General Electric, Johnson &amp; Johnson and Dell topped the list of best companies for developing executive talent, according to a recent survey by Executive Development Associates Inc. (EDA). But other research indicates that even “best practice”
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As the pace of business grows faster and the stakes for learning organizations climb higher, there is more pressure to deliver results. CLOs must not overlook the fundamentals that help ensure success.
In this global and hyper-competitive knowledge economy, the real value of a chief learning officer is not his or her expertise in learning or leadership development or even technology—it is rather the ability to link such things to an overall enterprise-w
As the world’s largest home improvement retailer, The Home Depot is certainly no stranger to the concept of construction. The 1,504 Home Depot stores throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico (including the Expo Design Center brand) dai
A tale of three business leaders with one thing in common: First, there’s the chief learning officer, or similarly titled executive, in an organization’s learning division. CLOs work daily to develop, grow and maintain crucial skills. Then, there’s the human…
E-learning can deliver rapid time-to-market of new knowledge and skills and can be a key to successful, quick response to new realities. However, existing e-learning development business models have proven to be time-consuming. Several rationales are given as reasons for…