The Learning In Practice Awards is pleased to announce the nominees whose employee development programs have achieved finalist status in the 2015 Awards competition.
Change requires soul searching, discipline and elimination.
Companies are to blame for the perpetual, pervasive skills gap. But changing recruitment strategies and investing in onboarding and ongoing training can help.
Baby boomers are less satisfied than any other generation in the workplace, but the right kinds of development could get them engaged again.
Learning leaders can provide employees with tools to develop financial management skills, so they can focus on making money, not owing it.
Imitation is indeed the sincerest form of flattery when it comes to learning leaders mimicking their line of busines peers' successs tactics to achieve operational excellence.
Apollo Education Group grows its business potential and shrinks its leadership’s gender gap through a blended learning approach.
As the athletic equipment company expands, Nike’s Andre Martin uses original, brand-focused learning to get employees functioning as well as the teams they outfit.
Assigning college credit for military training allows employers to take advantage of skills built on the battlefield, not in ivy-covered halls.
Here are three steps to integrate leadership and strategy into development programs.
These five elements can help create a clear route between employee development and performance and a company's mission, goals and success.
"Since the late nineties, all times have been uncertain times," writes blogger Ed Cohen. Flexibility and adapting quickly are the best tools a CLO can have to navigate them.
Microlearning enables alignment and engagement in a way that solves the C-suite’s greatest problems and makes it less likely learning will be cut when the belt tightens.
Take it from the 2015 LearningElite winner's CLO herself — a learning leader's development is never complete.
To become an industry leader, Deloitte created a comprehensive, hands-on learning delivery approach to develop strong individuals to push the company forward.
Building a learning culture is not easy, but it is necessary to close skills gaps and minimize the talent management woes that plague so many organizations.
At ADP, employee development is the foundation for the company’s business strategy.
The hotel company formed Hilton Worldwide University to bring learning and development to its employees at all levels.
Trina Shields uses her passion for helping others succeed to overcome budget constraints and low morale.
The coffee company announces that it will pay all four years of employees’ online college education.