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.
Is 2009 the Year of Web 2.0?
Everyone's talking about Web 2.0, but there's still reluctance when it comes to using online tools such as blogs, wikis and social networking sites.
Sun’s Collaborative Effort for Sales Training
Sun Sales University was born with a strategy that focused on three primary areas.
Learning in a Tough Economy
Economic downturns often present opportunities to make learning more effective.
The Training Industry in 2009: A Look Ahead
Chief Learning Officer magazine's Business Intelligence Board survey respondents view the coming year with guarded optimism.
Five Learning Trends for 2009
In 2009, we can expect many organizations to increase their use of e-learning to reduce classroom and travel costs.
The 2008 Learning In Practice Awards
In this special section, we recognize this year's Learning In Practice award winners.
Zions Bancorp.: Connecting the Dots
Todayâ€™s organizations are finding new approaches to saving time, money and headaches by using the integrated functionality of learning and performance management systems.
Resolutions for Corporate Learning in 2009
Here is our list of resolutions for senior-level executives wishing to maximize the impact of learning programs.
Training in the 21st Century: Everything Old Is New Again
Being forced to do more with less, today's learning leaders are finding new ways make learning and training more effective and efficient by designing programs that maximize value while minimizing cost.
Learning Opportunities Embedded in Social Networking
Organizations are beginning to realize the learning benefits of social networks.
The Future of Learning
To find out what we can expect in the corporate learning space, the editors of Chief Learning Officer magazine talked to some of the industry's leading voices.
New Investment Priorities Emerge in Technologies and Services
As organizations and their learning functions tighten their belts, they’re going to get much more selective about how they spend their money.
The ABCs of OD
Lucy Dinwiddie uses all she learned about teaching, manufacturing and OD to develop a cutting-edge, holistic approach to learning and development.
A Culture of Learning: Turning Values Into Actions
Creating a culture of learning begins with emphasizing the value of workforce development. Sustaining it means learner collaboration, and alignment of programs to key goals.
The Emperor’s New Clothes
Say you've finally arrived in the C-suite as a chief learning officer or vice president. Now that you are sitting at the big table, there are a few things you may wish to avoid.