Strategy and Management
A talent strategy shapes an organization and outlines the processes, goals and methods the organization needs to see a transformation in their talent management programs and corporate development in order to innovate into the future.
Is Language Training Worth It?
More employees find themselves working in foreign countries. Should companies be investing more in formal language training?
How to Get Line Leaders Involved With Learning
By engaging line managers and empowering them to become responsible for learning, companies can substantially increase transfer and impact.
Embrace the Startup Mindset
Integrating a startup mindset in a big corporation may get your employees to start innovating.
Don’t Overcomplicate Leadership Development
Elaborately designed program elements do not always improve an offering. To boost impact, make leadership development programs high on substance but low on complexity.
Make E-Learning Globally Competent
With budgets tightening and workforces becoming more diverse and dispersed, hereâ€™s how to develop global e-learning programs efficiently and on budget.
The Social C-Suite
If the C-suite increases its social media use internally and externally, it could be used as a tool to impact organizational competence.
Who Does Culture Change Rest On?
Promoting a vibrant corporate culture starts with front-line employees, as they have the greatest impact on customer satisfaction.
Should Leaders Communicate or Listen?
Some leaders are great communicators, while others are excellent listeners. Great leaders excel at both.
Learn From Failure
Learning leaders should not be scared of failure â€” they should embrace it. Not doing so could quell the potential for innovation and increased performance.
The Real Education Gap
Organizations need to address communication skills, critical thinking, collaboration and creativity or risk their survival in todayâ€™s business environment.
High Performance: Special Ops-Style
Teaching leaders to debrief can lead to higher performance, improved communication and better collaboration -- and give your organization a fighting chance.
From Required to Inspired: Education for 21st-Century Realities
Leaders and institutions that succeed going forward will not do so through 20th-century systems of coercion and motivation, but through new systems that place values at the center of an organizationâ€™s operations, leadership and culture.
Scenario Planning the Future
Itâ€™s important to keep a forward-thinking eye on business possibilities.
When You Don’t Want Employees to Agree
Harmony in the workplace is a good thing, but often conflict is needed to keep a team efficient and innovative.