix.