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Avoid or Embrace Accountability?

Greater accountability will force you to plan and prepare better as well as remain focused.

Greater accountability for results will force you to plan and prepare better as well as remain focused on the end in mind.

The Future of Learning Careers

Shrinking learning departments reflect a changing role for learning.

There’s a shift happening in the learning field of fewer full-time learning and development employees delivering programs to their own staff.

Backing Up Feedback

Providing candid information leads to true learning and growth.

Feedback has become a bit of a buzzword in the business world today and for good reason. Providing candid information leads to true learning and growth.

The Two Sides of Servant Leadership

Combine visionary and operational thinking to generate results.

Ken Blanchard is chief spiritual officer of The Ken Blanchard Cos. When people hear the phrase servant leadership, they are often confused. They think you can’t lead and serve at the same time. But you can if you understand that servant leadership consists of two parts: A visionary or strategic role — the leadership aspect of servant leadership. An implementation…

The Rise of the Machines

Artificial intelligence allows us to personalize learning at a level that was fantasy just a few years ago.

Artificial intelligence and machine learning allow us to personalize learning at a level that was fantasy just a few years ago, writes blogger Kelly Palmer.

The End of Learning as We Know It?

Not so fast, says blogger David Vance. It takes a lot of effort to manage learning for results, none of which occurs in an employee-directed model.

Not so fast, says blogger David Vance. It takes a lot of effort to manage learning for results, none of which occurs in an employee-directed model.

Opinion: The LMS Isn’t Dead … Yet

The granddaddy of learning technology systems is showing its age. Better defining how it fits in the modern learning ecosystem will ensure it continues to play a valuable role.

The granddaddy of learning technology systems is showing its age. Better defining how it fits in the modern learning ecosystem will ensure it continues to play a valuable role.