While the nationâ€™s graduation rate has increased to the highest level of high school completion in more than two decades, whether or not learning has improved is questionable.
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The National Center for Education Statistics reports that over the past decade more than 500 institutions of higher education have closed their doors. During this same time, corporate universities have grown fivefold, to more than 2,000, compared with 3,6
A recent study conducted by the human capital practice at Deloitte &amp; Touche in the United Kingdom made an interesting conclusion: There is much confusion about what to measure and monitor in the human capital arena. This comes as no surprise t
Certification programs exist in many disciplines, from car mechanics to airline pilots, from accountants to nurses. But in few industries is certification so heavily relied upon as it is for Information Technology (IT) professionals. For these technologic
Since its beginnings in 1920 when Arthur Pitney and Walter Bowes invented the postage meter, Pitney Bowes has evolved into a $4.1 billion global provider of integrated mail and document management solutions. It’s hard to believe that a company whose produ
What’s the one trend that has continued to dominate chief learning officers’ mind share? Experiential learning. This type of learning is directly linked to a company’s top strategic business priorities. There are three reasons why interest in experiential learning has…
The lean enterprise system is primarily thought of as a process designed to improve manufacturing practices. Although this is unquestionably true, it also can benefit employee learning and development programs. Find out how you can make learn principles w