New technology such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality and virtual reality are informing talent management leaders as they forecast and implement trends in the industry now and into the future.
Building the Case for Education Investment
CLOs know that learning is imperative to success with enterprise software rollouts, but how do you justify your case to the other leaders of your organization? With PeopleSoft’s help, learning executives can not only build the case to justify investments
Making Sense of Human Capital Economics
For years HR professionals have struggled to bring economic rigor to measurement and decisions about people development and management. One familiar measure has been return on investment (ROI), for example, ROI of training. But like many such metrics, ROI
Cliff Purington: Education Blasts Off at Rockwell Collins
Spend a few minutes with Cliff Purington, director of learning and development for Rockwell Collins, and you’ll meet a different kind of chief learning officer. Purington’s got the right pedigree—reared in organizational development—and demonstrable talen
Deb Capolarello: Managing Culture Change at MetLife
With a career history that includes multiple cross-functional roles, Deb Capolarello, senior vice president and chief learning officer for MetLife, knows the value of varied experience.
Elevating Performance Management
As companies struggle with the many realities of today's business world, business leaders are finding a need to shift their strategies in order to stay competitive.
E-Learning in the Government Market
Public- and private-sector organizations have much to learn from each other when it comes to learning management strategies. While public-sector organizations have embraced automation of training and competencies much faster than private-sector companies,
Outsourcing Enterprise Learning
The business process outsourcing (BPO) market has been a reality for decades. Many of the core functions of a corporation, such as information technology, retirement and payroll processing, have been outsourced. Now, the issue on the minds of chief learni
Accenture: Nearly Half of Middle Managers Seek New Jobs
According to a new survey released by Accenture, nearly half of middle managers in the United States are either looking or plan to look for another job.
Learning Leaders Collaborate Through LearnShare
Chief learning officers and other learning leaders know the value of sharing knowledge and best practices—it’s a large part of what they enable their organizations to do.
Xerox Global Services Drives Quality With Six Sigma
Corporate learning serves the organization best when it ties in with company-wide goals and initiatives.
American Standard: Tracking the Bottom-Line Impact
American Standard may be best known for its white porcelain toilets, but the Piscataway, N.J.-based corporation encompasses far more. In fact, plumbing products account for barely a quarter of the annual revenues of American Standard Cos., an organization
Cathay Pacific Airways: Taking Off With E-Learning
Cathay Pacific Airways was founded in 1946 and since then has grown its business to encompass nearly 50 destinations in 29 countries. When Cathay Pacific Airways invested more than $250 million in e-business, a part of that change in the company’s strateg
Integrating World-Class Learning and Development Practices
Leaders in business, government and nonprofit sectors face the constant challenge of cutting costs, improving customer satisfaction and productivity and retaining the talent to run their organizations successfully. These challenges make it critical for le