Assessment and Measurement
The performance of a business or talent team can be measured and evaluated based on the organization’s talent management programs, retention rates, industry innovations and its ability to adapt to change.
Best Practices in Learning Governance
Many organizations now view learning less as a cost center and more as a driver of enterprise value. With this shift in perception, enterprise-learning governance becomes more important and more strategic to an organization's ability to thrive.
Why Businesspeople Speak Like Idiots
If the terms &quot;internal action learning&quot; and &quot;a planful approach&quot; leave you baffled, you're not alone. The learning industry, possibly more so than other industries, needs to learn how to avoid jargon and
Learning Reality: Narrowing Education’s Mission
The human capital management cycle is the next major initiative organizations are taking to maintain and increase competitive advantage. The learning component of the cycle can be the most expensive, but it can also deliver the most impact.
Prudential Financial: Growing Money and Learning Efficiency
The Prudential Financial slogan, 'Growing and Protecting Your Wealth,' parallels the company's stance on learning. Prudential has created a learning and development strategy based on vendor partnerships and the formation of high-
Understanding Goal Alignment Models
Alignment: It’s the term that describes the continuous process of mobilizing enterprise resources to execute company objectives. For several years, organizations have grappled with how to align their most critical enterprise resource—the workforce. Thus f
Learning During Times of Growth
Growth can take place in many different ways, and CLOs need to be prepared to adapt to the organization's needs. Here's how learning executives at major companies have responded to various growth strategies for their companies.
Allstate’s Dave Groff: Ensuring Opportunities for Improvement
At Allstate, senior executives want evidence that learning provides measurable value. With more than 20 years of experience, CLO Dave Groff provides that ROI and ensures that learning is in good hands.
Corporate Universities: What Works and What Doesn’t
Strengthening their human capital is one of the top issues facing chief executive officers, according to a recent survey of 500 CEOs conducted by The Economist Intelligence unit. In fact, as one senior executive from a large financial services firm said,
Driving Greater Value From an LMS
Anyone who’s been involved in the planning, selection and implementation of a learning management system knows the feeling. They know the feeling of one day waking up and realizing that the LMS hasn’t delivered the anticipated returns that had been touted
Laying the Cornerstone: Alignment of Learning
The formula for success in learning and development is based on the careful execution of three relatively simple concepts: assessment, delivery and measurement. Assess the learner’s needs, deliver the content and measure to see if it had impact. With th
Report Shows LMS Market Growing Apace
If your company is one of the holdouts of joining the learning management system game, fear no more. You can now count your chips and play your hand with confidence. According to Josh Bersin, CEO of research and enterprise learning advisory firm Bersin &a
Trends and Tactics
We’ve recently been through another New Year celebration, and once again I’ve noticed the deceptively obvious: Unless there’s a major snowstorm overnight on Jan. 1, one year looks pretty much like the next.