In my last column, I discussed how every training department should establish itself as an investment, not an expense. Once this perspective is adopted, training programs need to align themselves with the organization’s best resources to guarantee success
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In tough times, the argument goes, leadership development is the first thing to cut. Maybe so for some organizations, but not necessarily for forward-looking companies. From the worst of times comes the best of times, and organizations with hopes of capit
Large organizations and small businesses alike invest in technology to streamline business processes, and they expect to get returns—increased productivity, better efficiency and so on—on their investments. But many companies fail to take their employees’
‘Enterprise’ Education Follow-UpI have further clarification of Paul Barsnica’s question in the Letters section of the May 2004 issue of Chief Learning Officer magazine. The term “enterprise learning” was actually coined at Bristol-Myers Squibb in 1999. We developed the term…