There’s a golden opportunity for CLOs to insert themselves into education policy. A young person can no longer acquire a skill and fashion a lifelong career out of it.
Commentary & Opinion
Microlearning: What’s Old Is New Again
Let's have a talk about new methodologies before we introduce yet another approach.
Let’s have a talk about new methodologies like microlearning before we introduce yet another approach to our learners.
10 Steps to Help You Lead Organizational Change
Change is good. It is not, however, always easy to achieve. But there are research-based steps that can make change happen in a sustainable way and have a marked impact on your business.
Remind yourself of the basics and remain open to the new.
What Language Do You Speak?
We need to talk in terms of key performance indicators not completion rates.
Learn business’ language or your leaders will find someone who will.
Listen to Learners’ Needs, Not What They Say
Success will come from research, collaboration and listening.
Do you know what your learners really want?
In Case of Brand Crisis, Call Learning
In today’s hyperconnected, always-on and wildly critical culture, learning and development plays a crucial role in helping companies thrive under pressure.
Learning and development shouldn’t be underestimated for its protective quality.
CFO, Friend or Foe?
Involve CFOs. Bring them into projects, address the challenges and evaluate with them.
Learning and finance should not be at odds.
A CLO at 50
Experience cannot be accelerated as much as it can be planned and learned from.
When you hit a milestone, reflection can be a good thing.
Better Is the Enemy of Best
The paradox is that as we want and get more money, better services and increased luxuries, the quality of our life doesn’t increase.
Better is a criticism. Best is an encouragement.
There’s Nothing Wrong with Not Being a Leader
Colleges can help businesses by encouraging existing and prospective students to aspire to a better kind of leadership — followership.
Schools and businesses need leaders; they also need people who are team-players.