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Uzma S. Burki, Senior Vice President at HC Strategy, discusses global workforce trends, the emergence of talent centers, building blocks for the 2020 talent paradigm readiness: Macro & Micro Level View, and what you should be focused on.
Mark Fernandes, Chief Leadership Officer, Luck Companies, provides a thorough breakdown of Millennials as a generation and within the workplace.
Ketchum bet that an online 5 hour course could differentiate it from its competitors in the high pressure PR field. Breaking the old dualism of classroom vs. eLearning “Ketchum 2016: The Race to Make It Real” involved 1,900 colleagues in global groups of 33 each competing to bring the best ideas to help Ketchum win in the marketplace.
Casper Moerck at Siemens shares tips and tricks for lean process improvement within learning organizations. He compares traditional improvement projects with the Kaizen method, weighing the benefits of both. See what he concludes in this past presentation ...
Tom King, Chief Learning Technologist at Boeing Flight Services shares the key components, background, activities and observables required to become an entrepreneur within an organization.
Kevin Wilde presents a worksheet on the "Temptations of a High Potential employee" that includes the key challenges the do's and dont's and the opportunities of an exceptional worker.
Jack Wilson of Cisco Systems explains how Customer Experience combined with Learning and Development equate to the "Learner Experience," which offers four key principles: Aspirational Learner Experience, Personas, Learner Experience Touch Point Model and Learner Experience Measurement.
Maureen Winningham, CPLP, Global Learning - R&D and IT, at McAfee Connected Learning discusses the progression of the company's Massive Open Online Course structure - the why, the how, the who, the topics, the tracking and the future.
Corporate Learning Network and Ansrsource teamed up and surveyed learning and training leaders at corporations around the globe on how they measure knowledge investment. Take a look at Ansrsource's findings, ultimately confirming that critical thinking training is the greatest unmet need.
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By: Jeremy Hunter, PhD
By Marcia Conner & Tony Bingham
Take a look at the sample chapter from CLW's 2016 Keynote Marcia Conner's latest book: The New Social Learning. In this newly revised and updated edition of The New Social Learning, Tony Bingham and Marcia Conner dispel organizational myths and fears about social media.
The Power of Values-Based Leadership: Creating Sustainable Organizations by Igniting Human Potential
Speaker Interview of Mark Fernandes, Chief Leadership Officer of Luck Companies.
Hear from one of our featured speakers from Corporate Learning Network discuss his role and experiences as the Chief Leadership Officer at Luck Companies.
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2016: The Year of "Brain Science"
Exclusive interview with Josh Davis, Head of Research at the NeuroLeadership Institute
Presented by Grovo
This guide explains the method, philosophy, and business benefits of microlearning. The idea is simple: in an environment of information overload, small content is the only way to engage learners in the process of building successful behaviors.
The CUBIC Award for Learning Leader of the Year recognizes leaders who have played a strategic role in determining how learning is driven and integrated throughout the enterprise. These individuals have led teams that develop innovative programs, especially those that align L&D with corporate goals.
Deloitte realized that its system for evaluating the work of employees--and then training, promoting and paying them accordingly--was increasingly out of step with its objectives. The company then set about designing a radical new management system focused on fueling performance in the future rather than assessing it in the past, which the authors Marcus Buckingham and Ashley Goodall, a Corporate Learning Week speaker, describe in this article.
In this exclusive video interview, Brad Samargya, CLO of Ericsson discusses networked society learning. Watch this 11 minute video to learn:
- How Ericsson is working with IT to shift learning technology to close future skills gaps
- The impact of a networked society on both formal and informal corporate learning approaches
- The evolving role of the CLO through technology enabled employee collaboration and knowledge sharing
In today’s fast-changing world, the learning management system (LMS) has become mission critical to organizations that are trying to keep employees up-to-date on everything from the latest technologies and regulatory requirements, to industry certifications, best practices plus job-specific and leadership skills.
Still, given today’s economic climate, winning approval for an LMS can present a challenge. The key is to construct a business case that presents the LMS not as an IT expenditure but as a proven tool for achieving measurable ROI and attaining strategic business objectives.Here are 6 key elements to include in your business case to demonstrate the ROI on a SuccessFactors LMS, courtesy of SAP.
The CUBIC Award for Leadership Development Excellence recognizes L&D departments that have developed strong leadership programs designed to retain top performers, including a focus on mentorship, HiPo development and coaching.
The CUBIC Award for Corporate University of the Year recognizes a corporate university that has successfully launched or shown continued excellence at a strategic level, assisting its parent organization in achieving its mission. These teams have identified and supported the performance requirements of the business, and engaged business executives as partners in developing and executing programs. The L&D departments show evidence of best use of technology and creative problem solving with roadblocks.
Zappos is world renowned for its strong â€” and some times quirky â€” culture. As an e-tailer, it can be hard, however, to get employees tethered to their computers to interact face to face. As the leadership development program manager at Zappos IP, Rich Hazeltine is tasked with passing on the company's strong culture and values to leaders. We sat down with Rich to chat about how the company's recent growth and its promotion-from-within strategy affect leadership and training at Zappos.
Discover the impact of a networked society on both formal and informal leaning approaches and a roadmap of Ericsson's findings from the rise of the Networked Society and more!
CLW's event partner, Bacharach Leadership Group,explains how and why L&D strategy needs to shift in order to meet the ever-evolving needs of the business