Technology investment plans show learning executives caught between legacy systems and the promise of future technology.
Learning programs too often lack critical impact objectives.
Assessing your organizational culture can diagnose potential breakdowns in people, purpose and structure and provide you with the right equation to deliver positive financial results.
The time is right to take steps to make your learning programs and budget recession-ready.
Too often, our approach to learning evaluation breaks down due to predictable mistakes. But with a few tips, we can get back on the road to high-performance learning.
According to a survey of Chief Learning Officer Business Intelligence Board, a majority of CLOs say their outlook for 2018 is more optimistic than 2017.
A recent study shows how severely productivity is impaired by poor information retention and how to leverage learning to help.
Show me the money. Monetize this. Turn it into dollars. Executives often use these expressions when presented with data where the value is unclear. Converting data to money is one way executives can understand problems and opportunities more clearly. If…
The simplest solutions are often the best.
Problems persist in the United States’ educational system, but it remains among the most efficient countries in maximizing the billions of dollars it invests in education each year.
Hope is not a strategy, luck is not a factor, and doing nothing is not an option.
It falls at a place perhaps different from what you might believe.
To better handle workplace stress, understand what’s creating it.
Feed it executive-friendly learning scorecards.
Learning programs must be grounded in business.
There needs to be a better way for instructional designers to build learning so that valuable data is consistent and available. Adaptive learning may be it.
Efforts to measure learning impact are seeing more support.
Adding the assessment can groom graduates for success.
Learning leaders need to measure programs’ effectiveness.
These reports can improve learning’s impact and credibility.