Winners were recognized during a special awards reception at the Fall 2019 CLO Symposium in Chicago.
- Listen: Parexel’s Greg Friedman shares how learning benefits from an organizational development spin October 8, 2019The vice president of HR at the Boston-based clinical researcher talks organizational development, strategy, culture and rethinking performance management. Read More
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.
Optimism among learning leaders about the growth and funding of their organization’s learning function continues to grow.
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.
Today, four major enterprise “learning pillars” exist in almost every company: IT skills, business skills, leadership skills and compliance. There’s never been a better time to erect a fifth pillar under your global learning program.
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 awards recognize learning leaders who have demonstrated excellence in the design and delivery of employee development programs during the past year. The winners, as well as the CLO of the Year, will be announced on Monday, October 14, at the Fall CLO Symposium in Chicago.
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.
Employee resource groups provide three key things, says Jomo Castro of AT&T — networking, an opportunity to showcase skills and learn new ones, and the chance to impact your community. At AT&T, a strong ERG community and employee networks have allowed the company’s employees to tackle local issues and lean in from a volunteer perspective.
We are in the midst of titanic shifts in how we buy and sell, how we manage our health, how we move from here to there, and how, what, where and why we learn. Strategic learning is about the why.
The industry veteran talks about what it takes to run a modern learning organization.